Girls lacrosse blows out Northwest 17–3 on senior night

By Michael Gorman

[score id=”44613″ align=”right”] The girls lacrosse team demolished the Northwest Jaguars 17–3 Friday, ending the season on a four-game winning streak and with a 10–2 regular season record.

Midfielder Maddie Parker and attacker Ali Dane combined for nine goals and two assists, an onslaught the Jaguars couldn’t handle. After letting in only one goal in the second half, goalie Hannah Tatem went on the attack and scored.

“It was a great game for us. We still played very well even if it wasn’t our hardest game. We’ve let up in the past,” Parker said. “We made sure to keep playing even though we had a big lead.”

Tatem and Claire Hisle, who took over in goal at halftime, joined forces to make 11 saves and keep the game in control for the Viking defense.

In the second half, after they secured a solid lead, Tatem and defender Annabelle Leahy went on attack, each receiving opportunities to score on their Senior Night.

The playoff schedule has not yet been released.