First Flight and Manteo win second-round soccer playoff contests, Hatteras season ends

By on November 4, 2022

First Flight senior Taylor Newton (20) makes a stop on the defensive side during Thursday's win against Durham School of the Arts.
First Flight junior Nico Marino watches his shot get past the Durham School of the Arts goalie on its way into the net.
Nighthawks Trent Sylvia, Steve Monica Sanchez and Dylan Rich come together to celebrate Thursday's 9-0 victory.
Manteo junior Damian Rivera and senior Oscar Rivera during the second round match of the state soccer playoffs against Wallace Rose Hill.
Manteo junior Aidan Braswell during the second round match of the state soccer playoffs against Wallace Rose Hill.
Manteo junior Ben Midgett during the second round match of the state soccer playoffs against Wallace Rose Hill.
Cape Hatteras Secondary School Mens Varsity Soccer Team.
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The First Flight men’s soccer team exploded for 9 goals, including 8 in the second period, in shutting out Durham School of the Arts 9-0 in a second-round 3A tournament game played in Kill Devil Hills on Nov. 3. The No. 2 seeded First Flight team now moves on to play No. 7 seed Lee County in a third-round home playoff game on Monday, Nov. 7. (First Flight Photos by Betty Morales Bravo, Nighthawk News Magazine)

In the 2A bracket, Manteo High School’s men’s soccer team defeated Wallace-Rose Hill by a score of 5-1 in a home playoff contest on Nov. 3.  The No. 3 seeded Manteo squad will now match up against No. 6 seed Jordan-Matthews in a Nov. 7 third-round match that will be played in Manteo. (Manteo photos by Patrick Sinclair, minister at Mt. Carmel UMC in Manns Harbor)

And finally, the season ended for the Hatteras Secondary School men’s team, which dropped a 7-1 away contest to Perquimans on Nov. 3 in 1A second-round competition. For the season, Cape Hatteras finished with a strong 8-4-1 record, which included a 5-1 conference mark. (Photo by Cape Hatteras Athletics)





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