Shaker Heights Boys Junior Varsity Hockey

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Field Hockey Moves to 8-2 With Win Over Stow 3-1

The Shaker Field Hockey team continued their winning ways on the road with a 3-1 victory over the Stow Lady Bulldogs Monday afternoon. Juniors Meagan Mitchell and Caroline Kruithoff each scored for the Lady Raiders while Sophomore Drew Hubbard added the third goal for Shaker. The Lady Raiders will now host Thomas Worthington on Friday at 5pm

Shaker Heights High School Girls Varsity Field Hockey beat Orange High School 8-0

Monday, September 21, 2015 4:30 PM Orange High School AWAY 0 Shaker Heights High School HOME 8 Game Recap Shaker hosted Orange High School and they were able to dominate the full 60 minutes. Goals were scored by Drew Hubbard (2), Meagan Mitchell (1), Jessica Morford (3) and Caroline Webster (2). Assists by Elana Herbst

Shaker Heights High School Girls Varsity Field Hockey falls to Fox Chapel 0-3

Saturday, September 19, 2015 12:00 AM Shaker Heights High School AWAY 0 Fox Chapel HOME 3 Game Recap Shaker struggled to stay consistent throughout the game and fell to Fox Chapel 3-0. They had moments of greatness but were not able to capitalize. Box Scores 1 2 Shaker Heights – – Fox Chapel 1 2

Shaker Heights High School Girls Varsity Field Hockey beat Laurel School – Girls 9-0

Tuesday, September 15, 2015 4:30 PM Laurel School – Girls AWAY 0 Shaker Heights High School HOME 9 Game Recap Shaker Field Hockey played a very strong game today against Laurel with a score of 9-0. There were 7 different scorers today including Haley Brady, Fiona Boyle, Caroline Kruithoff (2), Meagan Mitchell (2), Jessica Morford,

Field Hockey Opens Season with 3-0 Win Over HB

The defending State Championship Field Hockey team opened their season in rousing fashion with a decisive 3-0 victory over neighborhood rival Hathaway Brown.  The Lady Raiders will look to build on their opening game victory with a pair of contests at home this Saturday vs. Ottawa Hills and Maumee Valley Country Day.