May 18, 2023 at 3:59 p.m.
ALL THEY DO IS WIN
Two more contests resulted in two more wins for the still undefeated Chisago Lakes girls lacrosse team. They took on Spring Lake Park and Anoka in two western suburb tilts, and didn’t have much issue taking care of both squads.
Chisago Lakes 15, Spring Lake Park 3
The ‘Cats hosted Spring Lake Park on Tuesday, May 9 and an offensive onslaught, couple with stingy defense and a stout goalie performance was enough for a blowout win for CL.
Sydney Kerkow and Skylar Wells took center stage as forwards for the ‘Cats, with Kerkow scoring five goals and Wells scoring four to go along with three assists.
Naomi Eaton, Camryn Hinsch, Aly Vogelsang, Katelyn Anderson, Lauren Schmidt and Kamryn Peterson had the other goals for Chisago Lakes, with Kaianna Senne and Kaley Paehlke each helping with two assists.
Laura Carlson had 10 saves for the ‘Cats on 13 shots as they ran away with the win after building a 7-2 halftime lead that ballooned to 15-3 by the end of the game.
Chisago Lakes 11, Anoka 7
The Tornadoes put up more of a fight than the Panthers did, but they eventually succumbed to the Wildcats as well.
Camryn Hinsch, who is Chisago Lakes’ leading goal scorer, netted a hat trick in the game, scoring three goals to go along with one assist.
Eaton had two goals and a helper, Peterson scored two, Kerkow had a goal and two assists and Paehlke had a goal and an assist.
The diverse score sheet helped keep Anoka off balance on defense as the ‘Cats hammered away with goals.
Anoka did put up a good amount of offense, as they got off 18 shots on Carlson, but she was up to the task on 11 of them, holding the Tornadoes to seven goals.
The first half was a low scoring affair, with CL leading 4-2 at the break, but the game opened up a bit more in the second half as Anoka started to take more chances. It paid off for them with five goals, but it also exposed them for counter attacks by CL, and they made them pay with seven goals of their own.
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