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soned high school McCown said.

He also ap­plauded the ef­forts of Taiyana Golds­bor­ough, Olivia Jones, Lisa Robin­son, Jaylin Fair­bank and Kayla Luhn on the de­fen­sive end.

Wil­liams scored four goals, made pos­si­ble by the help of “stel­lar off-ball move­ment,” McCown said. Se­nior Caro­line MacLeod con­trib­uted two goals and fresh­man Kate Ervin scored Kent’s other goal.

Kent opened the week with a 14-2 loss at James Ben­nett in Sal­is­bury, shut out in the sec­ond half af­ter trail­ing 8-2 at in­ter­mis­sion.

MacLeod and fresh­man Sella Con­ner scored for Kent.

“We beat our­selves. We got very tired and couldn’t keep the pace,” McCown said.

He cred­ited South­worth with do­ing “a great job hold­ing them (James Ben­nett) off.”

Kent wraps up the reg­u­lar sea­son Fri­day at home against Cam­bridge. Game time is 4 p.m.

The seed­ing meet­ing for bracket po­si­tions in the re­gion tour­na­ment is Mon­day, May 7. First-round games are sched­uled for May 9.

Be­gin­ning this year, there are sep­a­rate state lacrosse tour­na­ments for each of the four en­roll­ment clas­si­fi­ca­tions.

Kent County is in the 1A East Re­gion with the small­est schools on the Shore and in Har­ford and Ce­cil coun­ties. Kent’s sec­tion in the re­gion is com­prised of Cam­bridge and Bo Manor. Kent de­feated Bo Manor, 13-3, April 9.

Havre de Grace, Jop­pa­towne, Pat­ter­son Mill and Per­ryville are in the other sec­tion.

All of Kent’s losses to date are to larger Class 2A and 3A schools. goalie,”

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