A Number of Elements Has East Hampton Field Hockey off to Strong Start - 27 East

A Number of Elements Has East Hampton Field Hockey off to Strong Start

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East Hampton junior Ally Schaefer tries to block a pass.    DREW BUDD

East Hampton junior Ally Schaefer tries to block a pass. DREW BUDD

East Hampton sophomore Kerri O'Donnell tries to save a ball from going out of bounds.   DREW BUDD

East Hampton sophomore Kerri O'Donnell tries to save a ball from going out of bounds. DREW BUDD

East Hampton sophomore Kerri O'Donnell sends in a corner.    DREW BUDD

East Hampton sophomore Kerri O'Donnell sends in a corner. DREW BUDD

East Hampton junior Sienna Link Morse and a Sayville player go after the ball.    DREW BUDD

East Hampton junior Sienna Link Morse and a Sayville player go after the ball. DREW BUDD

East Hampton freshman goalie Caeleigh Schuster makes a save.    DREW BUDD

East Hampton freshman goalie Caeleigh Schuster makes a save. DREW BUDD

East Hampton freshman goalie Caeleigh Schuster makes a save.    DREW BUDD

East Hampton freshman goalie Caeleigh Schuster makes a save. DREW BUDD

East Hampton freshman goalie Caeleigh Schuster makes a save.    DREW BUDD

East Hampton freshman goalie Caeleigh Schuster makes a save. DREW BUDD

East Hampton freshman goalie Caeleigh Schuster makes a save.    DREW BUDD

East Hampton freshman goalie Caeleigh Schuster makes a save. DREW BUDD

East Hampton junior Emma McGrory scored two goals in Friday's 3-2 victory over Sayville.    DREW BUDD

East Hampton junior Emma McGrory scored two goals in Friday's 3-2 victory over Sayville. DREW BUDD

East Hampton senior Ava Arcoleo takes possession of the ball deep in Sayville territory.    DREW BUDD

East Hampton senior Ava Arcoleo takes possession of the ball deep in Sayville territory. DREW BUDD

East Hampton senior Toby Allen, who scored the game's first goal on Friday, denies a Sayville player forward progress.    DREW BUDD

East Hampton senior Toby Allen, who scored the game's first goal on Friday, denies a Sayville player forward progress. DREW BUDD

Bonacker Ava Tintle tries to avoid a pair of Sayville players.    DREW BUDD

Bonacker Ava Tintle tries to avoid a pair of Sayville players. DREW BUDD

Drew Budd on Sep 20, 2022
Bonding, communicating, a changed mindset, working together as a unit. They’re all things the East Hampton field hockey coaches and players have said that led to the Bonacker’s strong 4-1... more

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