Pan­thers dom­i­nate Ea­gles in reg­u­lar sea­son fi­nale

Cecil Whig - - SPORTS - By SEAN GRO­GAN


— The Per­ryville girls’ lacrosse team had no prob­lem with Bo­hemia Manor in the fi­nal reg­u­lar sea­son game for both teams.

The Pan­thers han­dled the vis­it­ing Ea­gles 18-3 in Susque­hanna di­vi­sion girls’ lacrosse ac­tion Fri­day.

Per­ryville scored two quick goals to open the game be­fore Bo Manor tal­lied to make the score 2-1. The Pan­thers then rat­tled off seven unan­swered to close the first half and bring the score to 9-1 at the break.

Per­ryville added nine more goals in the sec­ond half while al­low­ing a pair to bring the score to its 18-3 fi­nal.

“I brought six JV play­ers up, they looked great. Our JV did great this year,” Pan­thers coach Mary Dun­man said. “They’ve been work­ing re­ally hard this year, so I brought them up to see what they would do. They did well in their po­si­tions. They’re up for the play­offs for the point of build­ing for next year be­cause I have to say good­bye to six.”

Per­ryville, which fin­ished the reg­u­lar sea­son 10-1, went un­beaten in the Susque­hanna to win the lower-di­vi­sion crown.

The se­nior class is high­lighted by Tay­lor Poor, Ally Remesch and Cali Tyson— all four-year var­sity play­ers.

“The four-year se­niors


did what they set out to do this year, which was: Sweep the county and sweep the UCBAC,” Dun­man said. “Three years in a row, we came in sec­ond. For three years, they’ve been work­ing hard and now we got it.”

The Pan­thers are set to com­pete in the Ch­e­sa­peake Di­vi­sion next sea­son.

“Now we get to go up and play and ac­tu­ally see some pos­si­ble losses, but it’s the only way we can im­prove our­selves,” Dun­man said. “The county is get­ting better, I’m just happy with the growth of lacrosse. Kent [County] was a tough game for us. If the girls would’ve banged against some more Har­ford County teams, we would’ve prob­a­bly beat them.”

Remesch led Per­ryville with three goals and an as­sist, Poore recorded two of each and Syd­nie Bjork had one goal and three as­sists. Mad­die Carr recorded two goals and an as­sist and Natalie Frantz, Jor­dan Jus­tice and Abby Jones each scored two goals. Gil­lian Bumba, Veron­ica DiFuc­cia, Bea Mus­cella and Kyleigh Knell each scored once and Chloe Ports and Claire Hud­son recorded two and one as­sists, re­spec­tively.

Daniella Vib­ri­esta, Hayleigh Soukup and Al­lie Barnes all scored for the Ea­gles.

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Per­ryville’s Bea Mus­cella con­trols a ground ball while Bo­hemia Manor’s Cat Scia­manna pur­sues de­fen­sively dur­ing the Pan­thers’ 18-3 Susque­hanna Di­vi­sion win Wed­nes­day.

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