Girls Lacrosse: Eastlake 10, Olympian 4

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With the win, the Lady Chargers improved to 6-6 (5-1 CACC). In addition to Colford's eight-point barrage, the Seahawks received three points from Reilly, and junior attack Marjorie Dehm, with each hitting for two goals and one assist on the afternoon. Scannell also chipped in with three draw controls and a ground ball, while Graziano collected four ground balls and three draws.

Lily Sheridan added two goals and two assists and Natalie Sonntag had two goals and an assist for the Patriots. Senior Taylor Shannahan (Mendham, New Jersey/Morris Catholic) scored a goal and added five ground balls and a caused turnover.

1st half, Olympians' Kaylanie Surio scores the first goal of the game to give the Eagles the early lead.

Max Pinilis finished with three goals and two assists while Brandon Sukert added three goals for Randolph, which trailed by two at the half before scoring seven consecutive goals in the second half.

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We hit the ball solid and played excellent defense, " the coach added. "Overall, I am really proud of the team as a whole". Troy's second run came as Logan Calhoun knocked a single into right field to bring home Hope Hernandez.

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Southern Virginia continued to dominate in the third frame, scoring six more times to bring the unanswered goal streak to 13.

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.

Eva Greco scored six goals as the Wilton High girls lacrosse team scored its second win in a row with a 17-2 victory over Brien McMahon at home on Tuesday. The Seahawks are on the road next weekend for a pair of NEC tilts, beginning on Friday, April 20 when they make the short trek to LIU Brooklyn for a 4:00 p.m. contest with the Blackbirds.

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