GREENE, N.Y. (WKTV) - The Camden field hockey team fell 3-2 to Maine-Endwell in the second overtime of their regional playoff contest Tuesday. It was an exicitng game, with the Lady Spartans never holding more than a one goal cushion all game.
Kayla Koch scored the game's first goal in the first half, to put M-E on top 1-0 after the first thirty minutes of action.
About eleven minutes into the second half, Camden tied up the score, on a goal by Kianne Hinkle, who redirected a shot by Aubrey Coon. But the Spartans quickly took back the lead about two mintues later, as Molly Wolf unloaded a long shot that skirted through the Blue Devil defense and in to make it 2-1.
But Camden refused to go down and with nine minutes left, scored another equalizer, as Coon set up Megan Keil perfectly for the goal.
The two teams went to a ten minute sudden death overtime, in which they played seven on seven. But neither team scored, so they went to a second ten minute session. With 2:57 left in that period, Wolf scored again, this time giving her team the victory.
Camden, who was playing in the regional round for the third time in four years, finished their season at 17-2.
Blue Devil Keeper Heidi Deppmeyer had ten saves in the Blue Devil net, while Maine-Endwell's Julie Slavik had seeven.