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Soccer - 3rd vs. Berkshire School

Event Type: Regular

Date: October 6, 2018


Event Recap:
It was an chilly, overcast afternoon when the PRIDE headed north for a matchup against perrenial powerhouse Berkshire. The short Trinity-Pawling bench faced off against a well-reinforced Berkshire team ready to defend their pitch. The first minutes of the game were hotly contested, with Berkshire on the attack opposed by a stiff defensive unit led by Davvid O'Keefe '20. Berkshire opened the score with a shot that passed just under the crossbar in the 12th minute. A few moments later, a slippery ball and a corner kick made the score 0-2. Berkshire would score two more by the close of the first half. Physical play in the second half resulted in the game taking an ugly turn, with a T-P player a awarded a yellow card after an aggressive play. Rapid pressure allowed Berkshire to take the score to 0-8. Nevertheless play became more back and forth in the closing minutes. Freshman recruit Mason Hughes had his best outing of the season; Sebastien Blanchard '20 made 21 saves, including three occasions where he made two consecutive saves; and Marcus Duell '22 battled a tight hip-flexor to contribute to our midfield efforts. The thirds team will head south for a contest with Brunswick on Wednesday 10/10.

T-P Scoreboard

Saturday, 12/15/2018
Wrestling - Varsity
  Battle @ the Bay Tournament
Basketball - Varsity
  vs. Exeter
L   |  53-46   |  recap
Friday, 12/14/2018
Basketball - Varsity
  vs. Brunswick School
W   |  78-67   |  recap
Basketball - Varsity
  vs. St. Paul's
W   |  59-46   |  recap
Thursday, 12/13/2018
Hockey - Varsity
  vs. Gunnery
L   |  3-4
Wednesday, 12/12/2018
Basketball - Varsity
  West Point Prep
L   |  93-73   |  recap

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