Kreisl is out

Kendall Kreisl, Bishop Eustace's star midfielder, got home from Virtua Hospital in Vorhees last night about 9 with red eyes and a bruised and swollen left cheek bone.

Kreisl was felled by a ball that smacked her in the face in the first half of a field hockey game at Shawnee. Feeling dizzy at intermission she was driven to the hospital by her parents, 

The Villanova-bound senior said she was diagnosed with a minor concussion and felt weak following a dose of Tylenol with codeine.

The news of Eustace's 3-2 overtime win over the Renegades made her fell better, but she's not sure she'll be back for the final regular-season game with Eastern.

- BILL IEZZI

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