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  • Delmar goalie Kelly Davis, left, and senior Morgan Fletcher hug following the field hockey team's win in the Division II state championship game. Photo by Mike McClure

Delmar field hockey team finds state championship number four Wildcats hold off Indians, 6-3, to win Division II title

November 22nd, 2019|Categories: SPORTS|

The Delmar varsity field hockey team netted a 6-3 win over Indian River last Saturday in Georgetown in the Division II championship to secure its fourth straight state championship. With the win, the Wildcats ending the season unbeaten, defeating opponents, 139-9, in regular season and post-season games. “It was a sweet victory. The girls played outstanding. It was a high pace game and that’s what the state championship is supposed to be,” said Delmar head coach Jodi Hollamon. “It was great hockey all the way around. They (IR) played hard. They did everything they could do and so did we.” “We’re going out with a bang,” senior Morgan Fletcher said of the win. “This is our fifth championship game and our fourth ring.” “It means the world, it’s [...]

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The Delmar varsity field hockey team won its fourth straight state title with a 6-3 win over Indian River in the Division III state championship game in Georgetown.

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