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State College Girls LAX dominates Hazelton

STATE COLLEGE- Scorers aplenty.

In their game against Hazelton, the State College Girls Lacrosse team filled its scoring list to almost capacity as 17 of the 19 players on the team scored against the Cougars.

State College dominated the entire contest, especially in the first half where it didn’t allow a shot on goal the entire period or even allowed the Cougars to even cross the midfield stripe.

The first half started out with a Bang! As Emily Hall took the first shot and scored just 13-seconds in.

Less than a minute later, Alyssa Dunlap shot one past the Hazelton goalie, making it 2-0.

Kayla Bennett put in goal number three just seconds later.

State College dominated the tip offs and the fourth one ended in a third goal of the night this time it would be Clarre Porter with 23:14 left in the first half.

Teammate Sally Stahl hit the next two consecutive goals to boost the lead to a 7-0 advantage.

Elaina Ohlson continued the hot shooting also posting consecutive goals, inching the game close to a mercy-rule contest with over 20 minutes still left in the first.

Each time the name might have changed but the result was the same.

At 19:41, Bennett made it 9-0 with her second goal of the game.

Hall put the game into the mercy rule as she posted goal number two with 18:42.

Porter notched her second goal with 17:33 left in the first.

Maddie Tambroni put her name on the score sheet as she hit a goal with 16:42 left to increase the lead to 12-0.

Ariana Angus scored the next three points in a row, giving her the hat trick and her team a 15-0 advantage.

Minutes later, Stahl hit the hat trick with 4:40 left, making it 16-0.

Dunlap rounded out the State College first half scoring as she hit the final goal with :52 seconds left, giving the Little Lions a 17-0 lead at the half.

At the half, State College led in shots with 24 and 17 goals.

With new faces in the line up to start the second, the Little Lions continued to build on its lead.

Emma Kerber led things off at the 21-minute mark.

Alison Houtz followed with her first goal at 18:00.

State College continues its pressure on offense, Phebe Herlocher added a goal, making it 20-0.

Ashley Franks made it 21-0 with her first goal with 10 minutes left in the contest.

Rounding out the Little Lions scoring on the night were Syd Washell, Leah Moyer, Lexi Risha, Kayla Sheaffer-Hood and Kesara

Wein.

The 27-0 win sets up a District 6/2 championship Tuesday at Memorial Field once again.

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