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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.

March 24, 2012

B-CC Girls Lacrosse Tops Blair


B-CC's Lillian Herrick-Reynolds (left) and Blair's Julia Lewando fight for control on a faceoff Saturday afternoon.

The Blair High School girls lacrosse team made it close late in the game after trailing by three goals at halftime Saturday afternoon, but host Bethesda-Chevy Chase held on for an 11-10 win behind five goals and one assist from senior Lillian Herrick-Reynolds.

Sophomore midfielder Emily Stoll added three goals and Leanne Klock made 11 saves for the Barons (2-0).

Both teams will be in action again Monday, when B-CC will travel to play Rockville while Blair (1-1) will host Gaithersburg.

March 22, 2012

Late Goal Gives B-CC Girls Lacrosse Win Over Springbrook

Sophomore midfielder Emily Stoll scored her third goal of the game with four seconds left in the second half to give the Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School girls lacrosse team a season-opening 11-10 victory over visiting Springbrook on Thursday.

Senior Kayla Hanley added four goals and sophomore Leanne Klock made seven saves for the Barons.