The Wildcats traveled to Holderness to play the Bulls on this cold Saturday. The game started quickly, with the Wildcats earning the draw control and bringing it down into their attacking zone. The Wildcats scored two goals before the Bulls responded. Kimball Union maintained possession and control for much of the game. Lizie Connors, Addie Kopacz, Annabeth Smith, and Carys O'Connor played smart defense, causing turnovers and picking up groundballs. The midfield, Rachel Sites, Eva Joslin, and Ainsley Lonczac, worked hard in the transition to bring the ball into the attack. On attack, Caroline Sheehan, Hannah Black, and Molly Sites took care of the ball. Connie McInnis played an incredible game in goal earning 12 saves and throwing long clears.
Point Summary: Caroline Sheehan - 2 goals Ainsley Lonczac - 1 goal Molly Sites - 1 goal Rachel Sites - 3 goals Eva Joslin - 2 goals and 2 assists Hannah Black - 1 assist
The Wildcats traveled to Dublin School to play fellow Wildcats on Saturday. The game was close, both teams alternated goals most of the game. The offense took but the Dublin goalie made incredible saves allowing Dublin to pull into the lead in the remaining minutes of the game.
The WIldcats are looking forward to another home game next week against the Holderness Bulls.
The Girls' JV Lacrosse team came out strong against the New Hampton Huskies. They fought for groundballs in the midfield, defended well in the defensive zone, and worked together to create scoring opportunities. Being the first game for almost two years, the team improved throughout the game adjusting to the rules, the field, and the opponent.
We are excited to travel to Dublin next week to play the Wildcats.