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Cheshire High School girls' lacrosse (5-2) out-scored Guilford 9-4 during the second half of a 12-9 road victory. The girls scored four straight goals to take an 11-7 advantage. Senior Maria Blois supplied a hat trick and three assists. Sophomore Emma Farrel also tallied three goals and senior Alyssa Hague had two in the second half. Juniors Kathleen Kalbian (two assists), Nicole Stauffer (assist), Alison Hoynes, and sophomore Michelle Federico chipped in goals. Senior goalkeeper Cortney Andes had nine saves.
Read about the thrilling comeback in next week's issue of The Cheshire Herald. Cheshire hosts Sacred Heart Academy (3-1-1) on Monday at 7 p.m.
The boys' team (3-3) allowed a 4-0 run in the first half of an 11-5 loss to undefeated Simsbury (6-0) on April 19. The surge erased a 1-0 lead for Cheshire, who received two goals and an assist from both senior Tyler Violano and junior John Klemenz. Senior Kevin Adams netted the game's opening goal. Senior Spencer Hackett and junior Tom Dupont had assists.
Sophomore goalkeeper Jared Lawson compiled 12 saves. When he was penalized in the second quarter, senior Marco Iovanna chipped in four.
The Rams look to stop a two-game slide on Monday, visiting Branford at 7 p.m.