In almost every game this spring, No. 1 McDonogh had a overwhelming advantage in time of possession and Jenner was the reason why.
The 6-foot-2 center dominated the draw control, giving McDonogh's lethal attack the ball over and over again. She won 165 draws — 7.5 per game — and that led to an Eagles attack that averaged 16.4 goals against one of the toughest schedules in the country.
The difference in possession was the main reason the Eagles went 22-0, extended their national girls lacrosse record winning win streak to 177 games and were ranked No. 1 in the country for the eighth straight year.
Jenner, an All-Metro first-team selection last season, won 14 draws and led...