Evan Throckmorton past the goalkeeper, giving his team the lead 1-0. Just minutes later, Throckmorton would strike again on a breakaway past three Senator defenders, keeping the shot on the ground and fooling the goalkeeper to find the net, extending their lead 2-0.
Throckmorton would continue his dominant performance as he would complete the hat trick with 23 minutes left in the first half off a steal and quick crossover shot towards the goal giving his team the 3-0 lead.
Senior Chase McClay would follow Throckmorton’s lead in the 19th minute as he would
find the back of the net himself on a shot from fifteen yards out. Within the same minute, McClay scored again for his second goal of the game, giving the Mohawks a 5-0 advantage before the half.
The second half would begin at slow pace until fifteen minutes in when Mohawk sophomore Eli Dunn would join his teams scoring outburst with a fifteen yard laser shot to extend theie lead to 6-0. The scoring wouldn’t stop there for Throckmorton and Northwest. With ten minutes left in the match, Evan outran two defenders and created an open shot that he would easily put away to go ahead 7-0. Just five minutes later, who else but Evan Throckmorton to finish the game off with his 6th goal off of a steal and shot finding the back of the net, giving his team the victory over the Senators, 8-0.
The Northwest Mohawks boys’ and girls’ soccer teams will continue their season with another
double header at home next Tuesday against the Waverly Tigers.
Portsmouth Daily Times