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Corrections made, but hole too large for SD comeback

(Sept. 13, 2013) Despite falling to the Washington Jaguars’ field hockey team 4-1 in Monday’s season opener in Princess Anne, Stephen Decatur Coach Michelle Fluty was pleased with the Lady Seahawks’ overall effort.

“I was really proud of our intensity in the midfield, but our circle play on both ends hurt us,” Fluty said.

The Jaguars scored four goals in the first half to go into the break with a 4-0 advantage.

“The girls made the necessary corrections for the second half, but it wasn’t enough to get out of the hole we got ourselves in,” Fluty said. “We just have to start the first half the way we played the whole second half.”

Senior Cassidy Remmell scored Decatur’s lone goal. Erin Florek, a senior, earned the assist. Sophomore goalie Sophia Clemente stopped three Washington shots in the first half. Senior Abby Friedman played in goal the second half and recorded six saves.

The Pocomoke Warriors will come to Berlin today, Friday, for a 4 p.m. game against the Seahawks.

Lisa Capitelli, Ocean City Today
Managing Editor Lisa Capitelli, a New York native, entered Salisbury University (then Salisbury State) in the fall of 1998 and graduated in the spring of 2002 with a Bachelors of Arts degree. She majored in communication arts, and minored in art, with concentration on photography. Lisa began her career at Ocean City Today as a staff writer in February 2003. She was promoted to Assistant Editor in August 2011 and Managing Editor in May, 2013. Editorial responsibilities include covering sports — from local high school games, to fishing tournaments and recreation and park programs, the business community and weekly happenings, events and activities.

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