Wednesday, August 5, 2015

They Shocked the World

Wall Township shocked the field hockey world last Wednesday by kayoing previously unbeaten Oak Knoll, 1-0, in the Group 1 semifinal of the Tournament of Champions.

They Shocked the World

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Wall Township shocked the field hockey world last Wednesday by kayoing previously unbeaten Oak Knoll, 1-0, in the Group 1 semifinal of the Tournament of Champions.

But how did the Crimson Knights do it?

They shut down Michelle Cesan, Oak Knoll's terror at center mid. The senior had scored nine of Oak Knoll's 10 goals in the NJSIAA tournament.

Bre Medford, a senior defender, scored for Wall.

Wall is scheduled to meet Eastern at 1 p.m. Sunday at The College of New Jersey for the TOC title.

Bill Iezzi

 

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