Words: Sandy Eichhorn
Photos: Laila Abu-Ghaida
On Thursday, April 27, the Centennial Eagles Girls’ Lacrosse team took on the Mount Hebron Vikings.
The Eagles trailed by four early in the game until senior Madi Griffin started a scoring spree. The Vikings answered back with two goals of their own, but the Eagles kept up the pressure. With seven seconds left in the half, sophomore Marissa Lagera scored and brought the Eagles within a goal of the Vikings. At the end of the half the score was 6-5.
In the second half, freshman goalkeeper Sarah Thorman made multiple saves that impressed the crowd and kept the Vikings lead to two. Though the Eagles scored two more times in the second half, the Vikings ultimately came out on top 9-7.
The Eagles will play on Tuesday, May 2, against Howard High School.
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