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Field Hockey Gets Hot

After a Tough Start to their Season, the Barons Rebound

Three games into the Girls Field hockey season, the Barons are 2-1. After suffering a loss in their season opener, the Barons bounced back, winning their next two games against Urbana and Albert Einstein.

On Sept. 13, the Barons dominated the match against Einstein 5-0. Senior captain Oona Buckley led in scoring, netting three of the five goals. Junior goalie Abby Schrader and the Barons’ defense kept Einstein off the scoreboard. Following the game, Freshman Maya Shweiki said, “This game showed us the importance of working as a team and not individually. If we played as good as we did against Einstein, we will crush Churchill.”

Opening the season against a tough Urbana squad on Sept. 6, the girls went down 1-0 early, but battled back to tie it with a goal from Buckley. Later in the game, Urbana scored to edge ahead and squeak out the win. 

At their next game against Watkins Mill on Sept. 11, the girls showed strength in a convincing first win of the season, scoring 8-0. 

The Barons’ defense has been strong this season, holding scoreless their past two opponents and allowing only two goals into the cage so far this season. 

Next week, the girls have a game on Tuesday, Sept. 19 against Winston Churchill and one on Thursday, Sept. 21 against Richard Montgomery.

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Adam Niman
Adam Niman, Staff Reporter
Adam Niman, a B-CC junior, is a Tattler sports writer. Adam is the captain of the BCC baseball team. In his free time, Adam enjoys his semi-professional Fortnite career where he attempted to compete in national tournaments.

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