Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/26/11
Archbishop Carroll came close to defeating the No. 12 team in the country today in the AmLax Lacrosse Challenge at St. Petersburg, Fla.
The Patriots (1-1) suffered a heartbreaking 10-9 loss to Vero Beach (11-0), which is ranked in the ESPN RISE Powerade Fab 50 poll and has been playing games for two months.
Carroll entered its opening weekend ranked No. 32 and also defeated Florida’s Lake Brantley, 17-8, on Friday. Lake Brantley was ranked No. 29.
Hannah Schmitt, who scored nine goals in Friday’s win, had four on Saturday. Sheila Johnson added two goals while Sam Moore, Natalie Schmitt and Maddie Lesher each scored once.
Katie Boyle had nine saves in goal.
Central Bucks East 10, Emmaus 6
Jamie Burns exploded for six goals to lead the Patriots. Lauren Wicks added a pair of goals while Carrie Gillen and Carolyn Remmey both added single goals.
Remmey had a hand in six of East’s 10 goals as she also handed out five assists. CB East goalie Madie Steuber turned away nine shots.
Mara Scaliti, Megan Starner and Kady Warsavage stood out on defense.
Council Rock North 9, West Chester Rustin 7
Sparked by the five-goal, one-assist effort of Kara Magley, the Indians rebounded from their overtime loss to Hatboro on Friday to defeat Rustin.
Lindsay Rheiner and Becky Ely each added a pair of goals with Ely also contributing three assists. Mikaela Gribbin and Jackie Strange also contributed one assist each.
Goalie Taylor Beck turned away five shots for the Indians, who trailed 5-2 at the the intermission, but scored six unanswered goals in the second half to seize control of the game.
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