team’s passing in the circle. “We work on corners and inside the circle and just making sure we look up to make sure we don’t cause a foul to make us go the other way.”
Williams exited the game in the middle of the first
quarter after suffering a lower body injury when she got tangled up with Abington’s goalie.
The rest of the Trojans picked up where she left off. Hummel and Lovensheimer alternated goals — two apiece — over the final 6:35 of the first quarter to build a 6-0 lead.
The scoring slowed down after the first quarter, but Wiss still managed to control
possession for nearly the entire game and found the back of the cage in every quarter. Crowley and Miller each scored in the second quarter, Schools in the third and Kirkpatrick in the fourth.
“We try to contain ourselves to make sure we’re playing with the ball and looking up,” Miller said of the Trojans playing on the offensive half for the majority
of the game. “We just try to make sure we’re not going into their sticks.”
Ghosts (0-2) goalkeeper Marilyn Capps finished the game with seven saves, including an impressive stop of a lifted shot on a penalty corner in the second quarter.
Wissahickon goalie Julianna Thomas didn’t face a shot.
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