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Varsity Girls Lacrosse Dominates Conference Play
Varsity Girls Lacrosse Dominates Conference Play

The Ravenscroft Varsity Girls Lacrosse Team won their second consecutive TISAC Championship this season. The Ravens have a record of 16-1 overall and finished 8-0 in the conference, earning the No. 2 seed in the NCISAA Division 1 playoff. The team defeated Southlake Christian Academy 15-2 on Friday, May 10, to advance to the semifinals.

The Ravens were led during the regular season by co-captain Brooke Baker '20, who was named to the US Lacrosse High School All-America team in 2018. She finished the regular season with 113 points (75 goals, 38 assists). Co-captain Makayla Crawford '19 (55 goals, 10 assists), Caitlyn Hankins '21 (50 goals, 25 assists) and Emmy Replogle '21 (33 goals, 21 assists) round out the top scorers for the Ravens. On defense, the Ravens are led by Sage Crosby '21 and goaltenders Hannah Pangborn '19 and Audrey Hughes '21.

Coach Kerry Norman said of the team's winning the TISAC Championship, "Our conference is very strong this year — four of the top six seeds in the NCISAA playoffs are from the TISAC, so we faced formidable opponents. Our girls have been working hard all season long and started playing especially well when we started conference play. We are looking forward to the post-season."

The Ravens host Charlotte Country Day in the semifinals on Tuesday, May 14, at 6 p.m. Come out and cheer them on!