Keep the goals, passing, and communication going: Palmyra’s Jovie Weaver on Cougar’s 4-2 win against nationally-ranked Warwick

Palmyra’s Mallory Hudson said she was “happy with the score” of the Cougars game against Warwick.   “I think all season, one of our main goals is to work on our passing, and I think we had a game on Monday against Red Land that wasn’t the outcome that we wanted,” Hudson said after Wednesday’s game at Warwick. “So, our focus at practice yesterday was just, really focusing on our passing.”   The final score favored the Cougars 4-2. The first goal was fired off just under 90 seconds into the first, which boosted Palmyra’s winning mindset, she said. Warwick, which joined Palmyra in MAX Field Hockey’s national rankings in week two, kept pace with Palmyra. Palmyra is currently ranked No. 9 and Warwick No. 18 by the stats-based website.   “Even though they had two goals scored against us, this game was a good confidence booster since Monday’s game,”…

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