Girls lacrosse wins back-to-back games
Last updated 5/4/2021 at Noon
The Lady Outlaws traveled to Albany on Saturday, May 1, and defeated West Albany 14-3. They turned right around and beat South Eugene 14-12.
Sisters’ offense was firing on all cylinders in their game against West Albany, and goals, assists, draw controls, and ground balls were spread out over several players.
Mary Root had a fine all-around game and finished with four goals, one assist, four ground balls, one interception, and six draw controls. Pearl Gregg scored three goals, had one assist, and three draw controls. Reese Harrell contributed three goals, one an incredible behind the back shot. She also tallied one assist, and two ground balls.
Tatum Cramer led the team with six assists, and also scored a goal, had one interception, and three draw controls. Tanya Rebolledo, Elizabeth Bates, and Sage Wyland each scored a goal for the Outlaws.
Sydney Wilkins took charge of the defense and played an exceptional game. Anya Shockley was stellar in goal; she only allowed three goals to be scored and she had nine great saves.
Sisters stayed aggressive and in control and went on to beat South Eugene in a tight contest.
Root was spot-on with her shot attempts and knocked in eight goals. She also recorded four ground balls, and had seven draw controls. Gregg scored three goals, dished out two assists, had three ground balls, and an interception.
Cramer scored two goals, two ground balls, one interception, and five draw controls.
Sydney Wilkins once again played a great defensive game. Hailey Aston, Elizabeth Bates, Madison Taylor, and Sage Wyland also contributed in the Outlaws’ win.
The Lady Outlaws coaching staff was proud of their girls.
Coach Julia Boris said, “We played as a complete team today with beautiful shot placement and defensive shut-outs. I am very proud of my newer players who continually get better and better. I love any opportunity we get to move players around and learn together.”
Assistant Coach Olivia Hougham said, “I’m so proud of the way our team played today, especially with back-to-back games. It was great to see the more-experienced and less-experienced girls play with a sense of cohesiveness and a hunger to win. This makes me excited to see them bring the same energy for the second half of our season.”
Heather Cramer, the team’s manager stated, “It was great to see the coaching staff lead this team to wins. Coach Julia and Coach Olivia bring infectious energy and persistent positivity, infusing the girls and heightening their level of play. Even with a small roster, this team is competitive and a force to be reckoned with.”
The Lady Outlaws will play at Bend on Friday, May 7, and on Saturday they will play at Redmond.