Field hockey fights for standings in post season

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Field hockey fights for standings in post season

Kayla Nasser out maneuvers Revere defender in Monday's game.

Kayla Nasser out maneuvers Revere defender in Monday's game.

John Nasser

Kayla Nasser out maneuvers Revere defender in Monday's game.

John Nasser

John Nasser

Kayla Nasser out maneuvers Revere defender in Monday's game.

JENNA TAORMINA, Staff Writer

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The Gloucester field hockey team has secured its place in the Massachusetts State Tournament to compete to be the Northeast Conference champions.

On Saturday, the Fisherman tied the Peabody Tanners 2-2 with both goals scored by Chloe Flavin. The team was lead to victory by Flavin and her co-captains Kayla Nasser and Lily Sanfilippo. Assists were also made by Matilda Grow and Sam Cominelli.

Goalie Deyanna Foley had a great game and made a total of eight saves. This tie gave The Fisherman the point they needed to get into the tournament.

Monday night, The Fishermen crushed the  Revere Patriots with a 6-0 win.  Chloe Flavin, Rachel Alexander, Nicole Tocco, and Liana Hendershott each scored goals, and senior Kayla Nasser scored two goals.

The wins against Peabody and Revere give Gloucester a total of 22 points. Teams need at least 20 points to extend their season and compete in the state tournament. Gloucester with it’s record of 9-6-4 , has achieved just that. Their final game on Saturday gives field hockey the opportunity to improve their standings.

 

 

 

 

 

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