Thursday, September 24, 2009

Watertown HS unbeaten in Massachusetts field hockey


The Watertown (Mass.) High School field hockey team is on a roll. The goal they allowed in the final minutes of a 3-1 victory on Wednesday over Lexington was the first the Raiders have allowed in five games this season. They have outscored opponents 26-1, according to the Daily News Tribune. Read more about the team.

The Gloucester (N.J.) Catholic High School field hockey team finished last season 3-9-4, but got off to an undefeated start this season in its first three games. Wednesday’s Tri-County Conference interdivision battle with Salem changed all that. See what happened at NJ.com.

When is a tie like a loss? Ask the players of St. Stephen's/St. Agnes (Alexandria, Va.), the defending Independent School League field hockey champs, who allowed a late goal in a 1-1 draw with Georgetown Visitation this week. See the story.

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