Without leaving the pitch, a field hockey player can’t make a run much longer than going from the right defensive back to left-side inserter on a penalty corner.

Bermudian Springs’ Alyssa Black didn’t seem to mind, especially after the move allowed her to be the last to touch her team’s first goal against Eastern York’s Kelsey Felix, one of the top keepers in the country. The goal swung momentum permanently in the Eagles’ favor in a 2-0 YAIAA Tournament quarterfinal victory on Tuesday at Dover.

Adam Michael can be reached at amichael@gburgtimes.com or follow him on Twitter:@GoodOleTwoNames

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