Monday, August 3, 2015

Haddon Township's Flacco breaks field hockey scoring mark

Haddon Township senior Kim Flacco has broken the school field hockey win for goals after scoring twice in Tuesday's 4-0 win over visiting Haddonfield.

Haddon Township's Flacco breaks field hockey scoring mark

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Haddon Township's Kim Flacco (8) broke the school's all-time record Tuesday. (Marc Narducci/Staff)

Haddon Township senior Kim Flacco has broken the school field hockey win for goals after scoring twice in Tuesday's 4-0 win over visiting Haddonfield.

That gave Flacco her 79 career goals, breaking the mark of 77 that she shared with Bridget Settles, who was named the Atlantic-10 Offensive Player of the Year last season for Temple.

This season Flacco has 20 goals for the 11-3-1 Hawks. 

Flacco has been a four-year starter for the Hawks. She is looking to play field hockey in college but has not made a commitment.

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