DANBURY — High school teams throughout Connecticut have had to deal with multiple challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. The Immaculate field hockey team was no exception.
The Mustangs were in quarantine the first two weeks of the season due to the virus. The first week back there were limited one-hour practices followed by another two-week shutdown due to another COVID-19 quarantine. On Friday, the Mustangs played Barlow in the South-West Conference South Division without their top two goalies — Maddie Moreau and Alivia Garcia — who didn’t test positive with the virus but were exposed and in quarantine.