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Field hockey notebook: What might have been

12 days ago   |   By Boston Herald

In a perfect world, the MIAA would have already crowned a pair of field hockey state champions this month. To say that 2020 has been an imperfect year, however, is an understatement.
With no fall tournaments, field hockey fans are left to wonder what would have been. Well, what better place to wonder than in the final Herald field hockey notebook of the year.
As more teams encounter COVID-19 challenges, the decision to cancel fall tournaments looks better and better. But the great thing about determining mythical titles is that you don't have to worry about contact tracing or last-minute...
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