GIRLS SOCCER - Bruins' rookie Mikayla Topaum nets the winner on a breakaway in the 68th minute

OUTLOOK PHOTO: DAVID BALL - Barlows Paige Hinkel chases down a high bouncer alongside Clackamas Kori Walters during the second half of the Bruins' 5-4 win Tuesday night.

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#8 Barlow

The Barlow girls soccer team bounced back twice in the second half to notch a 5-4 home win over Clackamas on Tuesday night.

The Bruins tied it up after Hannah Rispler sent a deep throw-in to the near post, and teammate Paige Hinkel put it away with 17:07 left.

Clackamas attempted to regain its lead a few minutes later when Aidan Brown and Joeine DeKar combined on a give-and-go that resulted in Brown getting off a blast from the top of the 18-yard box that sent Barlow goalie Lisa Martin flying toward the post to knock it off target.

The Bruins would flip the field with Abi Hoffman making a run down the right side before slipping a pass inside to Mikayla Topaum, who was making a run down the center. She juked her defender as she moved into the box, leaving her 1-on-1 with the keeper, who she beat with a low roller into the right side for the winning goal with 11:23 to play.

Hoffman scored twice for the Bruins — once in each half.

Barlow (6-1-2) hosts David Douglas at 7 p.m. Thursday.

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