CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. ---- The Huntingdon men’s soccer team recorded its first victory and shutout of the young season with a 4-0 road victory over Tennessee Temple Wednesday afternoon.
With the win, the Hawks improve to 1-2-1 on the season.
Huntingdon started the scoring early when junior Louis Hines initial shot was blocked, but Hines followed the shot up with a rebound and kick for the goal within the first five minutes of action.
The Hawks extended their lead to a pair when sophomore Stacy Terry scored off of an assist from junior Dallas Thomas in the 30th minute of the contest.
Freshman Tyler Woods scored his first career goal as a Hawk in the 41st minute of the game, off of a break away from the halfway line extending the lead 3-0 into the half.
After the half, freshman Hunter Howell scored the fourth goal of the game in the 85th minute, with a shot over the top of the goalkeeper and freshman Kevin Whorton gets credited with the assist.
Junior Jordan Osborne made two saves in 85 minutes of play in the contest, as freshman Nicholas Berryman came in for the last five minutes to keep a clean sheet and secure the Hawks first win and shutout of the season.
The Hawks will return to action on Saturday, Sept. 18, when they travel to Atlanta, Ga. to take on Oglethorpe. The match with the Stormy Petrels is scheduled to begin at 12 p.m.