East Chapel Hill too strong for Northwood girls lacrosse

Posted 4/12/19

CHAPEL HILL — Using a balanced 10 scorer attack here on Tuesday night, powerful East Chapel Hill took a convincing 19-2 triumph over Northwood in 3A Big Eight Conference girl’s lacrosse …

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East Chapel Hill too strong for Northwood girls lacrosse

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CHAPEL HILL — Using a balanced 10 scorer attack here on Tuesday night, powerful East Chapel Hill took a convincing 19-2 triumph over Northwood in 3A Big Eight Conference girl’s lacrosse action.

Northwood (0-3, 0-7) battled fiercely in the contest but subsequently succumbed to the older and more experienced East Chapel Hill (3-0, 7-2) squad.

Kendall Laberge scored two goals to lead the Chargers in the loss while Valerie Scull chipped in an assist.

In the field for Northwood, Jade Delgado recorded a ground ball and an interception while Jenna Konowitz and Julia Colen added three ground balls each, and Laberge and Bailey Gauci two ground balls apiece.

Madi Horrell and Abbie Wright each worked 25 minutes in goal for the Chargers with Horrell collecting 15 saves and Wright nine.

East Chapel Hill was led offensively by four goals and three assists from Molly Reed while Flynn Reed chipped in three goals and two assists, Emma Long three goals, Riley Wernoski two goals and two assists, and Regan Reed two goals and an assist.

Also for the Wildcats, Riley Ellis collected two goals and an assist, Keelin Caffrey a goal and an assist, and Rachel McKoy, Natalie Enyedi and Lauren Baker a goal each.

Nicole Davis took the win in goal for East Chapel Hill as the senior worked the opening half and while sophomore Tyler Nordby notched a save by going all 25 minutes in the net in the final half.

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