Field Hockey remains perfect, 6-0


Captain Rachel Brown ’20 moves the ball up-field in a 2-1 win against Huntington Beach High School. Credit: Lucas Lee/Chronicle

Lucas Lee

The field hockey team won its first league game of the season 10-0 against Thousand Oaks High School, continuing its 44-0 streak.

In the previous game against Huntington Beach High School, the team made adjustments at halftime to secure its 2-1 victory. Leading up to today, Bella Ganocy ’20 said that the Wolverines improved on both sides of the ball.

“We resolved to aim to keep the ball on our strong side, and to make sure we didn’t get split on their free hits,” Ganocy said. “We are definitely going to work on playing on our strong side and making sure to get back on defense.”

Defensive Improvements

Against Thousand Oaks, the defense demonstrated its improvement, not giving up a single goal. Despite this, Fiene Oerlemans ’22 said that the team believes there is still room to improve.

“The game went well today, but we didn’t play our best.” Oerlemans said. “We tend to drop to the level of the other team. In our games we have been working on starting out strong and energized, therefore our motto: psycho cinco! But overall, in all of our games, we have been doing great, connecting our passes very well and playing as a team.”

On Monday, the Wolverines will go on the road to face Glendora High School. The Tartans are currently 2-3.