U.S. women's lacrosse stays atop pool play
The U.S. national women's team moved to 3-0 in pool play in the Federation of International Lacrosse World Cup in Oshawa, Ontario, on Sunday, defeating Australia, 19-8, the highest-scoring game in tournament history. Attacker Katrina Dowd led the team with six goals and an assist, and captain Lindsey Munday, who was named the Player of the Match, got a goal and four assists. Ally Carey (John Carroll) and Katie Schwarzmann (Maryland, Century) each scored one goal. Schwarzmann also had an assist. Megan Huether (Maryvale) had five saves after replacing Devon Wills in goal in the second half. The win sets up a Pool A showdown with host Canada, also 3-0, on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Both teams will compete in tournament play, composed of 12 teams, including all five of the Pool A teams. Israel, with coach Lauren Paul Norris (McDonogh) at the helm, got its third win, staying undefeated in Pool D and beating South Korea, 19-2. Kimberly Dubansky (Johns Hopkins, McDonogh) had two goals and two assists. Israel will play Hong Kong today.
Varsity boys lacrosse: Georgetown Prep defeated Boys' Latin, 9-4, to win the National High School Lacrosse Showcase at the Genesee Valley Outdoor Learning Center in Parkton.