Shining a light on Hingham news

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Shining a light on Hingham news

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Shining a light on Hingham news

The Harborlight

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Sophomore, Caitlin Patten, and Junior Sienna Brackett took over the field to try and earn Hingham a goal in the first half. Katharine Whitlock

Hingham Girls Field Hockey Defeats Marshfield 4-0, Still Holding Their Number One Spot 

Hingham Field Hockey is having a great start to their season with a score of 4-1-1. Their hard work and extreme efforts have put the team in a secure spot for the season. Last year, Hingham Field Hockey won their division and made it through two rounds of the tournament. This year, they are looking to continue with their success and will hopefully advance even further. With twenty-one players, Hingham is ready to have an impressive season. 

On Wednesday, September 27th, Hingham Field Hockey took on Marshfield, the number two team in the league, and had an outstanding outcome of 4-0. Ryan Hallisey scored the first goal, only five minutes into the game. With a great assist by Sienna Brackett on an offensive corner, Ryan put Hingham on the board. The game was extremely aggressive and contained exceptional stick skills. 

Five minutes into the second quarter, Sam Ruddick had a powerful cross into the circle with, Junior, Haylen Wilson ready to tip the ball into the goal, making the score 2-0. With much more exceptional plays, Ryan Hallisey and Haylen Wilson each earned one more goal in the second half. Marshfield was a very aggressive team and also had a great game. Overall, there were no shots on goal from the other team, but the ball remained constantly at the fifty-yard line. 

Starter, Sienna Brackett, with an assist during the game, commented, “This was one of the most competitive games we have had this season. The fast pace and quick turnovers made it really difficult, but overall it was a really thrilling game, and all of the team played extremely well.” The aggression of both teams was eye-catching and the athleticism of the team helped them succeed in Wednesday’s game. 

The riveting game really relayed all of the hard work that the team has put in this season. Sophomore Ryan Hallisey observed that “the teams bonding off the field has helped us to communicate and work together in games and practices. I have really noticed how easy it has been to play with every single girl on the team, and our close relationships have really led to our success.” Starting at left mid-field, Ryan had a great game and is ready to have a great season, hoping for good turnouts. 

Hingham’s astonishing game against the number two team set an excellent example for the team’s future in the season. Their skills are exceptional and their victory will hopefully continue in games.  

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