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SeDoMoCha field hockey tops Dexter to win Penquis League championship

DOVER-FOXCROFT — A late goal helped the SeDoMoCha Middle School field hockey team top Ridge View Community School 1-0 in the Penquis League championship on the turf at the Jim Robinson Field House on Saturday, Oct. 21. With the victory the Eagles concluded the 2023 season with a perfect 12-0 record.

With five minutes left against Ridge View, Kaydense Nelson broke the 0-0 stalemate for what would be the only goal of the game.

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LEAGUE CHAMPS — The SeDoMoCha Middle School field hockey team defeated Ridge View 1-0 in the Penquis League championship on Oct. 21 at the Jim Robinson Field House in Dover-Foxcroft. The Eagles concluded the season with a perfect 12-0 record.

“We ended our season undefeated!,” head coach Nicole Killam said. “The girls worked hard as a team, and many are playing winter field hockey on a travel team. The future is bright for these girls!”

SeDoMocha won all 10 regular season games, and then bested Piscataquis Community Middle School 4-0 in a Penquis League semifinal on the way to the championship game.

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TEAM CAPTAINS — Posing with the Penquis League championship plaque after a 1-0 win vs. Ridge View are SeDoMoCha captains, from left, Ella Hutchinson, Addie Rayfield, Harloe Boulier, Ava Dunton, and Kendall Killam.

Team members are #1 Lilah French, #2 Rylee Haney, #3 Ava Dunton, #5 Kennedy McKenney, #6 Addie Rayfield, #7 Luci Bisson, #8 Effie Brochu, #9 Kaydense Nelson, #10 Kinsley Hall, #11 Kendall Killam, #12 Harloe Boulier, #13 Ella Hutchinson, #18 Emma Crossman, #21 Ella Annis, goalkeeper Lauren Caruso, goalkeeper Lexi Richardson, head coach Nicole Killam, and coaches Elizabeth Bisson, Eryn Haack, and Megan Ryder.

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GAME-WINNER — Kaydense Nelson holds the ball she scored the winning goal with as SeDoMoCha defeated Ridge View 1-0 in the Penquis League championship.

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