Field Hockey - Girls: Central Bucks East vs Plymouth Whitemarsh (11/1/2016)

Central Bucks East vs. Plymouth Whitemarsh

Home Team

Away Team

Game Date Sport Game Type Overtime
November 1st 2016 Field Hockey - Girls Non-League Game No

Central Bucks East Comments

Final: Central Bucks East 9, Plymouth Whitemarsh 1
Halftime: Central Bucks East 5, Plymouth Whitemarsh 1
First Half Goals:
28:24 CB East, Abbey Butler, Assist Whitney Dietz
21:20 CB East, Emma Donnelly, Assist Abbey Butler
19:32, Plymouth Whitemarsh Kennedy Reardon
18:41 CB East, Emma Donnelly
9:02 CB East, Cailey Lever, Assist Abbey Butler
0:125 CB East, Cailey Lever, Assist Mackenzie Boyle
Second Half Goals:
18:36 CB East, Riley Donnelly
16:07 CB East, Riley Donnelly, Assist Mackenzie Boyle
7:02 CB East, Riley Donnelly, Assist Whitney Dietz
4:37 CB East, Allison Herbine, Assist Emily Brennan

Today was a full 60 minutes of intensity demonstrated by the CB East team. Abbey Butler, Cailey Lever along with Riley and Emma Donnelly put the majority of goals in the net. Allison Herbine also scored for the Patriots off a great assist from Emily Brennan.
I was really proud of the team because they played together, communicated well on both offense and defense and stayed focused throughout the game. This was the kind of game we needed to move forward into our next District I game and States!

Plymouth Whitemarsh Comments

School: Plymouth Whitemarsh High School

Game Date: 11/1/16
Score: Plymouth Whitemarsh 1 vs. CB East 9
Halftime Score: Plymouth Whitemarsh 1 vs. CB East 5
Location: CB East

Game Stats:
Kennedy Reardon – 1 Goal

Game Summary:
Charise Halteman – Head Coach
“PW fell flat against a talented CB East team this afternoon. We didn’t come out sharp in the first half and CB East was able to gain an early lead which allowed them to play with momentum and confidence. Kennedy Reardon scored the lone goal for the colonials in the first half. The second half saw some improvements, but not enough to change the trajectory of the game. Unfortunately, PW didn’t play up to its potential, but the team has an overall season to be proud of and a lot of room to grow for next season.”