CHS Field Hockey Makes Another First



The CHS Field Hockey team defeated Gburg 9-0 in their first-round matchup.

John Guglielmone, Editor

After reaching the state semi-finals last year for the first time in school history, the CHS varsity field hockey is now trying to become the first team to be undefeated throughout the season for the first time in school history.

“I had high expectations and our team is exceeding them,” said senior captain Charlotte Pond. “I’ve never played with a team with so much heart and drive to win”.

After starting the season off with a 2-1 win over Urbana, and the Coyotes didn’t stop there. The Coyotes have won their next game by a score of 10-0 over Seneca Valley. After those two games and many more rained out games, the Coyotes were 10-0 heading into there last two games of the season which were both makeup games.

“I’m extremely confident in this team,” said senior captain Anna Bertrand. “There have been so many great moments during the season”.

The Coyotes second to last game was against Damascus. The Coyotes prevailed 4-0. The last game of the season was against Watkins Mill which ended in the Coyotes winning 4-0 again.

“I expected us to be good but we have risen to the occasion”. said Head coach Sissy Natoli. “If we do the right things and play consistent, we will go far this year but I still think we can produce more”.

The Coyotes will be opening the playoffs with home field advantage throughout the region and will be having a first-round bye.