Tiger girls’ lacrosse slips past Hanover

HANOVER, N.H. — The Middlebury Union High School girls’ lacrosse team preserved its winning streak in dramatic fashion on Friday, scoring twice in the final 20 seconds to defeat host Hanover, N.H., 11-10.
The Tigers tied the game with 20 seconds left, and then middie Isabel Rosenberg controlled the draw, worked the ball down the field and set up Ella Nagy-Benson’s game-winner.
The Tigers improved to 3-0 with their third road win of this spring, and the defending Division I champions pushed their overall winning streak to 21 games.
Rosenberg led MUHS with four goals and controlled seven draws. Satchel McLaughlin (two assists) and Emily Laframboise (assist) chipped in two goals apiece.

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