Canyon Crest Academy Varsity Field Hockey: Otay Ranch Tournament winners

Top row from left: Sandy Taylor, Jen Krakower, Caroline Bowman, Ali King, Sydney Calderon, Kate Chamberlain, Ellie Beniston, Madi McIntyre, Coach Analia Carlsson Bottom row from left: Clara Belitz, Reagan Zorn, Natalie Yahnke, Katie Calson, Emma Normoyle, Kelsey Burgett, Thea Hanson, Gabby DePetro, Hayley Schroeder, Anita Kelleher

The Canyon Crest Academy Varsity Field Hockey team, led by Coach Analia Carlsson, participated in the Otay Ranch Tournament held on Sept. 8 and Sept. 15.

Winning all three preliminary rounds in the first weekend of tournament play, the Ravens returned for the second weekend and final rounds.  After winning the quarter and semi-finals in the morning and midday, the outcome of the tournament would now be determined.  With temperatures reaching in excess of 100 degrees that afternoon, the Raven girls had no excuses as they faced last year’s champion, Newport Harbor.  Two goals in the first 14 minutes sealed the deal, resulting in a 2-0 final win for Canyon Crest. This was the 5th shutout of the tournament for the Ravens, who scored 21 goals throughout the tournament with only had one goal against them.  Congratulations Raven’s Field Hockey and Coach Ana.  Go Ravens!

Related posts:

  1. Canyon Crest Academy JV Field Hockey wins Otay Ranch Invitational
  2. Canyon Crest Academy roller hockey team wins title
  3. Canyon Crest Academy wins CIF Boys Varsity Division II Tennis Championship
  4. Falcons win Mila Field Hockey Tourney
  5. Tee off for Canyon Crest Academy athletics at golf tournament May 6

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