Delran (9) at Rancocas Valley (12) - Boys Lacrosse

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The first half was all Providence as the Friars entered the second half with a 6-2 lead over the Golden Eagles and sophomore midfielder Ryan Nawrocki had a hattrick by halftime.

For much of the game the Red Storm had their way on offense, scoring in spurts off transition in the first half.

O'Rourke cut it to a one-goal game with 13:24 to go in the half, but Saint Joseph's scored the next four goals to take an 8-3 lead into the locker room.

SOUTH RIVER 21, CHESAPEAKE 6: Kelsey Winters netted five goals and three assists, Kathleen Sullivan scored four goals and Alexis Grant produced three goals and an assist as the Seahawks defeated the Cougars. Granzier scored from McKelvy and Stratis got his second goal of the game midway through the second quarter.

Shelton dominated the possession game, beginning with strong play off the draws. We had a lot of people contributing offensively and consistently shut down Louisville's attack.

"We hit some at 'em balls".

ARUNDEL 16, MEADE 3: Kayla Ross had four goals and an assist, Tiffany Lee added two goals and two assists and Katie Keane pitched in with two goals and an assist as the Wildcats defeated the Mustangs. LaMantia also scored and Olivia Gladstein had two assists.

Senior goalkeeper Rachel Vander Kolk (Severna Park, Md.) had a season-high 13 saves with two ground balls and a caused turnover.

This past week, Coronado's Girls' Lacrosse team played twice, the first against La Jolla High School. It was now Wagner's turn to respond as the Seahawks unleashed yet another 5-0 run, capped by a score from Anna Belle Reilly, off of a Colford assist, with 6:05 left which put the Seahawks back on top, 11-10. That lead stood for the remainder of the first quarter.

West Islip quickly answered and tied the score at 3 on goals by Samantha Blair, Jaden Hampel and Danielle Marino. "I'm proud of them for caring about the right stuff because at the end there, we got lucky". Louisville converted a free position to tie the game once again.

Hagerup sparked a 6-0 run with back-to-back goals.

Sophomore Alison Johnson (Middle Island, New York/Longwood) dished out eight assists on her way to 11 points, by adding three goals, to lead Adelphi to the win. Mueller then notched a hat trick and later found Shoemaker for a goal.