Montclair HS Girls Lacrosse Thrashes Indian Hills, 15-2 Before County Tournament

OAKLAND, NJ - Julia Albert notched four goals and provided two assists helping Montclair HS Girls Lacrosse to a convincing 15-2 win over Indian Hills in Oakland Friday night.
Albert, Montclair’s top scorer of the season with 42 goals, was the visitor's most dangerous threat throughout the match. Constantly circulating the opposing defense, the senior attack was able to find minuscule holes in Indian Hills’ fragile defense.
The Mounties scored 10 goals at a lightning pace, putting away the game before the home side even settled their sticks on the pitch. Defensively the girls played an almost perfect match, allowing one goal in the first period.
The second half proved to be an almost exact replica of the first 24 minutes, with the Mounties giving up a sole goal, while the offense scoring half as much as the first half.
Senior Antonia Kaz tipped in four goals while co-captain Lindsey Ewertsen added one goal and an assist for the Mounties.
Montclair is now on a seven-game winning streak, and what better time to flourish good form than on the eve of the Essex County Tournament taking place tomorrow at Fortunato Field against Columbia at 10AM.
“We’re taking one game at a time” said Montclair coach Ann Jennings. “Any given day we can’t take anything for granted, we just have to get out there and play our game”.

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