‘All we can really be happy with is coming out of the game with a good team win,’ Cumberland Valley’s Caylin Donlevy on beating Central Dauphin 5-2

While Cumberland Valley ousted Central Dauphin 5-2 at home Tuesday, the two teams are an example of high schools that continue to cultivate field hockey talent.   The contest sounds like a drubbing, but it wasn’t until the fourth quarter that the Eagles had an epiphany to stay focused on a collective outcome.   “I think that it’s over and we have Mifflin County Thursday,” Eagles junior Hayven Mumma said. “We need to play the same way we played today. Go out, hard and win, and be undefeated in the Commonwealth.”   Both the Eagles and the Rams are part of the Mid-Penn Conference’s Commonwealth Division. It doesn’t pale in comparison to the talent in any other Mid-Penn division, but it has in recent years been in the shadows of recognition that the Keystone Division gets.   Cumberland Valley is focused on winning the Commonwealth this season, and on making…

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