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J.P. Stevens Lose To Lady Vikings 19-2 In Lacrosse

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EDISON, NJ - The South Brunswick Lady Vikings added another win to the column Thursday afternoon, after defeating J.P. Stevens 19-2.

The offense exploded in the first half, outscoring J.P. Stevens 14-2, while the defense closed out the game in the second period with a shutout effort.

Molly Yelencsics was the lone scorer for J.P. Stevens; Yelencsics had both goals for them.

Emily Lorber led the Vikings with seven goals, and four assists. Lorber’s seven goals were more than J.P. Steven’s shot total. Behind Lorber was, Caroline Hvozdovic, who had five goals, and six assists. Goaltender Maddie Reichbart only saw six shots, and saved four of them.

 

 

 

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By LIZ KEILL

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