Falmouth owns it

March 16, 2015 - photo frame

Falmouth chose a biggest theatre probable to order a punish on Wellesley.

After losing to a Raiders on dual apart occasions over a past calendar year — including final year’s state semifinals — a Clippers put a resounding finish to all of that during a Garden yesterday. Freshman McKenzie Haberl scored during 5:57 of overtime to lift Falmouth to a Division 2 state pretension with a 3-2 feat over Wellesley.

“We’ve had good players consistently during Falmouth,” pronounced Clippers manager Erin Hunt. “Good players step adult when we need it, and we consider that that’s a loyal covenant to this group and what happened today.”

Haberl positively fits that description. The beginner led Falmouth in goals this deteriorate and nothing was bigger than her overtime winner. Haberl jumped on a lax puck in a neutral section and, with no defenders to delayed her down, was means to find a behind of a net for her second idea of a diversion and 23rd of a season.

“This was a best impulse and we have no difference to report it; it’s so surreal,” pronounced Haberl. “With those dual goals and personification with my sister (Maddie), we desired any second of it.”

Falmouth mislaid to Wellesley, 3-2, in a contest final year and afterwards again in a Cape Cod Classic this season. But a Clippers were prepared early yesterday. Four and a half mins into a initial period, sophomore brazen Shannon Upton was fed by Ericka Meissner and gave Falmouth (20-4-2) a discerning 1-0 lead.

Wellesley (19-3-3) answered with an assertive proceed in a descent zone, banishment 10 shots on Clippers netminder Madison Scavotto in a period. At 11:26 of a first, a Raiders finally pennyless by a invulnerability as youth brazen Carley Boyle buried one from only inside a left faceoff circle.

An early Clippers chastisement in a second duration put Wellesley in a position to take a lead and comparison brazen Cecily Docktor did only that 24 seconds into a energy play.

The residue of a duration would go to Falmouth, however. The Clippers had 18 shots on Wellesley goalie Meghan King (35 saves) in a frame. Finally, during a 7:39 mark, Haberl curled things adult on an support from Kelly Farreia.

After a scoreless third period, both teams entered a 12-minute overtime duration with a multiplication climax on a line.

“We all knew going into overtime that we were going to get it done,” pronounced Falmouth comparison Maddie Haberl. “The seniors only looked during any other, meaningful it was the final game, and nothing of us had any doubts that we would win.”

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