Tuesday, April 24, 2007
By Stephanie Wright
The expectations are extremely high this and every season for the Lady Quakers from Moorestown. Their girls' lacrosse team has just about every opponent marking their calendars as one of their toughest games on their schedule. With that much reputation, opposing players push their game to a higher level making it even that much harder for Moorestown to overcome. Good teams know how to settle themselves down and not let their opponents dictate how their offense will perform in unexpected situations. This game against the Lady Blue Devils from Shore Regional was tied twice during the early moments. The Lady Quakers would find their momentum and rebound from a previous loss and post a 14-7 victory at Moorestown High School.
Moorestown would get the first goal three minutes into this game only to see Shore Regional tie it up less than a minute later. The Blue Devils would battle back again at the 17:35 mark and the score was even again at two goals apiece. The Lady Quakers would reel off four answered goals led by Guilia Giordano who finished the game with 5 goals. Moorestown would also receive three goals from Alyssa Ogle and two from Chelsea Gamble. Leah Wasserman and Kelly Draper led Shore Regional with three goals apiece.