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Girls' lacrosse and softball

May 05, 2010 - Girls' lacrosse

The Lady Dragons traveled to Stoney Creek on Friday, April 30 to battle Rochester United.The girls came away with a 12-9 victory. The offense was lead by senior Jodie Parker, who scored four goals, while captain Sarah Cech scored three times. Paige Hammerl had two goals. Corey Tremblay, Ronnie Booth and Jessica Smude scored once each. Senior goalie Lindsay Butterfield stopped eight Rochester United shots.

The team hosted the Swartz Creek HS Dragons May 3 and came away with a 13-4 victory. Senior goalie Kristen Dolecki was outstanding, saving eight shots on goal. The offense was lead by Booth, Smude and Parker who each scored three goals. Tremblay continued her recent scoring binge with two more goals. Carly Brooks, Marisa Secontine and Nicole Blovet added scores for the Lady Dragons.

Wednesday, May 5, the Lady Dragons hosted North Farmington and got another OAA victory, 10-5. They are now 5-4-1 overall and 2-0-1 in OAA games. Parker lead the way with five goals and senior goalie Butterfield saved nine shots on goal. Becky Seeds, Smude, Cech, Brooks and Secontine had one goal each.


Lady Dragons played away, May 5, at Athens High School for two games. During the first game, Sandra Rippon pitched for LO, bringing them a 11-0 win after five innings. Top batters were all from the Dragons.Megan Dyer pitched for the second game, bringing LO another stunning 10-0 win in five innings.

Sunday, May 9, Lady Dragons played at Piper for a five-game tournament.

The ladies first played against Lakeland, but were not able to pull through in the eighth inning when Lakeland pulled ahead by one. The final score was 3-2, Lakeland.

Next the ladies went up against Royal Oak, winning 1-0 in seven innings, with Dyer on the mound.

Lake Orion continued its winning streak against Eisenhower, ending with a 6-1 score. Both Dyer and Rippon pitched for LO, giving Lake Orion a mid-tournament record of 2-1.

The ladies' fourth game against Howell brought them a loss. Howell scored the single point in the sixth inning, stealing the win with a score of 1-0. Rippon led the team on the mound.

In the final game Sunday, they faced Regina and took home the win, 8-0. Dyer served as pitcher.

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