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Chaminade Loses Season Opener to Holy Names 3-1

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Chaminade took on the Hawks of Holy Names today in the season opener at St. Louis Field and fell 3-1.

Chaminade battled throughout the first half, and trailed at the break 2-0. Silversword pressure led to a Holy Names error and Chaminade got on the board and trailed 2-1 in the 56th minute of the match.

Four minutes later, Holy Names answered with a goal to go up 3-1 and preserve the victory. Negine Mansour, Brittanie Perez and Selina Woodham scored for the Hawks.

Freshman forward Alyssa Nagai (Waipio, HI/Pearl City) led the way with two shots on goal for the Swords.

Freshman Kainoa Makua (Kailua, HI/Kalaheo) stopped 2 shots for CUH.

The Swords were out-shot 8-6. 

With the loss, the Swords move to 0-1. Holy Names improves to 1-2. Chaminade is back in action at home on September 4th. The Swords face University of Mary at 10 AM HT. The game is set for 1:00 PM HT.

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