In 1st girls lacrosse meeting, Tigers tame Devils |

In 1st girls lacrosse meeting, Tigers tame Devils

Summit girls lacrosse captain Loren Keen (25) jukes past Aspen defenders at a past game. The Tigers faced the Eagle Valley Devils in Gypsum on March 22 and won, 11-7.
Louie Traub / Special to the Daily |

GYPSUM — Eagle Valley girls lacrosse lost its league opener to Summit High, 11-7, on Tuesday at John Ramunno Field in Gypsum.

The visiting Tigers led 7-3 at the half.

“I’m very happy with the way they played the second half,” Devils coach Jessi Dondero said. “I think we struggled a little in the first half. The girls just wore themselves out in the first half, instead of making smart passes, and moving the ball that way.”

Senior duo Maddy Remias and Katelyn Keen led the Tigers with four goals apiece. Also getting in on the action were sophomores Maddy Markel and Aldyn Hart, while goalie Ella Piecoup had a stonewall afternoon.

For the Devils, Camille Blose scored four times, including a second-half hat trick. Lindsay Martinez, Jillian Byron and Rachel Devlin also found the back of the net for Eagle Valley.

Summit is now 4-1 on the season and 4-1 in the 4A Western league. The girls next host Steamboat Springs on April 5 at 4 p.m.

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