Tiger girls’ lacrosse ousted by Wolves
SOUTH BURLINGTON — Host No. 2 seed South Burlington ended the No. 7 Middlebury Union High School girls’ lacrosse team’s season on Friday with a 17-8 victory in a Division I quarterfinal.
The Tigers had won four out of its previous five games, including a first-round playoff victory, before falling to the 14-2 Wolves. They finished their season at 6-10.
Sam Crane led SBHS with five goals and four assists, Mia Kaczmarek score four goals and assisted one, and Miranda Hayes (four assists), Ava Goyette and Mercedes Rozzi each scored twice. Wolf goalie Greta Heldman made 10 saves.
Ivy Doran led the Tigers with three goals, Alanna Trudeau scored a pair, and Nora Wooten, Sophie Larocque and Lia Robinson added one apiece. Goalie Ava Schneider made 10 saves.
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