Jenk­in­town falls to Great Val­ley

The Globe - - OPINION - --By Tim Hindin

Great Val­ley 19, Jenk­in­town 1 – Jenk­in­town en­tered Tues­day’s first round of the Dis­trict One Class AAAA play­offs heavy un­der­dogs against Great Val­ley. The 31stseeded Drakes fell to the sec­ond- seeded Pa­tri­ots 19- 1.

“There was a rea­son they were the num­ber two seed, they were a good team,” Jenk­in­town coach Jeanie Ewer said.

The Drakes were look­ing to lean on the se­nior lead­er­ship of its team and solid de­fen­sive play.

“We just wanted to try to be com­pet­i­tive,” Ewer said.

Ha­ley Smith as­sisted an Emma Dil­lon goal for Jenk­in­town’s only tally of the game. The loss puts the DrDNHV’ finDO rHFRrG DW 135.

Strath Haven 20, Spring­fiHLG 5 – SSrLnJ­fiHOG Hn­tered the Dis­trict One Class AAAA tour­na­ment as a long shot as a 29th-seed. The Spar­tans af­ter trail­ing 13-3 at half­time fell to the fourth­seed Strath Haven 20-5.

Libby Field was one of the most con­sis­tent per­form­ers WhLV VHDVRn IRr SSrLnJ­fiHOG and she scored three of the WHDP’V fiYH JRDOV. CROOHHn Mor­ris and Ri­ley Green­leaf com­pleted the score sheet for the Spar­tans. Goalie Mariel Mancini made eight saves on the game.

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