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Will McNamara, Sr., Midfield, Haverford School
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Then it was hang on time. The game clock couldn move fast enough for the Churchmen.
different speed than everyone else. He set up the game winning goal because like his teammate, McNamara, Rego is a game changer. When the set play broke down, he improvised and found McBride cutting to the net resulting in the game winning goal.
Henry Blynn, Sr., Attack, Haverford School
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really do think we right there among the top teams, because we were there with Haverford School, one of the top teams in the country, Hayes said. didn pick up very many groundballs in the fourth quarter and that what hurt us. Against a great team like Haverford School, you can afford to let that happen. though, you have a sense these two teams will see each other a few more times before the season is over, once when the Churchmen and Haverford School close the Inter Ac season, at Haverford
goal came off a broken play, said McBride, who headed to Princeton. original set broke down and I got an open look. I think that the thing about us. I know what it looked it through most of the game, but we never really out of games. We play so many tough teams that we know how to respond. This is another notch in the belt. It Means
Blynn has a fantastic shooting touch. The Brown bound Blynn finished with three goals and two assists, and when the Fords offense is percolating, he dangerous with the ball on his stick.
A Haverford School loss Friday night would have diminished the importance of that game.
Trinity College is getting itself a great deal in the rangy Coote. He made several spectacular saves in the first half against Haverford School, when the Fords offense was clicking. He kept the Churchmen in the game.
Zach Rego, Sr., Attack, Haverford School
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Haverford School victory set up another daunting test on Saturday, April 28 against No. Nike Metcon 2 Amplify Pale Grey 3 ranked Conestoga at the Katie Samson Invitational. The game attracted about five thousand last year, and Conestoga certainly wants another crack at the Fords since the 11 6 defeat was only setback last year.
slight miracle, the Fords found it in a pair of late Carl Walrath goals to win. Fast forward to Friday night, in an Inter Ac League showdown against Episcopal Academy, and the Fords in desperate straits again. With a sputtering, inconsistent offense, braving a charged up standing hill only crowd under the lights, the maroon and gold Haverford School mystique rose again.
right place at the right time. You get the sense watching him that anything he really wants to do, he can. Again, he played an all around fantastic game for the Fords finishing with a goal and two assists. But it his overall game that art.
School, on May 8 and quite possibly in the Inter Ac Invitational finals.
Henry Coote, Sr., Goalie, Episcopal Academy
Early in the fourth quarter, the balance of the game began to sway back to Haverford School. The Fords had long possessions. And finally, Sam Rohr, off an assist from Henry Blynn (Brown), got Haverford to within 8 7 with 7:44 left. A few minutes later, Blynn himself responded with his third goal of the game setting up McBride for his overtime heroics.
Gavin McBride nailed home the game winning goal off a perfect feed from Zach Rego with 3:01 left in overtime. Prior to the last nine minutes, including the first minute in overtime, Episcopal Academy seemed primed to pull off the upset.
As for Episcopal, Churchmen coach Andy Hayes has done a wonderful job in resurrecting the program. The Churchmen were competitive last year, but they were also 6 11 better than their record indicated. This year, Hayes can honestly say he has one of the best teams in the country. And it exactly what he did express after the Haverford School game.
There is a mystique that been building through the recent years about Haverford School. Kick the Fords, scratch them, pull them into seemingly impossible situations and they somehow, someway always manage to respond.
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a very good team over there, that very well coached, and we didn play any offense in the second and third quarters, Fords coach John Nostrant said. I think we won 11 of our last 13 games for a reason. The kids responded. Everyone struggles at times, and we rebound. game was tied 6 6 deep into the third quarter when Episcopal Dutch Buckley and Morgan Westby provided two unanswered goals that gave the Churchmen an 8 6 lead. On offense, Episcopal moved exceptionally well off the ball, setting up nice angles, and defensively, there was the goalie combination of Henry Coote and Tyler Morrell, who combined to make eight saves spectacular saves.
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