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Reservoir field hockey puts Long Reach away, 3-1

The Reservoir field hockey team, shown here after winning the Paint Branch tournament in early September, defeated Long Reach on Wednesday.
The Reservoir field hockey team, shown here after winning the Paint Branch tournament in early September, defeated Long Reach on Wednesday. (Photo submitted by Lindsay Beil)

Reservoir pulled away from a scoreless halftime tie to beat Long Reach, 3-1, Wednesday. Originally scheduled for Tuesday, the game was postponed due to weather conditions.

The two teams entered the game tied in the county standings with 2-5 records.

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Mary Kate Sisk, a call-up from the JV, scored Reservoir's first goal four minutes into the second half. It was her second varsity goal in as many games.

Seniors Patricia Huerta and Robyn Pidliskey produced insurance goals for the Gators.

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Lillie Miller put Long Reach on the scoreboard in the last two minutes of the game.

"We weren't finding our rhythm in the first half but in the second half everything clicked," said Reservoir coach Lindsay Beil.

Beil said her team has been working on certain skills in practice and it was nice to see the squad implement those skills in a game.

Reservoir 3, Long Reach 1

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Goals: Re — Sisk, Huerta, Pidliskey. LR — Lillie Miller.

Assists: Re — Clarke. LR — none.

Saves: Re — Connie Chung 7. LR — Alina Milauskas 11.

Halftime: tied, 0-0

Around the league

Oakland Mills 4, Southern-AA 4 (30T)

(Oakland Mills wins in strokes, 3-2)

It was Senior Day at Oakland Mills and the Scorpions' six seniors played a game that they will long remember. The contest against Southern-AA was tied, 2-2, after two overtimes and was decided, 3-2, in strokes.

"We won… finally!" said Oakland Mills coach Nikki Trunzo.

It was her team's first victory of the season and avenged an earlier loss this year to Southern.

Southern's Lauren Hoffman and Oakland Mills' Maggie Zuelsdorf traded goals during regulation play. Each scored twice.

After two additional 10-minute sudden victory overtime periods, the tie was broken by strokes.

While Southern's Sancomes and Collinson converted their strokes, Oakland Mills' Christina Devine, Candace Okumko and Zuelsdorf put their shots in to give the Scorpions the victory.

Standings (as of Oct. 8)

Atholton, 8-1 county, 10-2 overall

Marriotts Ridge, 8-1, 10-2

Glenelg, 8-1, 9-2-1

Mt. Hebron, 6-3, 8-4

River Hill, 6-3, 8-4

Howard, 5-4, 5-5

Centennial, 4-5, 5-7

Reservoir, 3-5, 5-6

Long Reach, 2-6, 3-8

Wilde Lake, 2-7, 2-8

Hammond, 0-9, 0-10

Oakland Mills, 0-9, 01-11

Glenelg Country, 1-5 (IAAM B), 2-6

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