Tuesday's girls and boys lacrosse roundups
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Post Staff and Wire Reports
wellington - Olivia DiCarlantonio had eight goals and two assists, helping the Wellington girls lacrosse team edge Cardinal Newman 12-11 in a District 20 semifinal Tuesday night.
Gabby Klyotskin added three goals and two assists for the Wolverines (5-10-1), who will face Park Vista in Thursday's district championship.
Park Vista routed Palm Beach Central 22-7 behind Alex Danks' eight goals and an assist. Katy Richardson added three goals and three assists and Kaitlyn Glass contributed three goals for the Cobras (13-4).
JUPITER 21, DWYER 9
Rebekah Bourque had five goals and three assists, and Nikki Isdaner added nine goals and two assists to help the Warriors (9-4) rout the Panthers in Palm Beach Gardens. Jupiter will face Benjamin in Thursday's championship.
BENJAMIN 24, SEMINOLE RIDGE 2
Hannah Malasky had five goals and Alex Connors added another as the Buccaneers (12-7) routed the Hawks in Palm Beach Gardens.
POPE JOHN PAUL II 20, SPANISH RIVER 7
Ashley Bertrand had six goals and an assist and Alexa Pack added three goals and two assists to lead the Eagles (16-1) past the Sharks (6-9) in Boca Raton. Pope will meet Boca Raton in Thursday's final.
JUPITER 19, JENSEN BEACH 5
Steven Cox, Brandon Scheele and Kevin Fallon each had two goals and two assists as the top-seeded Warriors (16-2) routed the fourth-seeded Falcons in Jupiter. Jupiter will face Jupiter Christian in Thursday's championship.
JUPITER CHRISTIAN 15, MARTIN COUNTY 8
Austin Morris scored five goals and Alex Schulz added two as the Warriors beat the Tigers in Jupiter.
BOCA RATON 16, SPANISH RIVER 1
Brandon Aman scored four goals and Greg Swanson added three as the Bobcats (16-2) routed the Sharks in Boca Raton. Boca Raton will play St. Andrew's in Thursday's final.
VERO BEACH-ST. EDWARD'S 8, JOHN CARROLL 5
Patrick Anderson had two goals and an assist, but the Rams (6-11) fell to the Pirates in Fort Pierce. Ryan Caddell and Matt Caddell each added a goal for John Carroll.