MAV girls’ lax nets two triumphs
VERGENNES — The Mount Abraham-Vergennes girls’ lacrosse team improved to 6-4 with a pair of recent one-sided road victories. Standings are not up to date on the Vermont Principals’ Association website, but it appears the Commodores could be in fourth place in Division II; they are 6-4, and their last three wins have not been recorded.
On this past Friday, MAV breezed at Lamoille, 21-1. Reese Gernander led the attack with eight goals and an assist, followed by Annie Dufault (four goals, three assists), Anna Stillwell (three goals, three assists), and Nell Harvey and Kennedy Denecker (a goal and two assists apiece). Four other Commodores added a goal apiece, and goalie Carley Cook made two saves.
On Monday, MAV topped host Colchester, 14-2, as Anna Stillwell led the way with two goals and an assist. Junie Yates-Risch, Gernander, Safi Camara and Dufault added two goals apiece. Siena Stanley chipped in a goal and an assist, and Liana Gay, Cassandra Guillmette, and Nell Harvey contributed a goal each. Cook made six saves. Laker goalie Mei-Ling Cottrel made 23 saves for her 4-8 team.
The Commodores were scheduled to travel to Stowe on Wednesday.
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