While rain hampered the start of play in this year's Bel Air Women's Summer Lacrosse League, all three games were played Tuesday evening before rain crept back in. Games were played at Southampton Middle School.
As is the norm, Junior Division play opened the action with the Red Cherries beating the Blue Berries, 9-6.
Madison Conroy tossed in a game-high five goals to pace Red, while Hannah Cillo added two goals. Paige Louis and Sarah Zoll also scored goals for Red.
Olivia Becker led the Blue scoring with a pair of goals, while single goals were netted by Paige Iacaruso, Julie Reise, Melissa Crapanzano and Alexa Tokofsky.
The division's only goalie, Kaleigh Sasdelli, played a half in goal for each team. She made four saves in the Red nets and three for Blue.
Blue Sharks lead Seniors
In Senior Division play, the Blue Sharks (3-0) remained unbeaten with a lopsided 14-3 win over the Gold Minions (1-2).
Blue had the game well under control by the half, leading 9-2. Ida Ehrhardt led seven Blue scorers with three goals, while Marisa Braungart, Brittie Andrews, Chelsea Wathne, Kelley Duncan and Amanda Holsclaw each scored two goals. Paulena Dempsey had the other Blue goal.
Gold got a goal and assist from Alexis Susa and goals from Nicole Kress and Kim Eraso.
Blue goalie Shelby Morris recorded 11 saves, while Liz Fricker (four saves) and Roxanne Diedrich (three saves) split time in the Gold goal.
Red beats Green
In the other Senior game, Red Solo Cups (2-1) was also a big winner, beating the winless Green Ninja Turtles (0-3), 13-3.
Brooke Prater led the winners with four goals and one assist, while Alora Gullivan and Jordan Nichols each finished with three goals and two assists. Susie Snee and Jennifer Jacobs added a goal and assist each and Lauren Dooley scored one goal.
Green scoring was handled by Tori Wagner, Kathleen Plumb and Cortney Reid. Stephanie Cornbrooks had an assist.
Jordan Wagner made 10 saves in the Red goal and Abby McClure registered five saves for Green.
The league will be collecting used girl's lacrosse equipment for an inner city girls lacrosse club on June 17, 5 to 8 p.m. at Southampton Middle.
Gator Lacrosse, made up entirely of young ladies from the inner city of Baltimore who have very limited means, is the recipient. Boys equipment will also be accepted.