Tiger girls’ lax splits two games
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School girls’ lacrosse team, finally on its home field, split a pair of recent games and stood at 2-4 heading into another road game, at Essex on Wednesday.
On Friday, April 29, the Tigers defeated visiting Mount Mansfield, 14-6, behind balanced scoring and a strong defense led by Ivy Doran, according to Coach Dena Greenman.
Sophie Larocque led the attack with six goals and an assist, and Alanna Trudeau had three goals and two assists. Also contributing offensively were Ada Weaber (two goals, two assists), Lia Robinson (two goals, one assist) and Nora Wootten (one goal, one assist).
On Monday, Division II title contender Burr & Burton knocked off the Tigers for the second time this season, 18-6.
Tatum Sands (seven goals, two assists), Sadie Stefanak (four goals, three assists) and Grace McDonald (four goals, one assist) produce most of the Bulldog offense.
Larocque and McKenna Raymond each scored twice for the Tigers, and Wootten and Nyna Cole added a goal apiece. Goalie Ava Schneider had six saves for Middlebury.
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