Carrboro cans Northwood in historic girls’ lacrosse match

Posted 3/15/19

PITTSBORO — Northwood’s first-ever girls lacrosse match didn’t go as planned on the scoreboard last Tuesday evening in Pittsboro, as the Chargers fell 15-4 to Carrboro.

But make no mistake …

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Carrboro cans Northwood in historic girls’ lacrosse match

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PITTSBORO — Northwood’s first-ever girls lacrosse match didn’t go as planned on the scoreboard last Tuesday evening in Pittsboro, as the Chargers fell 15-4 to Carrboro.

But make no mistake about it, the future is bright for the Lady Chargers.

While the records will show a loss, the positives were many for a Northwood team that boasts almost 40 members and battled the visiting Jaguars the entire way.

All told, four different players, including three freshman, tallied a goal for the white-cladded, green-and-gold-trimmed Chargers.

Katelyn Walsh, a junior, led the way with a goal and an assist while Kendall Laberge chipped in a goal and thee ground balls.

Gwen Hoeg and Cordelia Holst also added goals, while Jenna Konowitz, another freshman, recorded an assist.

In the field, freshman Jenna Knowitz scooped up three ground balls while sophomore Kaya Hill added three more, and senior Danielle Allen and sophomore Madi Horrell one more apiece.

In goal, Horrell went 50 minutes and collected 17 saves as the Jaguars managed 32 shots on goal.

Northwood, Lacrosse

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