C. Milton Wright hosted a perennial state girls lacrosse power Wednesday, bringing the Century Knights to the turf in Fountain Green. The Knights have been in the state final six of the past seven seasons, winning four of them.
Wednesday, however, it was CMW getting the win, beating the Knights, 14-13, in non-league action.
"Century jumped out quick on us and we talked during our timeout that we needed to increase our intensity and play as a unit to compete with a quality team like Century," CMW head coach Brent Ritz said. "After that timeout we responded, changing the momentum from being down 6-2 to tie the game at the half."
The game was tied 8-8 at the half, and CMW kept pace throughout the next stanza.
"We were able to hold momentum in the second half, mainly due to some great effort on 50/50 balls. Maggie Gallagher and Lauren Haggerty led the way on the offensive end and our defense really tightened up and played cohesively to make Century work much harder for their goals," Ritz said.
Gallagher led with four goals and Haggerty netted three. Haley Alexander and Lauren Cavanaugh also had multiple goals with two each. Alexander and Haggerty added three assists each, and Gallagher had two.
Mustangs goalie Katelyn Miller made seven saves.
Huskies beat Tigers
Patterson Mill traveled to Rising Sun Wednesday and posted a 20-6 victory.
The Huskies outscored the Tigers, 13-2, in the second half after leading 7-4 at the half.
Four Huskies scored four goals. Gabby Vujanic and EJ Karwatka both scored four and both also had four assists. Sam Herman and Gabby Chenworth also scored four each and bot ad one assist.
Kate Lamberti added a goal and assist and other single goal scorers were Sarah Alders, Caitlin Morrell and Haley Scribner. Megan Wedekind chipped in with one assist.
Patterson Mill goalie Abby Smith made five saves.
Warriors beat Elks
Havre de Grace won its second game this week, beating host Elkton, 13-3, Wednesday.
The Warriors led 5-1 at the half.
Katie Thompson scored three goals to pace seven Warrior scorers, while Haley Dean and Kaley Harris had two goals and one assist each.
Lauren Herrington and Martine Ianniello also scored two goals each. Single goals were scored by Colleen McCormick and Taylor Johnson.
Carly Thompson and Lexi Gast were credited with assists. Carly Thompson also had five draw controls and four ground balls.
Katie Thompson, Lexi Brown, Rachel Wilson and Harris also had four ground balls each, and Katie Thompson also caused four turnovers.
Goalie Haley Stewart finished with nine saves.
Wednesday's game between Aberdeen and host Joppatowne was not played because referees did not show up.
Cougars rout Indians
Tuesday was a very light day on the girls lacrosse schedule, but it didn't bother Fallston, which routed visiting North East, 22-4.
Freshman Anna Dennison led nine Fallston scorers with five goals and one assist. Caroline English added four goals and Kayla Reilly also scored four times and dished out assists on six others.
Katie Donhauser, Jesse Wagner and Caroline Scranton added two goals apiece and single goals were scored by Meghan Muldoon, Krista Cooper and Zoe Hurlburt.
Logan Gasior had two assists, while single assists were credited to English, Hurlburt, Wagner, Muldoon, Isabelle Dallam and Jane Bradley.
Fallston goalie Erika Wright made five saves. Fallston led at the half, 13-3.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun