"We were down a player and Alyssa made some big saves toward the end of the game and didn't let them back in it." Alex said.
Alyssa will play lacrosse at New Haven University next season.
Rennie and Hana Tankersley
Rennie plans to play at Bucknell University next season, but she is enjoying every moment her younger sister spends on the field.
"It's really great to see her get out there because I know she can play," Rennie said. "She has never really gotten a chance, so I know when she gets a chance, she takes full advantage of it."
"It's a lot of fun," Hana said. "We go home and have the same stories and share a lot of things. She's my role model, too."
Even as a role model, Rennie has no trouble picking her sister's brain.
"It's really helpful to have someone on your team at home who watches you practice and stuff," Rennie said.
Five other girls with sisters can say the same thing.
"I think it's crazy," Rennie said. "You see each other interact with each other and we'll joke around and go like 'Sister-sister' whenever we go up against each other for a ground ball."
Sometimes the other players even get into the sister act
"The other kids on the team want to buddy-up and be sisters, so they all have the little sister thing going on," Ensor said. "Whenever the sisters are getting together, the others will grab somebody else and say 'Be my sister.'"
Emily and Caroline May
Caroline knew she wanted to make varsity as a freshman, and having an older sister on the team prepared her for the journey.
"All winter and all school year that was my goal, and we worked out three times a week," Caroline said.
"We worked out together so we made sure we were both ready for the tryouts," Emily said. "I was proud she made it."
During tryouts, the older sibling took the younger one under her wing.
"She just motivated me through everything and I'm really happy she was there, because otherwise I would have panicked," Caroline said.
The younger May has no fear as the top scoring reserve off the bench, notching her first varsity goal against Fallston.
"It was so exciting," Emily said. "I was so happy for her."