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Ten Second-Half Goals Not Enough for Seneca Valley Girls to Beat Watkins Mill



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For the second year in a row the Seneca Valley girls lacrosse team was sent home from the playoffs by the girls from Watkins Mill, but the 2015 Seneca Valley team did not go without a fight.

In a game that rescheduled from Wednesday night due to a torrential rainstorm, the 2-10 Screaming Eagles travelled up Germantown Road a few miles to Watkins Mill High School to face the 6-6 Wolverines on Thursday afternoon.


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Watkins Mill jumped out to an early lead as the Wolverines threw four goals on the board, including the 100th career goal from Watkins Mill’s Lilly Schlosser. She would finish with six goals on the day. Seneca Valley had trouble finding the back of the net in the first half, managing only two goals, one from freshman Alyssa Delgadillo, and another from senior Amanda Singer. The Lady Wolverines took a 9-2 lead into halftime.

In the second half, Seneca Valley came out and took the play to the Wolverines, outscoring Watkins Mill 6-3 in the first 12 minutes of the second half. In that stretch, the Eagles got goals more three goals from Amanda Singer, and one each from freshman Lexi Opdenaker, seniors Carly Socha and Alexis Davis.


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