Palmyra’s young backfield, and Mechanicsburg’s new faces, here’s how both coaches see their 2023 high school field hockey season

Win, lose, or draw, Palmyra and Mechanicsburg has become a high school field hockey game not to miss.   “I think we were really excited to play this game, ya know, again,” Cougar senior Keely Bowers said after Palmyra’s 2-1 win on Wednesday. “Coming off last year, it was a tough loss. I think we were ready to get back out there. And, I think we played as a team and worked well with one another. And, we’re happy with that.”   Standing alongside her was senior Morgan Lantz, who said Bowers was “speaking for everyone.”   Palmyra repeatedly reloads field hockey athletes year after year, often sending a drove of them off to play on Division I, II, and III teams. Last year, Mechanicsburg showed them that the Wildcats were catching up. The Mid-Penn Conference teams, also in District 3, made it all the way to the 2022 PIAA…

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