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

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It wasn't easy. West Islip eventually got hot in the latter stages of the game and consecutive goals by Blair and Catie Lang tied it at 7.

Patton's next chance at program history comes Tuesday at home against nonconference Denver ahead of Thursday's Senior Night contest with Watauga. Sophomore midfielder Connor McClelland had three goals.

Graziano stretched the Adelphi run to seven goals to start the second half, assisted by Johnson, 27-seconds in. Kayla Minton, Haley Betch and Kailyn McCulloch each had two goals and an assist for Severna Park (3-4). Avery Weaver had two hits and stole a base and Emma Price had one hit and drove in three runs. We're going to keep punching.

"I think we were able to play more offense", St. Christopher's coach John Burke said of the second half. She also collected two ground balls for the Panthers.

Allyna Threatt scored four goals and Jade Kakuk had three goals and three assists to lead Old Mill to a 14-1 victory over North County on Friday.


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

"I'm so proud of this team and their effort tonight".

"We are both new head coaches but (Barrett) ... had a familiarity here", Soule said.

"We had a tough preseason ... getting blown out a couple times and not knowing where we stood", said Barrett said, who took over for Joe Hezlep, a six-time state champion in his 10 years at the school.

Foard outshot Patton 13-5 and had seven corner kicks to the hosts' two.


The Spartan's defense did exactly what they needed to do as well, holding the Wildcats to only 2 goals.

Parker called timeout early in overtime as Rising Sun (1-4 overall, 0-2 Chesapeake) obtained possession in its offensive end.

Freedom's singles wins Wednesday came from No. 1 Neftali Ramirez (6-2, 6-0), No. 3 Garret Halford (6-1, 6-1), No. 4 Carlos Morris (6-0, 6-2), No. 5 Devin Aldrich (6-4, 6-4) and No. 6 Aaron Pitts (6-1, 6-1).

8-2 is your final. 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.

Lake Norman's boys lacrosse team personally saw to it that the previous existing tie atop the Conference 13 standings was solidly broken in its favor when dealing then-co-circuit frontrunner Lake Norman Charter a decisive, 17-3 defeat.


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