Girls lacrosse roundup: Threatt, Kakuk lead Old Mill over North County

Girls lacrosse roundup: Threatt, Kakuk lead Old Mill over North County

Dominican jumped out to a quick lead in the opening half by scoring the game's first five goals.

Midfielder Elijah Nixon knocked in a pair of goals, while fellow position running mate Anthony Vaccaro added a solo strike of his own.

On her way to rewriting the record book, Nolan tallied eight goals and three assists to headline the Huskies' offense.

Freshman Olivia Pino (North Andover, Massachusetts/North Andover) netted two goals for Stonehill, while sophomore MacKenzie Pleshaw (Franklin, Massachusetts/Franklin) totaled a goal and assist.

West Islip quickly answered and tied the score at 3 on goals by Samantha Blair, Jaden Hampel and Danielle Marino. In the final 2:42, Atlee notched its final three goals, showcasing its offensive prowess that had led to a competitive first half.

That the Summit turnover was unforced added irony to the home team's injury, as Ridgewood had pressured the Hilltoppers all over the field all day long, using their athleticism to press the home team when it had the ball which forced multiple dispossessions.

SEVERNA PARK 13, ANNAPOLIS 5: Hunter Chadwick scored four goals to lead the Falcons past the Panthers.

"I'm so proud of this team and their effort tonight. I'm proud of them for caring about the right stuff because at the end there, we got lucky".

"We just relied on second nature", Wagner said.

Foard outshot Patton 13-5 and had seven corner kicks to the hosts' two. Madeline Cloyd, Lauren Zinkl and Bronwyn Patterson each chipped in with two goals and Carly Mansur made six saves for South River (8-0).

The Lady Wildcats (2-9, 1-6 NWFAC) battled back from a 2-0 halftime deficit Friday in Statesville, with goals from Nevaeh Williams and Haley Lowman. Granzier scored from McKelvy and Stratis got his second goal of the game midway through the second quarter.

Callahan struck again early in the second quarter to increase the Falcon lead, 4-2.

8-2 is your final. No set scores were available. Freedom was led by Noah Harris' season-best round of 78, good for fourth place on Thursday, while Jared Clontz shot 80 and stayed in third place individually for the year.

For the second time in only three days, the Rising Sun boys' lacrosse team found itself on the wrong side of a one-goal game Wednesday night.