Eagle field hockey tops Burlington

BURLINGTON — The Mount Abraham Union High School field hockey team went on the road on Monday to pick up a Metro Conference win, 2-0, at Burlington.
The Eagles evened their record at 2-2 heading into a Wednesday afternoon game at Colchester, played after deadline for this section. They return home on Tuesday to take on defending Division I champion South Burlington, a team off to a strong start this season.
Against the 1-3 Seahorses, senior forward Jackie Reiss scored twice for Mount Abe, once in the first minute and once in the second half to pad the lead.
Eagle goalie Chessley Jackman turned aside the only shot the Mount Abe defense allowed on her cage, while Seahorse goalie Devin Libby made 10 saves. 

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