Oak Bay High field hockey team heads for provincials

Oak Bay defeated SMUS to become Lower Island champions

The Oak Bay High field hockey team is headed to provincials after taking the May Tully Shield on Nov. 5. Oak Bay’s competitive field hockey team won the shield on UVic turf to wrap up an undefeated 7-0-0 season.

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The AAA Oak Bay beat AA leaders St. Michaels University School 5-0 to become Lower Island champions. Oak Bay last won the Shield in 2012. The team, coached by Milena Gaiga and Kira Starr, also placed second at Islands after a tough battle against Cowichan on Friday. They head to provincials Nov. 14 to 16 at Cloverdale Athletic Park on the Lower Mainland.


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