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Tomahawks defeat Westborough in field hockey action

By Chris Wraight
Contributing Writer

Algonquin Regional High School's Molly Dore (#12) keeps the ball away from Westborough High School's Samantha Weckwerth (#1), left.

Algonquin Regional High School's Molly Dore (#12) keeps the ball away from Westborough High School's Samantha Weckwerth (#1), left.

Northborough – The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks field hockey team hosted the Westborough High School Rangers for their home opener Sept 11.

Algonquin's Maggie Wraight scored the only goal of the first half for a 1-0 lead.? In the second half, the Tomahawks scored three more times with goals by Danielle Fucci, Taylor Long, and Grace Grimaldi to win the game 4-0.

Algonquin went to 2-0 while Westborough dropped to 0-3.

 

Algonquin Regional High School's Grace Grimaldi (#7) front, tries to get a shot off against the defense of Westborough High School's Erin Moore (#9) behind, Ashley Solares (#12), and Catherine DiSaia (Goalkeeper).

Algonquin Regional High School's Grace Grimaldi (#7) front, tries to get a shot off against the defense of Westborough High School's Erin Moore (#9) behind, Ashley Solares (#12), and Catherine DiSaia (Goalkeeper).

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