Old Mill Girls Varsity Field Hockey: Hard Fought Season Comes to a Close


Jenna Baker

Kaiya Sabur, Midi, First Team Anne Arundel County Coaches.



Bailey Musser and Jenna Baker

This year’s varsity field hockey team’s companionship and teamwork led to quite a few successes, however, despite their grit, lost the championship to Dulaney. 

“We knew we were going to play Dulaney again,” said senior, captain and goalie Becca Creekmore.  “Dulaney has a horrible student section making racial slurs and someone threw a smoke bomb on the field during halftime.  We couldn’t have played harder.” 

Despite their best efforts, the odds were against them and they ended with a score of 0-1.  Captains Kaiyah Sabur and Becca Creekmore both commented on how amazing this years’ team was and how positive their overall attitude was. 

“We played well as a team, we really worked well together,” said junior, captain and middie Sabur.  “[This was] the best team I’ve been on in my sports career attitude-wise.  I’m gonna miss it a lot.” 

Sabur made it to first team, All-Anne Arundel County from the coaches’ selections and Jade Kakuk made it to second team while Emma Fontz (defense) received honorable mention. 

At the end of the day, Old Mill Varsity field hockey had an overall 8-7 record and 6-5 in-county.  They fought hard and worked well together and that’s all any coach could ask for.