River Hill girls soccer pulls out playoff win over Wilde Lake in double overtime


In a game between the county’s two best teams that included pinpoint passing, sound defense, game-saving stops and physicality and intensity all over the field,

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River Hill defeats Wilde Lake in overtime during a 2A south regional girls soccer playoff game at River Hill High School on Thursday, Nov. 1.

In a game between the county’s two best teams that included pinpoint passing, sound defense, game-saving stops and physicality and intensity all over the field, Thursday’s playoff clash between River Hill and Wilde Lake girls soccer ultimately came down to a pair of fortuitous bounces, one benefiting each side, about a second apart.

Almost midway through the second overtime, with the Hawks and Wildecats knotted at one in the 2A South, Section I final, Hawks junior midfielder Jamie Caine found herself with a point-blank shot from inside the goal area with the goalkeeper out of position. Her chip was nearly perfect; well over the head of diving goalie Jenna Hutchison and placed where no other Wildecats defender could reach it. But before the ball could pierce the top netting, it encountered a different obstacle: the top crossbar.

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