Warde girls lacrosse falls in state semifinals

The Fairfield Warde girls lacrosse team had its historic run in the 2014 Class L Tournament cut short, losing 13-5 in the semifinals to the Glastonbury Tomahawks.

“We knew they were fast on offense, we knew they were swarming on defense so I’ve got to give credit to them and give credit to our kids,” said Warde coach Tom Davis. “Our object is to win the draws and they were winning the draws, they were going right down to the net and they were scoring so we got into a hole fast and then we just couldn’t get out of it.”
Sophomore Amanda Orvis led the Mustangs with three goals, while junior Meredith Nerreau and sophomore Caroline Ihlefeld also scored for Warde. Courtney Scheetz added an assist on Ihlefeld’s goal. Taylor Walker led Glastonbury with six goals, while Cami Santor added four goals and an assist. Sara DiCenso registered two assists and a goal for the Tomahawks. Lindsay Shettle had two goals and an assist and Julia Ostrowski scored as well.
“I’m proud of all the kids,” Davis said. “They didn’t give up right down to the end. Nobody expected us to be here so it was a major accomplishment for our team.”

See the next issue of the Sun for complete game story.

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