Hingham, Duxbury end in a 1-1 tie in boys soccer
By Greg Lane, Oct. 15th, 2020
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Hingham and Duxbury played to a 1-1 tie Wednesday afternoon at Hingham High School.
Both teams went scoreless in the opening half. Hingham and Duxbury both earned decent looks at goals, but the score was 0-0 at the end of the first half.
Hingham came out in the second half and played much more aggressive offensively. Around the 43 minute mark of the match, Aidan Brazel put Hingham ahead 1-0. The sophomore found the net and put the ball past the Duxbury's keeper Thomas Donnelly to put them ahead 1-0.
Shortly after Brazel’s goal for Hingham, Duxbury got a goal of their own when Nolan Kirk-Elliot snuck it past Hingham's keeper Jack Price to tie the match at one in the 47th minute.
It was great goalie play the rest of the way from Wyant and Reigh. Neither keeper allowed any shots to go past after each surrendered one in the second period.