Capital District Player of the Year Cameron Gibson scored the lone goal of the game in the first half, and stellar defense in the second half paced Lee-Davis to a 1-0 win over Hanover to claim their first Capital District Field Hockey Tournament Championship since 2009.
Madison Doss was credited with the assist on the Gibson goal.
Lee-Davis finishes their run through the district at 12-1 and advance to the Central Region Quarterfinals, where they will play the Colonial #2 seed, Douglas Freeman, who upset #1 Maggie Walker Governors School 2-1 in overtime in tonight's Colonial Tournament final.
Hanover finishes 9-5 in district play, and, as the #2 seed in the Capital, will face Maggie Walker Governors School in Monday's quarterfinal round.
Games are supposed to be played Monday at 5:30 at River City Sportsquest, subject, of course, to weather conditions....
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