"We didn't play defense too much, and that's something we've been practicing a lot," Chang said. "So it's tough to gauge how we played."
Plymouth Whitemarsh scored six goals in the first quarter. Colonials junior Jake Brown scored twice in the first quarter and assisted on three goals.
By the end of the first half, the game was already out of reach. Brown had three goals, and sophomore Alex Bilodeau had four.
Colonials junior Deqwan Phillips scored three of Plymouth Whitemarsh's four goals in the second half.
"Offensively, we played pretty well, especially toward the end of the first half," Chang said.
As an attacker, Brown often found himself as the center of the Colonials' offense in the first half. He said the chemistry he has developed with Bilodeau is one of the team's greatest strengths on offense.
"We like to move the ball around, make cuts, and get it inside," Brown said. "And we're always making dodges."
Plymouth Whitemarsh, which qualified for the district playoffs last year, will host Allentown Central Catholic on Thursday in a game that Chang said will be a better measure of his team's ability.
Cheltenham 0 0 0 0 - 0
Plymouth Whitemarsh 6 8 3 1 - 18
Goals: PW-Alex Bilodeau 4, Jake Brown 3, Shane Hickey 2, Andrew Jones, Brett Kaplan, Ryan Kelly, Corey Kelly, Deqwan Phillips 3, Perry Sopinsky, John Walker.
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