Marcellus girls lacrosse stops Westhill

J-E earns first win of season over Tully

Maggie Tripodi, in particular, cleaned up, earning four goals and five assists. Nicole Easterly scored five times, while Mizer and Liable each got three goals and one assist. Stack, Tangredi, Sophia Dower and Mariah Pierce had one goal apiece.

Jordan-Elbridge, still looking for its first win of 2013, got close again last Monday against LaFayette, but still lost a 9-7 decision to the Lancers.

No one on the Eagles’ defensive side could contain LaFayette star Cassley Jackowski, who scored six times. It was her efforts that allowed the Lancers to inch to a 5-3 halftime lead and respond every time J-E tried to rally in the late going.

Kelsey Youmell, in defeat, had a three-goal hat trick. Kali Kimak earned two goals, while Gabby Thorpe and Kelsey Soderburg earned one goal apiece. Morgan Conroy finished with 11 saves.

But the Eagles would break through two days later, taking down Tully 9-8. What made it better was that the Black Knights led 5-4 at halftime, but J-E, aided in no small part by Conroy’s 18 saves, came back and inched in front down the stretch.

Offensively, Marissa Malvaso picked up three goals and one assist. Youmell scored twice, with Thorpe, Kimak, Antonia Malvaso and Alexis Malvaso earning one goal apiece.

J-E went to halftime of Friday night’s game at Cazenovia tied at 6-6, but could not keep up with the Lakers in the latter stages and took a 13-9 defeat.

Kimak still had three goals, with Youmell and Marissa Malvaso each scoring twice. Soderburg and Alexis Malvaso also had goals as Conroy gained 14 saves. Cazenovia had Jessie Matt and Kristie Kleine score three goals apiece, fed by Kayla Dorrance and her five assists.

Bishop Ludden-Bishop Grimes lost, 12-2, to Onondaga last Monday night, only getting goals from Nicole Granteed and Kellie Byrne, with Teresa Shattuck adding an assist. Meg Farrell had 12 saves as Rachel Akshar led the Tigers with four goals and one assist.

The Gaelic Knights did manage two more goals in Thursday’s game against Skaneateles, but still lost 16-4 to the Lakers. Teresa Shattuck scored twice, with Granteed and Gemma O’Kane notching the other goals.

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