‘That’s the best I’ve seen them play,’ Manheim Central field hockey coach Morgan Briggs on 2-1 loss to Penn Manor

It’s bounce-back season.   Or, at least, that’s what Penn Manor and Manheim Central field hockey are both hoping.   They had respectable 2022 seasons, which sparked intense competition between the Lancaster-Lebanon League squads in the early part of the Fall 2023 season.   “Though we lost, that’s the best I’ve seen them play because [Penn Manor] brings out the best in us every time we play them,” Manheim Central head coach Morgan Briggs said. “It’s fun to have a challenging opponent who brings out the best in you.”   The game was a don’t blink kind of game. Penn Manor blasted the first goal. Their lead didn’t last long,  as Manheim Central refused to lag.   “Before we started the game, we said that we wanted to score first to set the tone,” Penn Manor senior Grace Gerner said. “Chloe [Hook] did just that.”   Less than five minutes…

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