KRHS girls varsity lacross defeats High Point

NEWTON. Among the many great plays by the team, Mikayla Cooke scored four goals and two assists for the Kittatinny Cougars. Madisen Dippel scored two goals and had four assists, helping the team defeat the High Point Wildcats.


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  • Kittatinny's Mikayla Cooke and High Point's Rebecca Sanderson maneuver for control of the ball.




  • At far right Kittatinny's Madisen Dippel tosses the ball towards the goal post in the first quarter. Dippel scored two goals.




  • Kittatinny's Madisen Dippel scored two goals.




  • At far right Kittatinny's Madisen Dippel tosses the ball towards the goal post in the first quarter. Dippel scored two goals.




By George Hunter

Kittatinny Regional High School (Hampton Township, New Jersey) defeated High Point Regional High School (Wantage, New Jersey) in girls varsity lacrosse on Saturday May 4, 2019. The final score was 18-6. The first round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament took place at Kittatinny Regional High School.

Mikayla Cooke scored four goals and had two assists for Kittatinny. Madisen Dippel scored two goals and had four assists. Katie Callahan, Geneva Loff, Tia Melvin, Carly Rigby and Madison Woollen scored two goals apiece. Cassidy Mulroy and Madison Nowatnick scored one goal apiece.

Kittatinny goalkeepers Emily Dyminski and Jessica Smalley split time on the field. Dyminski made 10 saves and Smalley made 8 saves.

Kate Finnegan scored three goals for High Point. Vanessa Sinacore scored two goals. Lauren Weiss scored one goal. Julianne Mangano contributed one assist.

Team records: High Point Wildcats 1-10. Kittatinny Cougars 8-6.






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