Hockaday Varsity field hockey ended their season with a 2-0 victory over FWCDS. Emilia Callahan started off the scoring with a straight shot penalty corner assisted by Maddy Charest. The score was 1-0 at halftime and remained that way until the last three minutes of the game. Meg Wilson scored the final goal of the game with an assist from Margaret Woodberry and Emilia Callahan. The team earned 14 penalty corners and took 13 shots on goal. Emma Schnitzius had three saves in the goal.
The Varsity field hockey team defeated Houston Christian 1-0 in their second game of the SPC tournament. Meg Wilson connected for the score off a pass from Landry Grover. The team will be back in action Saturday for its last game of the season.
The Hockaday Varsity field hockey team fell in its first game of the SPC tournament to EHS 0-1 in overtime. The team fought hard, but in the end came up short. Hockaday is back in action tomorrow at 2:00 pm versus Houston Christian.
Hockaday Varsity field hockey won its final regular season game versus Oakridge 2-0. It was a foggy, damp evening, but that didn't stop the Daisies from scoring one goal per half. Graydon Paul connected a long pass to Claire Tate for a break away that Tate was able to hit past the goalkeeper. The defensive corner unit held off four attempts by Oakridge and helped to keep the team on the attack. Meg Wilson finished the scoring for Hockaday off an assist from Anna Gum. Emma Schnitzuis had eight saves in goal for Hockaday.
The Hockaday Varsity field hockey team fell to ESD 1-2 in its final home game of the season. After falling behind 0-2 in the first half, Hockaday came out strong in the second half scoring early off a corner by Meg Wilson. Unfortunately the team couldn't get an equalizer in the remaining 20 minutes of the game. Emma Schnitzius had five saves in goal for the team.
The Hockaday Varsity field hockey team fell to Trinity Valley 0-1. The teams played a scoreless first half. It wasn't until the second half that Trinity Valley was able to get on the board. Hockaday earned 7 penalty corners and held Trinity Valley to just one in the second half. Emma Schnitzius had seven saves in goal for Hockaday.