Commodore girls’ lacrosse to play for title

VERGENNES — The Vergennes-Mount Abraham girls’ lacrosse team’s quest for the program’s first championship — and a perfect season — is alive.
On Tuesday the 16-0 Commodores subdued No. 4 Harwood, 9-6, to earn a berth in the Division II title game in what is the team’s third season. The Commodores won once in their inaugural season and four times in 2018.
In the championship the Commodores will face No. 6 St. Johnsbury (7-7), which upset No. 2 U-32, 10-8, on Tuesday. The game will be played at the University of Vermont on Friday at 4:30 p.m. The Commodores and Hilltoppers did not meet this season.
On Tuesday Grace Harvey scored four times to lead the attack, and goalie Ashley Tierney backstopped the win with nine saves. She and the Commodore defense have not allowed an opponent to score in double figures this spring.
Jalen Cook contributed a goal and an assist and controlled nine draws, and Txuxa Doherty-Konczal, Leah Croke, Siobhan Eagan, and Ryley Olsen added a goal apiece. 
Carolyn North scored three times for Hartford (11-6), and Alice Dwyer added two goals. Hurricane goalie Emi Harlow made 12 saves as the Commodores again racked up an advantage in shots on goal.

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