Panthers dominate Eagles in regular season finale
— 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.