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Girls’ lacrosse: Hatboro-Horsham clinched at least a tie for conference title; Beck hits 200 career goals

Wednesday, 9th May 2012

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/9/12
From SuburbanOneSports.com and Staff Reports

Hatboro-Horsham enjoyed a big Senior Night effort Tuesday as the Hatters clinched at least a tie for the Suburban One Continental Conference championship by downing Central Bucks West, 22-8.

Hatboro-Horsham's Nicole Beck scored her 200th career goal Tuesday as the Hatters clinched at least a tie for the Suburban One Continental title. (Photo courtesy of Red Vest Photo – Ed Donnon)

The Hatters (14-2 overall) are 10-0 in the league and need just one win in their remaining two games (today at Central Bucks East and Thursday at Pennridge) to clinch sole possession of the title.

“It’s awesome for the girls,” said HH coach Duncan Swezey. “Our girls are very happy. We have a heavily senior-led team, so it’s great for them.”

The evening also was special for senior Nicole Beck, who had three goals and two assists and reached the 200-goal plateau for her career. Beck is a 4-year starter and a second-year captain. She is committed to Cal-Berkeley.

Also, Lizzy Carr had a standout game with seven goals and three assists while Cortnee Daley added five goals and three assists and Julie McKay had four goals and two assists. Caroline Hagan added three goals and an assist.

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