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Girls Lacrosse: Ridge Beats Randolph, 11-10

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BASKING RIDGE, NJ - Ridge advanced in the Section 1, Group 4 state tournament on Thursday with an 11-10 girls lacrosse victory over Randolph highlighted by the 100th and 101st goals of Bea Behrins' career at Ridge.

The victory was also the 200th in the career of Ridge head coach Barbara Erickson.

Mena Loescher, who had four assists, and Annabelle Pesarchick each scored two goals for Ridge (12-8). Bailey Aaron, Kerry Cassidy, Claire Keller and Emma Wightman each scored a goal for the Red Devils.

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