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May 23, 2013

Girls Lacrosse: Broadneck 21, Sherwood 5

by Eric Meany

Broadneck held Maddie Doan to just one goal in defeating Sherwood for the Class 4A/3A state championship.

Broadneck held Maddie Doan to one goal in defeating Sherwood for the Class 4A/3A state championship.

CATONSVILLE, Md — The Sherwood High School girls lacrosse team held its own against heavily-favored Broadneck through the first six minutes of the MPSSAA Class 4A/3A Championship Game at UMBC Stadium on Wednesday. The Warriors stood tied with the Bruins on the strength of early goals by Taylor Polhemus and Kristen Lauda, and the possibility of a tightly-contested title game seemed very real.

It didn’t last.

Broadneck scored 12 unanswered goals in a span of 14 minutes on its way to a 15-3 halftime lead, then cruised through the second half to capture a 21-5 win and the third state championship in team history.

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May 6, 2013

Lacrosse: Playoff Seedings Announced

The Winston Churchill High School boys lacrosse team was named the top playoff seed in the Class 4A/3A West region by the MPSSAA for the second consecutive year on Monday. The Bulldogs began this season with 11 consecutive victories before dropping a 14-13 overtime decision to Quince Orchard on Friday.

On the girls side, Sherwood grabbed its second consecutive top seed in the Class 4A/3A West region as well, while Damascus got the top spot in the 3A/2A West.

The tournament begins on Wednesday and runs through May 22.

First round matchups for Montgomery County schools:

Boys

4A/3A West

(1) Churchill – bye (will play winner of Blake vs. Einstein)

(2) Walter Johnson – bye (will play the winner of Springbrook vs. Bethesda-Chevy Chase)

(3) Wootton – bye (will play the winner of Paint Branch vs. Whitman)

(4) Sherwood – bye (will play the winner of Blair vs. Kennedy)

(12)  Kennedy @ (5) Blair

(11)  Whitman @ (6) Paint Branch

(10)  Bethesda-Chevy Chase @ (7) Springbrook

(9)  Einstein @ (8) Blake

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May 21, 2012

Churchill Boys and Girls Lacrosse Swept Out of Playoffs by Westminster

The Winston Churchill High School boys and girls lacrosse teams both met the same fate Saturday, each losing their 4A/3A semifinal matchups with Westminster in Reisterstown to miss out on a chance to appear in the state championship game for the first time.

For the girls, who lost 18-8, it was the third consecutive year in which they made it to the semifinal round. The boys, who lost 14-10, were making their first semifinal appearance since 2002.

The Westminster boys team will  face undefeated South River in the state final at UMBC on Wednesday at 4:00 pm. South River was a finalist last year as well, losing to Linganore, 13-12, in the title game.

The Westminster girls will face defending champion Severna Park at 6:00 pm Wednesday, also at UMBC.

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May 19, 2012

Lacrosse Playoffs: Saturday, May 19

4A/3A State Semifinals

@ Franklin High School
12000 Reisterstown Rd.
Reisterstown, Maryland

Boys

Westminster 14, Churchill 10

Girls

Westminster 18, Churchill 8

May 16, 2012

Lacrosse Playoffs: Wednesday, May 16

Boys Lacrosse

4A/3A West Regional Final

(1) Churchill 12, (2) Sherwood 6

Girls Lacrosse

4A/3A West Regional Final

(2) Churchill 20, (1) Sherwood 19

3A/2A West Regional Final

(2) Century 20, (1) Damascus 5

May 14, 2012

Lacrosse Playoffs: Monday, May 14

Boys Lacrosse

4A/3A West

(1) Churchill 9, (5) Wootton 6

(2) Sherwood 6, (3) Walter Johnson 5 (2 OT)

4A/3A North

(1) Westminster 17, (5) Richard Montgomery 3

(10) Urbana 13, (11) Quince Orchard 4

Girls Lacrosse

4A/3A West

(1) Sherwood 15, (4) Blair 9

(2) Churchill 21, (3) Blake 16

4A/3A North

(4) Howard 18, (1) Quince Orchard 5

3A/2A West

(1) Damascus 8, (4) Tuscarora 7

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May 11, 2012

Lacrosse Playoffs: Friday, May 11

Boys Lacrosse

4A/3A West

(1) Churchill 14, (8) Whitman 12

(2) Sherwood 16, (7) Einstein 1

(3) Walter Johnson 16, (11) Blair 1

(5) Wootton 15, (4) Springbrook 4

4A/3A North

(11) Quince Orchard 11, (3) Clarksburg 2

(5) Richard Montgomery 12, (4) Northwest 7

3A/2A West

(13) Walkersville 18, (12) Seneca Valley 0

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May 9, 2012

Lacrosse Playoffs: Wednesday, May 9

Boys Lacrosse

4A/3A West

(5) Wootton 15, (12) Bethesda-Chevy Chase 4

(11) Blair 9, (6) Blake 5

(7) Einstein 8, (10) Kennedy 5

(9) Whitman 16, (8) Paint Branch 6

4A/3A North

(5) Richard Montgomery 8, (12) Watkins Mill 7

(11) Quince Orchard 27, (6) Magruder 2

(8) Thomas Johnson 10, (9) Gaithersburg 4

3A/2A West

(14) Liberty @ (3) Damascus

(13) Walkersville 9, (4) Rockville 8 (OT)

(12) Seneca Valley 20, (5) Wheaton 4

(6) Poolesville 14, (11) South Hagerstown 1

(7) Century 15, (10) Northwood 2

Girls Lacrosse

4A/3A West

(11) Walter Johnson 9, (6) Springbrook 5

(7) Wootton 18, (10) Paint Branch 4

(8) Whitman 12, (9) Bethesda-Chevy Chase 8

(12) Einstein 8, (5) Kennedy 0

4A/3A North

(10) Northwest 17, (7) Gaithersburg 9

(9) Richard Montgomery 12, (8) Clarksburg 6

3A/2A West

(10) Northwood 9, (7) South Hagerstown 8

(8) Thomas Johnson 9, (9) Rockville 8

2A/1A West

(14) North Carroll 22, (3) Poolesville 4

(5) Catoctin 18, (12) Wheaton 9

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May 7, 2012

Lacrosse: Playoff Seedings Announced

Montgomery County stands a good chance of being well represented in the later rounds of the state high school lacrosse playoffs this year, as the Churchill boys and the Sherwood, Quince Orchard and Damascus girls teams were each seeded first in their respective regional brackets, the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association  announced on Monday.

The tournament begins on Wednesday, with the finals to be held at the University of Maryland Baltimore County on May 22 and 23.

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April 7, 2012

B-CC Girls Lacrosse Off To 3-0 Start

Lillian Herrick-Reynolds

Lillian Herrick-Reynolds, right, and the B-CC Barons are hoping to pick up where they left off after spring break.

The Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School girls lacrosse team got off to a strong start this year, winning its first three games with a combination of good teamwork and steady goaltending.

After two close wins at home over Springbrook and Montgomery Blair and a 15-8 road win against Rockville, the Barons undeniably had momentum working in their favor.

Only one thing stood in the way of carrying that momentum forward through the rest of their schedule:

Spring break.

Read the rest of this story at Kensington Patch.