Girls Lacrosse: Eastlake 10, Olympian 4

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Two goals from Thomas Sarjeant and one from Blake Gross increased the lead over the Hawks by three, 11-8, with 7:25 remaining in the third quarter.

Zoe Hunt and Megan Kreitler each had three ground balls.

Notes: Curnal finished with a goal and three assists for the Tigers and also won five draws. Senior Kaitlyn Stackpole (Massapequa, New York/Kellenberg) paced the Panthers defense with eight caused turnovers and four ground balls, while dishing out an assist.

Four of the Gaels' eight goals in the 8-1 victory were credited to the senior, who has already scored 22 goals and racked up 30 points this year. Julia Putzi added a goal and an assist for the Falcons. Westminster scored the first two goals of the second quarter for a 4-2 lead.

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.

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Cait Gaitley scored 10 goals to match Ashley Glenn for the most scored by an Albion player in a game. Chase Flinders was responsible for one caused turnover and picked up four ground balls.

Sarjeant and Lane Kadish each had five points to lead the team.

Stonehill threatened to get back into the game with three-straight goals within a minute to pull within seven (12-5) with 19:38 still to play.

Lacrosse couldn't overcome six unanswered second half goals from Virginia as they fell 18-10 on senior day.

The first goal scored for the Bombers was by junior midfielder Erin McGee.

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