Girls Lacrosse Team Advances to Semifinals

DSC_8478Junior Peyton Fancher had five goals and senior Virginia Marshall added four as the Oaks controlled the game from the outset and defeated Nansemond-Suffolk Academy to advance to the state semifinals on Friday in Richmond.

The second-seeded Oaks play the third-seeded Steward School, which won 13-12 in overtime against Fredericksburg Academy.

Once again, Annie Bashara was huge in goal for Collegiate with 12 saves.

Anna Newbold with a pair of goals and Jordan Sibley with one rounded out the scoring for the victors.

DSC_8431DSC_8332DSC_8442For more pictures from the game, go to Oaks Girls Lacrosse.

VISAA Division II quarterfinal

Norfolk Collegiate 12, Nansemond-Suffolk 9

G—NSA, Lerner 6, Kelly, Thorndike 2; NC, Fancher 5, Marshall 4, Newbold 2, Sibley.DSC_8329

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Posted on May 14, 2014, in lacrosse. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. You go Jordan and the whole team. Have a wonderful trip to Richmond and keep up the good work. San Diego Nanaw

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