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Field Hockey Roundup – Tuesday, September 4th

Barker 6, Nichols 0

Katrina Clare earned her first hat-trick of the season after scoring the first 3 goals of the game – the first of which was assisted by Madison Gancasz. Rachel Hurtgam turned in another 2 goal – 1 assist performance as she assisted on Lena Fazzolari’s first goal of the season. Ciara Gregoire and Natalie Bruning also tallied one assist each for Barker.

Both teams return home for Thursday’s contests. Barker will play host to Wilson; Nichols will host Sacred Heart in their first contest of the season.

Roy-Hart 2, Medina 0

Roy-Hart improved to 2-0 in league play with a 2-0 victory tonight over Medina Tuesday evening. Goals were scored by Alexis Lovewell and McKenzie Rothwell (the latter assisted by Sam Choate). Jamie Bower continues unbeaten in net as she posted a shut out during this evening’s game.

Roy-Hart will look to continue their early season success as they head to Buffalo Seminary on Thursday for a non-league matchup. Medina will travel to Newfane where both teams will be looking for their first win of the season.

Newfane 1, Akron 7

Junior Alexis Bell scored four goals for Akron to lead the Lady Tigers’ attack.

Akron improves to 2-0 in league play and will head to Kenmore-City Honors next. Newfane will play host to Medina on Thursday.

East Aurora 0, Williamsville South 11

Williamsville South won their first regular season contest by a score of 11-0. Kayla Gill and Chloe McKenna talled hat-tricks while adding 2 assists and 1 assist respectively. Anna Lorenzo and Emily Eichner each delivered 2 goals and 1 assist for Will South.

Williamsville South will be traveling to West Seneca East tomorrow night to kick off a 3-game road stretch. East Aurora will play host to Williamsville North tomorrow night before heading to Orchard Park on Thursday.

Kenmore-City Honors 0, Wilson 6

Wilson earned their first win of the season with a 6-0 outing against Kenmore-City Honors. They travel to Barker on Thursday night where they will look to slow down an offense that has outscored their opponents 13-2 in their first two games.

Kenmore-City Honors will play host to Akron on Thursday.

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