For the Wolves of HAC, Friday night was a night for hope as they squared off against the Byron-Bergin Bees. The game played at Caledonia-Mumford High School started off in dry conditions, however the game quickly become a rainy nightmare.
It was a cold, wet night throughout Section V, but that didn’t stop two local girls soccer teams from taking home sectional championship hardware. @BBathleticpride @wcstigernation @secvgirlssoccer @sectionvgsoccer #SectionV #NYSPHSAA https://t.co/989cuwqKdJ via @batavia_daily
— alex brasky (@alexbrasky) October 30, 2021
HAC struggled to keep up with the rain and the Bees, as Byron-Bergin came away with a 5-1 victory on Friday night. The Bees will face off with the winners of the Class C1 title in the state qualifier round on Tuesday night. HAC finishes the 2021 season 15-4-1 overall, and a record of 10-3-1 in the Finger Lakes West.
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