High Point falls in tourney opener

Hampton. Mikayla Cooke's four goals lead Kittatinny over High Point in the first round of the HWS girls' lacrosse tournametn.


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  • Kittatinny's Carly Rigby is in possession of the ball in the first quarter. Rigby scored two goals.




  • Kittatinny's Mikayla Cooke and High Point's Rebecca Sanderson maneuver for control of the ball.




  • Kittatinny's Geneva Loff is in possession of the ball while High Point's Lauren Weiss approaches. Loff scored two goals.




  • High Point's Marisa Maggio carries the ball using her crosse while pursued in the first quarter.




  • High Point's Lauren Weiss carries the ball while facing Kittatinny's Brooke Bode in the first quarter. Weiss scored one goal.




Mikayla Cooke scored four goals and had two assists, leading Kittatinny to an 18-6 win over High Point in the first round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex girls' alcrosse tournament on Saturday, May 4.

Madisen Dippel scored two goals and had four assists for Kittatinny (8-6). Katie Callahan, Geneva Loff, Tia Melvin, Carly Rigby and Madison Woollen scored two goals apiece. Cassidy Mulroy and Madison Nowatnick scored one goal apiece.

Kittatinny goalkeepers Emily Dyminski and Jessica Smalley split time on the field. Dyminski made 10 saves and Smalley made 8 saves.

Kate Finnegan scored three goals for High Point (1-10). Vanessa Sinacore scored two goals. Lauren Weiss scored one goal. Julianne Mangano contributed one assist.

— Photos by George Leroy Hunter







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