Lynnfield's Julia Carbone attempts to steal the ball from a Triton player during a game at Lynnfield High. (Item Photo: Jakob Menendez)
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Lynnfield field hockey falls at home to CAL foe Triton

LYNNFIELD ― Lynnfield's field hockey team fell to the Triton Vikings 2-0 on the Pioneers' home turf Tuesday evening.

Fans watching may have predicted a different result, as for the first two quarters Lynnfield controlled possession and created some quality scoring chances.  However, the Pioneers defending on corners would prove to be their downfall.

Lynnfield head coach Samantha Pindara said after the match that the Pioneers knew that Triton was a quality team that could capitalize off of corners. Still, she was happy with the performances of her players.

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