On Tuesday, April 17, the girls varsity lacrosse team beat the Chantilly Chargers, 14-6, bringing their season record to a superb 8-1.
Senior Ayana Teran has successfully made the transition from soccer goalie to notable lacrosse goalie, making 10 goal saves against a very capable, experienced Chantilly offense. However, the Wildcats’ offense showed its truth depth across the board, with eight girls scoring successfully.
Freshmen attacker Reagan Newell and midfielder Caroline Wakefield each contributed 2 goals and 2 assists. Senior midfielder Maggie Dulkerian and junior midfielder Carly Sane each brought in 2 goals and one assist. Despite a fractured wrist, sophomore Catherine Zempolich had 2 goals and an interception. Rounding out the scoring with one goal each were senior Hayley Anderson, sophomore Caroline Bollman, junior Danielle Smith, and sophomore Avery Rocke.
The Lady Wildcats are scheduled to play at home against Robinson on Wednesday, April 25, and away against Herndon on Friday, April 27.
The Lady Wildcats varsity tennis team won their match against Herndon on Tuesday, April 17, 6-3. Among the victors were these matches:
At #2 singles, Sarah Alberstein won 10-5, a second meeting for these two opponents and a second win for Sarah.
At #3 singles, took a 10-1 win.
At #4 singles Jessica Jassal won 10-8, adjusting her game to play and win against this opponent.
At #5 singles, Rebekah Lee handily beat her opponent 10-2.
At #2 doubles, Sapna and Rebekah won 10-5
At #3 doubles, Jessica and Sierra Dimmer won 10-2 with exceptional net play by both players.
The Lady Wildcats tennis team played a solid match against on Thursday, April 19. Senior Sapna Rao won her singles match—all too appropriate for Senior Day—and all other team members displayed excellent effort despite losing their individual contests.
—Coach Leslie O'Conner