Fishers was held to two goals in the first half, but the Tigers stormed back to kick in four more in the second half en route to their championship victory.
Davy said he talked to his girls about after the match about their progression from the start of the season and how far they had come from that point to last night’s match.
“I just told them I was proud of them — how they played, where they came from at the beginning of the year to now,” said the Arabians coach. “I told them a month ago it probably would’ve been a lot worse than 6-0. So I’m just proud of them for the effort they put in tonight.”
Davy said his younger girls learned from this experience, and he feels like they will come back stronger and more determined for next season.
“That’s the exciting thing about this team is that we have three or four that start varsity, and it’s just a young nucleus that we have in each class," Davy said. "That freshmen and sophomore class has just developed well. We’re excited about next year.”
The Arabians graduate just two girls from this year’s team, with both Ellie Swinney and Hannah Watts being seniors.