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Bel Air lacrosse league for women begins 22nd year

The Bel Air Women's Summer Lacrosse League began its 22nd season Tuesday, but because of low registration numbers, the league has just senior division play the year.

In the first action of the season, played at Rockfield Park's Ewing Street Field, Little Miss Moonshine and Recyclables picked up wins over Dark Knight and 'Merica, respectively.

Little Miss Moonshine earned the first win, beating Dark Knight, 12-7. The game was tied 7-7 with 12:40 to play, before the winners scored five unanswered goals en route to the win.

Kathleen Plumb and Kelley Duncan scored three goals each to pace the winners, while Alora Gullivan and Caroline Stanley added two goals apiece. Amanda Malkowski and Sara Pippen added a goal each.

Aloise Diedrich and Brooke Prater paced Dark knight with a pair of goals each, while single goals were tallied by Makenzie Aponte, Ashley Pietra and Cortney Chen.

Moonshine goalie Kaitlyn Neumeister made six saves, while Dark Knight keeper Roxanne Diedrich recorded eight saves.

Recyclables edge 'Merica

Recyclables picked up an 8-7 win, but not without a run by 'Merica. Recyclables led 8-3 with 11:31 to play, before 'Merica reeled off four goals to get close and then time ran out.

Alexis Susa's three goals led the winners, while Sabrina Spence, Susie Snee, Paige Orpin, Nicole Terry and Maddi Cypher each had single goals. Snee also had an assist.

Chelsea Wathne scored two goals to pace 'Merica, while single goal scorers were Jessica Tenly, Alex Jones, Mallory Boyd, Marisa Braungart and Stephanie Cornbrooks.

Recyclables played two goalies, with Grace Deckert making six saves and Liz Fricker making four. 'Merica goalie Brittany MacKnew finished with 10 saves.

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