Huron Valley Lutheran Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 6 - 9 - 1
  • Conference Record: 2 - 6 - 1

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Thursday, September 13: Soccer/Volleyball Recap

Volleyball: HVL 3 – Livingston Christian 0 The HVL Varsity volleyball team won their third straight match, defeating Livingston Christian in three straight sets(25-22, 25-21, 25-19). The Hawks were relentless with their effort and determination in all three sets, but especially the first and third sets as they fell behind early in each one before

Offensive Outburst Spurs Hawks to Third Straight Victory

Friday, September 7: HVL 2 – Taylor Prep 1 The Hawks emerged victorious in a tightly contested contest at Taylor Preparatory 2-1.  Scoring the goals for the Hawks were Angel Aguilar and Logan Schliewe. Tuesday, September 11: HVL 9 – Parkway Christian 3 The Hawks offense was clicking on all cylinders Tuesday, putting 9 shots

Soccer Splits First Two Games of the Season

The soccer season has begun! The Hawks split their first two games of the season, falling to Roeper 6-2 and defeating Livingston Christian 8-0. Roeper 6 – HVL 2 Thirty minutes into the first half, the Hawks trailed 1-0, but Roeper managed to rattle off three quick goals to take a 4-0 lead into halftime.

Soccer Defeats Parkway 6-4

After netting only one goal in their first three games, the Hawks were firing on all cylinders on the offensive end scoring six times to defeat Parkway on the road 6-4.  Neither wind nor rain could stop the flurry of shots that found the back of both nets in the first half with Hawks leading at

Hawks Drop Soccer Opener to Roeper

HVL opened their soccer season on the road against a MIAC Blue Division opponent.  Not backing down from their upper division counterpart, the Hawks played a great first half and were only down 2-1 on the back of a Zac Ott goal and a stingy defense anchored by freshman goalie Matthew Neilson.  Roeper found the

Boys Soccer Season Ends for the Young Hawks

The boys’ soccer season came to an end on Tuesday with a loss to Southfield Christian in the MHSAA district tournament.  The Hawks which consisted of 9 freshman, 4 sophomores, 4 juniors, and 3 seniors become very optimistic about their chances next season.  While team chemistry this year was enjoyable, the underclassman thanked the seniors for


The Hawks soccer team was unable to hold off a four goal surge by the visiting Franklin Road Warriors in the second half.  The Warriors were in the lead 2-1 at halftime but the Hawks carried the momentum going into the half scoring their lone goal of the game at the 35 minute mark.  The Warriors