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Streaks’ defense green, but good

Shenendehowa's Kendall Scanlon, tries to control an airborne ball in front of Saratoga's Kelsey Briddell Wednesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Shenendehowa's Kendall Scanlon, tries to control an airborne ball in front of Saratoga's Kelsey Briddell Wednesday.
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Saratoga Springs field hockey coach Jo-Anne Hostig implored her team again and again to be aggressive with the ball prior to its Suburban Council opener against Shenendehowa Wednesday at Steuerwald Stad­ium. “That’s what we wanted,” Hostig said. “Instead, they put the pressure on us. We were definitely under a lot of pressure.” Shenendehowa won the statistical battle, but the Blue Streaks took the game, 1-0, with soph­omore Samantha Geils making nine saves in her varsity ...


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