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FIELD HOCKEY: Saturday's roundup

FORBES ROAD GOES 0-2 >> Forbes Road suffered its first losses of the season on Saturday when it went 0-2 at the Linda Rose Tournament.

The Cardinals were defeated by Lake Lehman and Conrad Weiser, both by scores of 2-0.

"We would've liked to spend more time in our attack circle instead of theirs," Forbes Road coach Carol Cline said. "We spent too much time having to defend, and our opportunities were too few."

The Cardinals (5-2) managed only 10 shots on the day and did not have a single penalty corner. In net, Olivia Hall had six saves in the first game and 19 against Conrad Weiser.

"We had some fabulous play by Olivia Hall," Cline said. "She was much too busy today. We ended up playing our games back-to-back, and she did an outstanding job. Brittany Truax, who plays on the left side on the line, worked her tail off today, too."

Lake Lehman 2, Forbes Road 0

Lake Lehman20—0Forbes Road00—0

First half — (LL) Kate Supey, asst. Sarah Sabaloski, 2nd min., (LL) Miranda Martin, asst. Supey, 27th

Shots — LL 12, FR 5; Penalty corners — LL 12, FR 0; Saves — LL 1 (Alicia Pilasso), FR 6 (Olivia Hall).

Conrad Weiser 2, Forbes Road 0

Conrad Weiser02—2Forbes Road00—0

Second half — (CW) Brittany Plue, asst. Alexa Schneck, 46th, (CW) Briana Sassman, asst. Plue, 52nd

Shots — CW 24, FR 5; Corner kicks — CW 19, FR 0; Saves — CW 2 (Kenzie Carbone), FR 19 (Olivia Hall).

WEST PERRY 3, GREENCASTLE 2 >> Greencastle-Antrim once again got off to a slow start, and it couldn't recover in a non-league defeat to West Perry.

The Blue Devils (4-4) fell behind 3-0 just 14 minutes into the contest. Bryanna Conway scored a pair of goals, both assisted by Racheal Marconi, but Greencastle couldn't complete the comeback.

"We have yet to learn our lesson about how to play an intense game for both halves," G-A coach Becca Farson said. "We came out flat and it took most of the first half to figure out whether we wanted to compete or not. The second half we were a completely different team. We just came up a goal short."

Mackenzie Oberholzer had 24 saves in goal for Greencastle.

West Perry 3, Greencastle 2

Greencastle11—2West Perry30—3

First half — (WP) Alana Pugh, asst. Keira Robinson, 4:58, (WP) Drew Prowell, asst. Grace Klaver, 11:04, (WP) Tori Albright, 13:54, (GA) Bryanna Conway, asst. Racheal Marconi, 15:07.

Second half — (GA) Conway, asst. Marconi, 49:22.

Shots — GA 19, WP 27; Penalty corners — GA 4, WP 6; Saves — GA 24 (Mackenzie Oberholzer), WP 17 (Natalie Geesaman).

JV score — West Perry 3, Greencastle 0.

SHIP SPLITS A PAIR IN NORTHEASTERN TOURNAMENT >> Shippensburg had a very strong start to the Northeastern Tournament, but it took a step back in the finale to finish the day 1-1.

In the opener, Ship (2-3-1) jumped out to a 2-0 halftime lead and held on to beat the host Bobcats, 3-1. But in their second game, the Lady Hounds got off to a slow start and fell to Muhlenberg, 5-0.

"The girls played really well the first game. I was impressed with their performance," Ship coach Angela Hostetter said. "I was a little disappointed with the second game, but we were playing a good team. Overall, it was a fun day, and the girls were able to get some quality time on the field."

Madison Kline and Zoe Holtry both finished with a goal and an assist for Ship, and Courtney Coy also added a score.

Shippensburg 3, Northeastern 1


Shippensburg goals — Zoe Holtry, Madison Kline, Courtney Coy

Shippensburg assists — Kline, Holtry.

Muhlenberg 5, Muhlenberg 0