Women’s Lacrosse Wins Big on Senior Night

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After a loss to Benedictine Ravens to open confrence. The Wildcats return home to take on the William Penn Statesmen from Oskaloosa, Iowa as they pick up a big win. But also they honored the 5 seniors of the team. The five seniors are #7 Jessica Hornberger, #13 Jasmine Simson, #14 Brooke Donley, #15 Aaliyah Ortiz, and #23 Anaya Lopez.

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Culver-Stockton would win 12-5 outshooting the Statesmen 32-20. #4 Kaelin Quarles would record seven goals and one assist to lead the cats giving her 22 goals and 8 assist for 26 points in just her first season with the Wildcats. Senior Jessica Hornberger would score a goal, as well as grad student and basketball star Aaliyah Ortiz scoring her first Lacrosse goal on a wide open net. Freshman #11 Rylie Boyce would start off the game scoring a goal. Lauren Grebing would find the back of the net twice and marking an assist to have 13 goals and 3 assist for 16 points in her first year.

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William Penn Statesmen would see the senior #5 Emily Ferguson find the net 4 times, and senior #50 Kenzington Winget would find the net once and gain 2 assist for 3 points on the day. Emily Ferguson now leads the team in goals and points with 21 goals for 21 points.

In the net Wildcat sophmore #35 Jillian Vervynck would face 15 shots saving 10 of them for a .400 save percentage gaining the win mark going 2-4 on the season in net. Season wise she sits at a .448 save percentage with 85 Goals Against and 69 saves on the season. Across the field, grad student Catrina Dinehart would get the nod to start. She would go on to face 25 shots and allowing 12 goals getting a .520 save percentage. On the season she is 1-5 facing 129 shots, making 71 saves and allowing 91 goals while in net.

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The Future

The Wildcats improve their record to 3-4 overall, 1-1 in confrence. Their next game will see them go on the road to Missouri Baptist in St. Louis on April 2nd. They will return for their last home game Friday April 5th against Mount Mercy. They will close their regular season with a 3 game road trip against Midland, St. Ambrose, and Missouri Valley.

William Penn will go 1-5 overall 1-1 in confrence. Their next game will take them home to take on the Benedictine Ravens. They will close their season on the road against St. Ambrose and Missouri Valley.

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Remington Yates

“Remington Yates, a dedicated sports enthusiast and native of the Canton-Monticello area, serves as The Lewis County Scoop’s Sports Director. Graduating from Highland and Culver-Stockton College, he brings a blend of local insights and professional expertise to the people of Lewis County.

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