Varsity field hockey has big weekend, picking up two wins


Ty George, Sports Reporter

On Saturday, the Rangers varsity field hockey team took care of business defeating Grosse Pointe North 10-0. After waking up early to go play in the heat they came out with a well-deserved win. The goals were dispersed throughout different people on the team. 3 of the goals were scored by senior Kirsten Fentzke. Madison Bruno added 2 herself and Rain Tarango netted a pair as well. Mallory Jacobs, Karah Martin, and Madisyn Bunke each scored a goal helping with the blowout victory.

“Something that helped us win the first game, was connecting our passes and running our plays correctly,” said junior forward-midfielder Madisyn Bunke.

The Rangers played the second game against Dearborn and beat them 3-0. By the start of this game, the turf had reached a dangerous temperature of 95 degrees. Kirsten Fentzke had another big game with 2 goals with great tips off of shots by players to her at the corner to push in clear of the goalie. Madison Bruno had a goal that was off of a backsweep and juggled through a group of people yet still managing to find the net.

“With 2 solid wins this weekend we are reaching nearer and nearer to our end goal of a state championship,” Madison Bruno said. “We look very connected and concentrated with our plays right now.”