Girls lacrosse previews for Dulaney, Hereford, Loch Raven and Towson [Pictures]
Hereford won the Baltimore County girls lacrosse championship last season, and Loch Raven captured a Class 2A/1A regional title before falling in the state semifinals. Dulaney was one game away from reaching the state's final four, and Towson was ousted in the first round of the regionals. Here's the outlook for the four teams this season.
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Loch Raven's Lindsey Wagner, right, and Lindsey Farrell team up for the Raiders.( File photo/2013 / May 15, 2013 )
Loch Raven's 2013 record: 8-6. Coach Tracy Hanley's quote: "We have our strongest attack we have had in years."
Breakdown: Attack will be the Raiders' strength with senior Caleigh Belkoff and junior Alexis Corbitt expected to lead. Additional scoring should come from freshman attacker Taylor Dodd. "She is phenomenal," the coach said. The return of senior midfielder Courtney Genovese and junior midfielder Lindsey Wagner should help make up for the graduation of last year's leading scorer, Meredith Moore. Genovese scored 42 goals last year, and Wagner totaled 31 goals and 13 assists. Junior midfielder Lindsey Farrell adds excellent depth to the position.
Defense is where Loch Raven had its biggest losses to graduation. Senior Emma Norman leads a unit that also includes junior Yelee Kim and sophomores Alyssa Demski and Veda Nowowieski. In goal, the Raiders feature sophomore Kyra Anderson and junior Erin Cullinan.