Whippets upset PW in second round
WHITEMARSH » Everything starts at the draw and Peyton Mottice wants to be the one to set the tone.
“I know when I get it then it’s like ‘Let’s Go.’ Like, we got this,” Mottice said. “I like putting the pressure on myself.”
The Downingtown West girls lacrosse junior midfielder was dominant in the draw circle Thursday afternoon in the Whippets’ District 1-3A second round contest with host No. 6 Plymouth Whitemarsh. Against whoever or whatever the Colonials tried, Mottice won 13 of 17 draws and that enabled West to pull away in the second half — scoring the final four goals to upset PW 10-6 at Victory Fields.
“Starts there and we couldn’t get it. Even when we had opportunities, they came up with it. And