Girls lacrosse roundup: Threatt, Kakuk lead Old Mill over North County

Leslie Hanson
April 15, 2018

Caporuscio put on a show again, casually stepping into a bullet of a goal from mid-range, skipping another goal through traffic and finding the open man for three assists in the loss. Madeline Cloyd, Lauren Zinkl and Bronwyn Patterson each chipped in with two goals and Carly Mansur made six saves for South River (8-0).

The Wreckers, however, went on a 4-1 run to close the first half, and then scored two of the first three goals in the second half to close the gap to 13-7 with 14:58 remaining in the game.

Freshman Olivia Pino (North Andover, Massachusetts/North Andover) netted two goals for Stonehill, while sophomore MacKenzie Pleshaw (Franklin, Massachusetts/Franklin) totaled a goal and assist.

ARUNDEL 16, MEADE 3: Kayla Ross had four goals and an assist, Tiffany Lee added two goals and two assists and Katie Keane pitched in with two goals and an assist as the Wildcats defeated the Mustangs. "We moved the ball really well in the midfield and we were shooting well". But West scored the winning goal off a corner kick in the final minute of the game. Scannell also chipped in with three draw controls and a ground ball, while Graziano collected four ground balls and three draws.

Shelton High's girls lacrosse team picked up its first win of the season with a 15-3 triumph over visiting Wolcott on Friday night. Louisville used a 4-0 run to take a 4-2 lead over 12 minutes. The Marcellus, N.Y. natives 11 points in a single game ties a program record set by Nolan earlier this season. Louisville scored two to lead 6-4.

They'll certainly be in the mix later this season with scoring threats like Malia and Caporuscio, who had his 100th goal recognized at halftime - just a few games into his sophomore season.

Out of the break, Louisville jumped on the board first to take a 7-6 lead at 28:37. Callahan responded a minute later off an assist from Larkin for Green Hope's 10th goal of the game. "We knew we couldn't let them take the lead and we didn't". Then, it was Alex Thompson who buried a goal to put the Spartans in the lead by a pair. Hagerup ran past the Cardinals defense to score her hat trick and close out the win. Both teams finished with 18 ground balls and three free position goals. On Sunday, April 22, Wagner concludes it mini-two-game road swing with a matchup in New Britain, CT vs.

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