TopLaxRectuits.com, Posted 5/27/13
From Staff Reports & US Lacrosse
Philly players shined Sunday in the second and final day of the US Lacrosse National Tournament at Lehigh University.
Nine players from Philly were named to the Seniors’-only All-Star Team. The All-Stars were:
Seniors Only All-Tournament Team
Taylor Bleistein (Locust Valley, N.Y), Forest team
Meghan Cobb (Tower Hill, DE), Maroon
Grace Collins (Radnor, PA), Navy
Sophie duPhily (Kennett, Pa.), Maroon
Jules D’Orazio (Merion Mercy, Pa.), Navy
Dominique Dotson (Longwood, N.Y), Forest
Tess Drotar (Pine-Richland, Pa.), Red
Olivia Gannon (Mount St. Joseph, Pa.), Navy
Paige Jenkins (Bayard Rustin, Pa.), Red
Abby Junior (Radnor, Pa.), Navy
Sophie McCoy (Tower Hill, DE), Maroon
Christine Palmeri (North Allegheny, Pa.), Red
Shannon Quinn (Radnor, Pa.), Navy
Bairre Reilly (Locust Valley, N.Y.), Forest
Macy Scott (Toms River South, N.J.), Forest
Here are other highlights:
*South Jersey South junior midfielder Marie McCool (Moorestown) was named as one of nine finalists for the Heather Leigh Albert Award at the top Schoolgirls Player of the tourney. Kelly Myers (St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes) of Onondoga champion DC Metro 1 was the HLA winner.
*South Jersey South 1 placed third in the Onondoga (top division) division, defeating DC Metro 2, 12-10, in the third-place consolation game after bowing to Long Island Metro 1, 15-6, in the semifinals. SJ South nearly defeated DC Metro 1 in the first game, but lost a five-goal lead and fell, 8-7.
*Philly 1 lost to Lower New England 1, 11-9, in the seventh-place game in the Onondaga Division.
*Philly 2 placed fourth in the Seneca Division, bowing to Lower New England 2, 12-6, in the third-place consolation.
*Philly 3 placed fourth in the Oneida Division falling to Baltimore Metro 3, 10-8, in the third-place consolation.
Here is a recap of the Schoolgirls Division winners:
Onondaga – DC Metro 1 defeated Long Island Metro 1, 8-7, on a last-minute goal by Olivia Mikkelsen (St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes). Click here for full story.
Seneca – Long Island Metro 3 defeated Lower New England 3, 11-7. Allison Kennedy, Nicole Levy, Haley O’Hanlon and Sarah Phillips all had two goals for Long Island. Weezie Gross and Rachel Hardej each had two goals for Lower New England.
Oneida – New Hampshire/Vermont defeated Colorado 1, 12-11. Lindsey Reynolds scored the game-winner with 34 seconds left and Mickenzie Larivee led NH/VT with three goals. Kendra Lanuza led Colorado with three goals.
Tuscarora – North Carolina 1 defeated Lower New England 5, 9-8. Natalie Wallon scored the game-winning goal with just 29 seconds left and Shelby Scanlin had five goals for North Carolina. Krissy Schafer led Lower New England with four goals.
Mohawk – Washington State defeated New Hampshire/Vermont 2, 9-6. Katie Bucy led Washington with three goals while Jesse Jay and Hannah Seibel each had three goals for NH/VT.
Cayuga – Southern Ohio defeated Central Pennsylvania, 10-9, in OT. Kara Marth scored the game-winner with 1:53 left in overtime and had three goals, including the tying goal with 2:45 left in regulation. Kelly Daggett led Central Pennsylvania with three goals.
Iroquois – Georgia 2 defeated Colorado 2, 13-4. Madeline Prescott and Chandler McCarney each scored three goals to lead Georgia 2 and Camryn Chisholm led Colorado with three goals.
Seniors’ Only Division – Forest defeated Navy, 15-14, OT. Bairre Reilly (Locust Valley, N.Y) scored the game-winning goal with one second left in overtime and was named the Beth Stone Award as the top player in the Seniors’ Only Division. Reilly had four goals and Macy Scott (Toms River South, N.J.) scored five goals for Forest.