May 8, 2014 Edition

Hutek scores five goals as Bucks dismantle Bobcats

Photo by Thomas Reznich


FIRST OF FIVE (Above, right to left) Roscommon’s Logan Hutek gets off the shot from just inside the 18 yard mark, half a step ahead of Houghton Lake defender Tori Maikrzek during the first half of Friday’s game at Bobcat Stadium. Hutek scored five goals in the 9-1 Buck win, tying a team record set in 2000. Also pictured (left) is Houghton Lake defender Hailey Hayes. FIRST OF FIVE (Above, right to left) Roscommon’s Logan Hutek gets off the shot from just inside the 18 yard mark, half a step ahead of Houghton Lake defender Tori Maikrzek during the first half of Friday’s game at Bobcat Stadium. Hutek scored five goals in the 9-1 Buck win, tying a team record set in 2000. Also pictured (left) is Houghton Lake defender Hailey Hayes. Roscommon junior midfielder Logan Hutek scored five goals and had three assists in a 9-1 Buck soccer victory at Houghton Lake May 2. Hutek’s five goals tied a team record set by Jennifer Gaylor during the 2000 season.

Roscommon Coach John Sinnaeve said the Bucks were coming off a 4-0 loss to visiting Cheboygan the previous day, and the Houghton Lake game was the second game where they used a “new formation to try to generate more offense that would take advantage of their speed.” Janelle Gavin scored the first goal 12 minutes into the game on a pass from Hutek. Then, within the next four minutes, Hutek scored twice on passes by Kalen Church and Martha Vea.


LATE PRESSURE (Left, foreground, left to right) Houghton Lake’s Brie McGregor moves the ball in the Roscommon zone as Buck defender Martha Vea comes to meet her in the last few minutes of the game at Bobcat Stadium Friday. Vea scored an assist in the Bucks’ 9-1 win over the Bobcats. LATE PRESSURE (Left, foreground, left to right) Houghton Lake’s Brie McGregor moves the ball in the Roscommon zone as Buck defender Martha Vea comes to meet her in the last few minutes of the game at Bobcat Stadium Friday. Vea scored an assist in the Bucks’ 9-1 win over the Bobcats. Hutek then scored her second assist on a pass to Emma Kallio, who put the Bucks up 4-0 with a low, hard shot past Bobcat keeper Cozette Koupal. Hutek ended scoring for the half by completing her hat trick on a pass by freshman Kaeley Hahn, making the score 5-0 at halftime.

The Roscommon scoring continued in the second half, with Morgan Fluegel connecting off a lead pass by Gavin. Mady Walter then got one back for the Bobcats when she beat Roscommon keeper Hailey Eanes. At the 52nd minute, Hutek headed in a corner by Kallio for her fourth goal of the game, then, at the 65th minute, Hahn scored the first goal of her career on a pass by Hutek, making the score 8-1.


OUT OF REACH (Right) The ball flies by the fingertips of Houghton Lake goalkeeper Cozette Koupal during the first half of the Bobcats’ home game against Roscommon Friday. The Bucks continued finding the Bobcat net during both halves, scoring a 9-1 mercy win with a little over three minutes left in the game. OUT OF REACH (Right) The ball flies by the fingertips of Houghton Lake goalkeeper Cozette Koupal during the first half of the Bobcats’ home game against Roscommon Friday. The Bucks continued finding the Bobcat net during both halves, scoring a 9-1 mercy win with a little over three minutes left in the game. Hutek scored her fifth goal of the game off a Kallio pass to mercy the Bobcats 9-1 with a little over three minutes left on the clock.

“I can’t say enough about how well our defense played tonight,” said Sinnaeve, “No matter who was in, they worked together as a team to keep the Bobcats from having a lot of scoring chances. We had two of our starters out with injuries so we had to share keeper duties with Danielle Doebler taking the first half and Hailey Eanes the second half.”

“We came out flat and Roscommon put us on our heels and kept us there,” said Houghton Lake Coach Darren Barnes, “When we started to gain any momentum they would make a play and seem to get a goal.”

He said the Bobcats played better in the second half, adding that “I give Roscommon a lot of credit. They came out and played a great game tonight.”

2014-05-08 / Sports

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