Greenwich Time: Sacred Heart Greenwich field hockey team advances to the NEPSAC Class A Finals

Greenwich Time: Sacred Heart Greenwich field hockey team advances to the NEPSAC Class A Finals

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The Sacred Heart Greenwich field hockey team is one win away from attaining its ultimate goal.

The top-seeded Tigers advanced to the championship game of the NEPSAC Class A Tournament with a 3-1 win over fourth-seeded Westminster School.

Sacred Heart, which is going after its first NEPSAC title, plays third-seeded Tabor Academy in Sunday’s NEPSAC Class A final at The Rivers School, which is located in Weston, Mass.

“Westminster is a formidable opponent,” Sacred Heart coach Alex Gheorghe said. “They gave us a really tough match and they were very fast in transition. Our team had a lot of great energy, played together and really wanted to win.”

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