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Oak Hill:: overcomes Wiscasset's trap

Postby SJ » Fri Sep 08, 2017 4:44 am

Oak Hill rebounds from Boothbay's early blitz, wins 2-1

...The Raiders (3-0), who warmed up longer than usual for their home game, didn't get their first shot on goal until 11 minutes in. Their first goal came 12 minutes later. Abriana Deslauriers fed Eliza Whisenant from the top of the box to the right side, and Whisenant's tough-angle shot got past Boothbay goalie Jackie Mcloon.

"I think at times you need a great play," Oak Hill coach Jeremy Young said. "One great play sparks things. One great pass sparks things."

Oak Hill took the lead with just over a minute before halftime. Makayla Hilchey's cross from the right made it to the left side of the goal mouth, and Rylea Swan was there for the put-in.

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Oak Hill:: Dodge a brick wall in goal

Postby SJ » Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:21 am

Dodge a brick wall in goal for Oak Hill

...Standing in the goal mouth all alone, awaiting a penalty kick against Lisbon, Dodge dived to make a save on a shot in the lower corner in a game the Raiders won 3-1.

"The balls she gets to at times when she needs to are pretty impressive," Oak Hill coach Jeremy Young said. "The PK at Lisbon, bottom corner, and she got there. From 12 yards, that's pretty well-struck ball, and she got there.

"And the team has the confidence. It's not a situation where there's a PK called and they're walking away and we're down on our heels thinking 'oh, it's going to go in.' She has a shot at all the balls."

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Oak Hill:: overcomes Wiscasset's trap

Postby SJ » Tue Sep 19, 2017 5:26 am

Oak Hill overcomes Wiscasset's trap

..."Their offside trap, we had more offsides calls today than we've had probably all season so far," Oak Hill coach Jeremy Young said. "So credit to them (for) pulling and being a unit on defense. It's a good look that we haven't seen much this season."

"At the beginning of the game I thought we really did well with the defense as far as pulling them up and catching them in that offsides trap," Wiscasset coach Duane Goud said.

It took a while for the Raiders (6-0) to get their attack going against the Wolverines' trap. It also took Drew, a senior, knowing what to do when the ball got to her feet.

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