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Girls prep soccer: Denfeld’s Alyssa Doyle shines in win over Hermantown The Hunters scored two goals in each half in the shootout win.
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Duluth Denfeld’s Alyssa Doyle controls the ball during the Hunters’ 4-0 win over Hermantown on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022, at Public Schools Stadium. Doyle had two goals and an assist in the win.
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DULUTH — Duluth Denfeld junior Alyssa Doyle felt the momentum shift to the Hunters’ side midway through the first half of their game against Hermantown on Tuesday at Stadium Public Schools.
Doyle assisted on an early goal by Cady Taylor and then she added another about 10 minutes later to give the Hunters a 2-0 win.
“We came out really strong and Caddy scored the first goal and we just had momentum from there,” Doyle said. “Then I held the ball like 25, I put my head up and I shot and it went in.”
The Hunters dominated possession for much of the game, keeping the ball on Hermantown’s side of the field and keeping goalkeeper Cambria Thomas busy.
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Duluth’s Lucy Bell Denfeld, 25, tries to keep the ball away from Hermantown’s Brooke Judnik during a game Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022, at Public Schools Stadium.
“Everybody was really nervous and excited for this game — they’ve been talking about it all day at school,” Hunters head coach Leah Hamm said. “They know how to play in possession and tonight they made the choice to do that, look around at each other’s feet and move for each other off the ball.”
Doyle credits Hamm with changing Denfeld’s style of play and forcing the team to commit in her second year at the Hunter’s helm.
“Her coaching style is to play in possession and really control the ball and be calm with the ball so we can just control the game as a team,” Doyle said. “I really think her mentality that she brought to the team helped us so much. Against a tougher opponent like Hermantown, we were able to stick to our game and play the way we practiced.”
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Hermantown’s Natalia Howie, 13, competes for the ball in front of Denfeld’s Lucy Chasti, 10, during the Hunters’ 4-0 win Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022, at Public Schools Stadium.
While Hermantown coach Nathan Hanson was disappointed with the loss, he was pleased with the way his team responded after the initial onslaught and formation change midway through the half.
“(Denfeldt) came out firing, brought their A game and got us on our heels a little bit,” Hanson said. “We continued to fight, we ended up changing formations in the middle of the half. They responded well, they switched on the move, they made the adjustments they needed to make, and at that point I felt the momentum shifted in our favor.”
Hermantown’s Natalia Howie, 13, clears the ball from Duluth’s Ashley Bekrich Denfeld, 11, during the Hunters’ victory Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022, at Public Schools Stadium.
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The Hawks were able to generate their best scoring opportunity late in the half. They got a shot through the hands of goalkeeper Kaylee Larson, but senior defender Aliah Walker got in front of the shot and headed it in from the box to end Hermantown’s threat.
Later in the second half, Adele Warmuth scored an unassisted goal for Denfeld and Doyle added a goal on a penalty kick.
While the Hawks (3-3-1) hit hard, Henson believes Section 7AA is wide open and anyone can advance to the state tournament.
“It’s going to be a fight to the end and it’s going to be a very competitive tournament,” Hanson said.
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Jamie Malcomb has been a high school sports reporter for the Duluth News Tribune since October 2021. He spent the previous six years covering news and sports for the Lake County News-Chronicle in Two Harbors and the Cloquet Pine Journal. He graduated from George Washington University in 1999 with a BA in History and Literature and also holds an MA in Secondary English Education from George Mason University. If you buy it now, you will only buy this item. If you would like to receive the additional items you selected to qualify for this offer, please close this window and add those items to your cart.
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With the women’s soccer tournament kicking off at the Rio Olympics, our panel of experts have compiled a countdown of the greatest players to grace the game
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It should come as no surprise that Brazil has given the world two of its greatest players, men and women. Pele created his legacy years ago. Marta Vieira da Silva is still in the process of forging herself as the most talented player on the planet. Marta, called by the Brazilian master “Pele in skirts” can do anything. The world has lost track of how many times she has turned a defender and left her in the dust. This includes dribbling through confusing foes with her superior skills, creating goals thanks to her vision and scoring thanks to a dogged desire to succeed.
Her personal accolades are notable, winning the Fifa World Player of the Year title five consecutive times (2006 to 2010). Marta also won the Ballon d’Or and Golden Boot at the 2007 Women’s World Cup and is the all-time top scorer with 15 goals. The only thing missing from her trophy cabinet is a major championship, although Brazil came close on several occasions. The Brazilians finished second to Germany at the 2007 World Championships and won silver medals at the 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics, losing to the United States both times. Having turned 30 in February, Marta is expected to be in full swing at the Rio Olympics.
Mia Hamm (left) tackles Chinese defender Bai Jie in the 1999 World Cup final. Photo: Rick Wilking/Reuters
Hamm, who finished with a world record 158 international goals when she retired in 2004, was a dual threat. Quick and skilful, she was nominally a striker but often played as a midfielder. If the defenders let her run inside, she would have made it to the goal. If they could force her out, she would deliver a deadly accurate centering shot to a teammate on the far side. It certainly didn’t hurt that Hamm was backed up by a talented supporting cast, some of whom made this top 20 list. Regardless, her skill, vision and innate goal-scoring ability made her the most dangerous and popular player of the women of her generation. Hamm, who made her international debut as a 15-year-old in 1987, won 275 caps while playing for the United States.
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She won the FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year in the first two years of the award in 2001 and 2002. A member of the National Football Hall of Fame, Hamm also played a vital role in two teams that won the Women’s World Cup in 1991 and 1999 d. converting a penalty into a penalty c