The Davis High girls lacrosse group jumped out to an early three-goal lead Tuesday night opposite Cal High as Sophia Young ripped one past a visitors’ goalie in a opening 20 seconds and Alex Agnew followed with a camber of net breachers over a indirect 5 minutes.
But a Grizzlies — ranked 13th in a Golden State — took advantage of a energy play event shortly after and roared back, scoring 8 times in a initial half as they incited a tables to down a Lady Devils, 13-7, underneath a lights during Brown Stadium.
Cal High softened to 4-2 this spring, while Davis slipped to 1-3.
“Once we went male down, they only scored and scored and scored,” Devil assailant Meilla Blissett told The Enterprise. “And that was kind of humiliating for us. They were personification so well, and it was tough for us to come behind from that.”
Blissett netted one of a Devils’ second-half goals (Devon Morris was obliged for a other), though a Grizzlies continued to run prevalent after a half as they tallied an additional 5 goals. Cal High’s Rachel Leonardi was unstoppable, scoring 7 times in a contest, including 4 in a quarrel during a 60 second camber to tighten a initial half.
Oliva Ng and Clarissa Mendoza any scored a camber of goals for a Grizzlies, while Antonia McHugh and Evelyn McMahon combined singles.
“We have a lot to work on,” Blissett added, indicating out a Devils struggled to modify during their possess man-up opportunities Tuesday. “We’ll take a demeanour during a film, given there’s a lot to demeanour over. We’ve got a lot of small things we need to work on.”
Agnew’s 4 goals led DHS, as did her 5 pull controls. Morris and Jessie Finkelor picked adult 3 belligerent balls each, while Cate Scheuring, Jillian King, Sydney Skinner and Gillian Ruhe any tallied takeaways. In idea for a initial time this season, maestro netminder Sophie Purves (four saves) separate time with Stella Cardenas (five).
DHS will be on a highway next, scheduled to take on another nonetheless another Grizzly patrol in archrival Granite Bay Friday during 7 p.m.
Granite Bay (3-0) scouting report: Sporting a high-octane offense, a Lady Grizz have averaged 18 goals opposite their initial 3 games. The GB laxers battered Cal High 17-7 in their season-opener and have wins over dual other Bay Area schools: Carondelet and Acalanes. They are entrance off an considerable 17-7 feat over Justin-Siena on Tuesday.
“We’re going to be amping it adult during use for a rest of a week and hopefully by (Friday) we’ll be ready,” Blissett says. “This group (Tuesday) was unequivocally high intensity, that we’re not used to, so we consider we got some of a pieces in place, though also found some new problems we’ve got to fix. we consider we’ll be most improved on Friday.”
Last spring, Davis went 2-1 opposite Granite Bay, winning a initial dual encounters before a spin of predestine saw a Grizzlies punch behind as they bounced a Blue Crew from a North Coast Section playoffs, 7-5.
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