Yorktown graduates Heather and Bianca Raniolo are members of Springfield College’s women’s lacrosse team and played a big role in the team defeating top-seeded Babson 5-4 in the New England Women and Men’s Athletic Conference Championship on Sunday, May 8. Heather Raniolo had two goals and an assist in the win, while Bianca Raniolo added one goal on a feed from her sister Heather and also had an assist.
Yorktown's Raniolo Sisters Help Springfield to Title
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