Field Hockey ties Framingham in competitive match

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Will Kharfen

Field Hockey, 2-9-1, tied Framingham, 4-5-2, in a match that was back and forth to the very end, showing off the Tigers’ “speed and good passing,” said head coach Kristy Moore.
“This was one of the best games the girls have played this season in terms of their passing, being able to beat the other team to the ball, pressuring on attack, and their defense,” added Moore.
After losing to the Flyers, 4-0, earlier in the season, senior Angela Buras, a captain with senior Ashley Babigian, was extremely happy with the strong fight, saying, “I think Framingham was expecting an easy win after they beat us earlier in the season, but we didn’t let that happen today.”
Communication was an important aspect of this close game. “We were able to communicate a lot and were able to work together really well,” explained Babigian.
Moving forward, the team has a lot of goals for themselves, as Moore clarified that “the most important thing for us to continue doing is to play with character.”
Buras added that “Putting the ball into the cage more is an important goal for us moving forward.”
The Tigers’ next game is this Tuesday at Norwood.