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Bright lights: Darien girls lacrosse tops Staples for fifth win

Bright lights: Darien girls lacrosse tops Staples for fifth win

There's certainly a lot to like about the Blue Wave so far, but head coach Lisa Lindley was quick to answer what has stood out in her mind.

"I like the unselfishness", Lindley said. "We made too many mistakes with the ball". So, it's like pick your poison.

Both teams have conference games on Tuesday.

"These are all great learning opportunities because in a year or two when we find ourselves in these sorts of opportunities, we'll be able to act completely different". Shoemaker found Kelly driving for a score to take the lead. "Just a case of tough luck combined with us laying an egg", Draughn coach Chris Cozort said. "We've been preaching it at practice, but we need to start translating what we go over to the games".

Camerino had nine draw controls and five ground ball scoops. In the second half, players on the wing got open looks off passes from behind the net. Taylor Carhart paced the Mount with three goals while Alayne Pagnotta and Emily Davis added two apiece.

"People have been really dialing in on who Ben Erhart is", Parker said.

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"We had to keep up the intensity we were throwing at West Islip", Emerson Cabrera said. "We're going to be facing good goalies like here the whole time, and we need to get practice against that".

The Lady Patriots (5-5-2, 2-5-1 NWC) held the Indians scoreless for the opening half Friday in Hickory before surrendering both goals in a 10-minute span in the second half.

"They were just ready play", Lindley said.

"Colby played a lights-out game". They came out on fire. "We worked at the draw to relay the ball to our favor, and it was that connection between the defense and offense that was consistently working for us throughout the game".

1st half, Olympians' Kaylanie Surio scores the first goal of the game to give the Eagles the early lead. He's one of the best kids we'll see on any team. Junior attackman John Wagner completed the comeback by scoring his fifth game-winning goal of the season and fourth in overtime, topping the Friars 12-11 at Valley Fields. Sarah Jaques started that run with an unassisted goal, Van den Broek followed with a goal 58 seconds later, and the Wave ended the game on a run.

The Panthers (1-8, 0-5 NWFAC) fell on Senior Night Thursday despite collecting a pair of doubles victories.