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Michel scores five goals in Warwick’s win vs. L-S Girls Lacrosse
Senior Meredith Michel scored a season-high five goals and the Warwick girls lacrosse team edged Lampeter-Strasburg 11-8 in non-league action in Lampeter on Monday.
Michel, who now has 15 goals for the season, helped the Lady Warriors build a 6-4 lead at the half. Jamie Martin and Marleise Emrhein scored two goals apiece as well in a Warwick attack which held a 23-17 advantage in shots.
In the second half, the Warwick girls (1-3 league, 2-5 overall) denied the Lady Pioneers any thoughts of a comeback, outscoring the hosts 5-4 to finish off the win. Maddie Long paced L-S with three goals and four assists in the losing cause.
Alex White chipped in with a goal and assist for Warwick, Jovonna Jewell also found the back of the net, and Courtney Weaver added an assist. Kelsea Hershey and Jess Cochis stood tall with six and three saves, respectively, in goal for the Warwick girls.
Last Friday, Manheim Township’s Molly Hendrick finished with a game-high six goals and the Lady Blue Streaks earned a 19-7 Section One win over Warwick in Neffsville.
Leading 10-4 at the half, the Township girls scored Warwick 9-3 in the second to seal it.
Meredith Michel led the Lady Warriors’ attack with three goals in the losing cause. Jess Talbot added two tallies, while Alex White chipped in with a goal and assist.
Overall, the Lady Streaks outshot Warwick 30-11. Jess Cochis and Kelsea Hershey combined for 11 saves in goal for the Warwick girls.
Penn Manor’s Eryn McCoy led all scorers with eight goals and the Lady Comets took a 10-6 halftime lead on their way to a 17-10 win over Warwick last Wednesday, April 3 in Section One action in Lititz.
Alex White had three goals and an assists, while Meredith Michel chipped in with three tallies to lead Warwick’s attack in the loss. Jess Talbot scored two goals and Bailey Ashworth and Marleise Emrhein also found the back of the net for the Lady Warriors.
Penn Manor outshot Warwick 24-14 and Warwick keepers Kelsea Hershey and Jess Cochis combined for seven saves. More GIRLS LAX, page B-2
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