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Three Historic Triangle teams — York, Jamestown and Lafayette — competed in the 2015 Falcon Invitational Field Hockey Tournament on Friday and Saturday.
The host York Falcons finished the tournament in second place, losing to Mountain View 4-2 in the championship game Saturday.
Jamestown had the best result of the Historic Triangle schools on day one of the tournament, playing to a 2-2 draw against Woodside, which finished the tournament in third place.
Lafayette lost a tough 1-0 game to Bishop Sullivan, while Mountain View topped York 2-0 on the opening day of play.
The Rams managed to keep their tournament hopes alive by shutting out Woodside in a 0-0 draw, while Jamestown dropped its first game of the tournament to Bishop Sullivan 2-0.
The two teams then went head-to-head later that day with the Rams getting the better of the Eagles during a 3-0 win. The Rams (2-1-1) finished the tournament with a win, loss and draw.
Later that day, Jamestown won during 6-0 blowout against Northumberland. The Eagles (2-3-1) finished the tournament with one win, two losses and a draw.
York (2-2) was the only local team to advance to the final round of play after Woodside 4-1 and Northumberland 7-0 on Saturday.
In the championship game, York was edged by Mountain View 4-2 to earn runner-up honors, while Woodside topped Bishop Sullivan 1-0 in the consolation game.
York will travel to New Kent on Monday, Jamestown will visit Tabb on Tuesday and Lafayette will play at Northumberland on Monday.
Mountain View 10, Northumberland 0
Woodside 2, Jamestown 2
Bishop Sullivan 1, Lafayette 0
Mountain View 2, York 0
Woodside 0, Lafayette 0
Bishop Sullivan 2, Jamestown 0
York 4, Woodside 1
Lafayette 3, Jamestown 0
Mountain View 4, Bishop Sullivan 1
Jamestown 6, Northumberland 0
York 7, Northumberland 0
Third Place Game
Woodside 1, Bishop Sullivan 0
Mountain View 4, York 2
Correction: A score has been updated to reflect Lafayette defeating Jamestown on day two of the tournament.