On Saturday, Dublin faced a gun-slinging, huck-happy team in Eaglebrook School on their home field. After falling behind in the opening minutes, Dublin made defensive adjustments to frustrate Eaglebrook 's attack, and began making better decisions in zone offense. Executing a patient series of swing passes between handlers, cutters found space in the middle of the field and learned the virtues of finding the open continue or reset pass, rather than going for glory in low-percentage, down-field hucks. The team continued to evolve as a unit, growing together in its ability to adjust and communicate on the field. Defensively, Miles Morgan 18, Robbie Bostrup 17, and Silas Howe 18 caused problems for Eaglebrook all day, each recording multiple deflections. AJ Simpson 17, led handlers with six assists, and Miles Morgan led scorers with six goals.