‘The actual corner didn’t play how it was supposed to,’ Hershey’s Meg McDonald on scoring the game-winner against Lower Dauphin field hockey

The day before Lower Dauphin traveled to Hershey to play in one of the best high school field hockey backyard rivalries in the United States, Hershey was goofing off at practice.   “They make me nervous,” Hershey head coach Savanna Lenker said walking off the pitch Wednesday after the Trojans squeezed out a 3-2 win with no time remaining on the clock in regulation. “I’m more of a focused, pay attention to the details person, but the girls were just having fun.”   Maybe that’s all it took to shake off the nerves in the Mid-State’s high school version of a Carolina vs. Duke, Red Sox vs. Yankees, or Penn State vs. Ohio State atmosphere.   “Our main thing going into this game was to have fun,” Hershey captain Anne Gardner said. “Everyone was nervous, but we didn’t know if we were going to win or lose this game. Our…

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