JAY — TMS field hockey played an excellent game against Dirigo on Thursday, October 7 that ended in a close 2-1 loss for the Lady Rebels. Evalyn Cummings scored Telstar’s only goal in the second quarter off a pass from Vivienne Charette. Olivia Hughes, Michaela Mowery, Idella Cooley, and Neveah Buck had many great defensive plays which prevented Dirigo from scoring at all in the second half, and Solei Lane held strong in goal for TMS. With a great show of sportsmanship, Dirigo’s coach gave a Telstar player a new mouthguard when theirs was lost at halftime. Telstar’s teamwork and skills have been growing stronger every game, and they are looking forward to a rematch with Dirigo on Wednesday, October 13 at home.

TMS played a fantastic game against Dirigo on Wednesday, October 13, and came away with a 2-0 win, with all teammates contributing. Vivienne Charette had two goals for the Rebels, assisted by Evalyn Cummings and Cadence Campbell. Kendal Duchart had 8 saves for the Rebels in goal. Solei Lane showed off her speed by chasing down a Dirigo breakaway in the fourth quarter, and Olivia Hughes cleared the ball to prevent a last-minute shot on goal. Telstar worked together showing strong passing and communication, and aggressive play with many shots on the Dirigo goalie throughout the game. The Lady Rebels will play their last game tomorrow, October 15 at home versus Maranacook.

-Coach Renee Charette

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