Leah Hurwitz, right, of East Chapel Hill moves the ball against the pursuit from Ines Yofre (12) of Chapel Hill during a regular-season game this year. Chapel Hill (14-1) is the No. 1 seed overall in the N.C. field hockey playoffs and will host winless East Forsyth at 6 p.m. Tuesday. East (14-3) is seeded No. 5 and will host Charlotte Ardrey Kell on Wednesday.
Leah Hurwitz, right, of East Chapel Hill moves the ball against the pursuit from Ines Yofre (12) of Chapel Hill during a regular-season game this year. Chapel Hill (14-1) is the No. 1 seed overall in the N.C. field hockey playoffs and will host winless East Forsyth at 6 p.m. Tuesday. East (14-3) is seeded No. 5 and will host Charlotte Ardrey Kell on Wednesday. Fabian Radulescu newsobserver.com
Leah Hurwitz, right, of East Chapel Hill moves the ball against the pursuit from Ines Yofre (12) of Chapel Hill during a regular-season game this year. Chapel Hill (14-1) is the No. 1 seed overall in the N.C. field hockey playoffs and will host winless East Forsyth at 6 p.m. Tuesday. East (14-3) is seeded No. 5 and will host Charlotte Ardrey Kell on Wednesday. Fabian Radulescu newsobserver.com

Field hockey playoffs begin this week, with Chapel Hill seeded No. 1

October 17, 2016 4:59 PM

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