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Shaker Heights field hockey holds off Hawken, 4-2

Shaker Heights, Ohio – Four different players scored a goal for Shaker Heights to propel the Red Raiders to a 4-2 win over the Hawken Hawks on Thursday afternoon.

It was a rematch of a regular season game played just two weeks ago, a game that Shaker Heights won, 2-1.

Junior Fiona Boyle got the scoring started early with a goal just 1:07 into the game. Senior Lori Mack followed with a goal just two minutes later, and the Red Raiders found themselves up 2-0 barely three minutes into the contest. Freshman Maggie Carter added a goal late in the first half, and senior Felicia Hamilton scored in the second half for Shaker.

“The team has great chemistry, and it’s a young group of girls, who just keeps rising to the occasion. It’s really exciting to see them play.” said Shaker head coach Jen Clark.

“I thought we all played very well, and I’m super pumped for our next game.” said Mack.

Hawken ends the season at 8-8, but returns most of their core next year.

“We’re looking forward to building on a great foundation. We graduate four seniors and have an excellent crop of players coming up. We’re really proud of our girls who played tough against a really good Shaker team.” said Hawken head coach Lynn Sulzer.

Shaker Heights improves to 12-3 on the year and hosts the winner of Hathaway Brown-Maumee Valley in a regional semifinal on Oct. 24.



First Half

(SH) Fiona Boyle 1:07

(SH) Lori Mack 3:12

(SH) Maggie Carter 26:32

Second Half

(H) Amelia Seashultz 14:37

(SH) Felicia Hamilton 20:06

(H) Heather Arslanian 27:53

Tony Bogan is a 2010 graduate of Shaker Heights High School. He covers high school sports in and around the Cleveland area, and has done part-time college basketball play-by-play for Cuyahoga Community College.

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