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April 5, 2014

HIGH SCHOOLS: Niagara Falls loses to Mt. St. Mary's in girls lacrosse

Niagara Gazette — staff reports

The Niagara Falls (0-3) girl’s lacrosse team dropped its third straight game to start the season on Friday, falling 10-4 to Mt. St. Mary’s (1-0). Three players scored for the Wolverines — Angelica Porto scored two goals and Erica Fruscione and Marissa Stockings each added one apiece. Stockings’ goal was the first of her varsity career.

Niagara Falls head coach William Schmidtke was happy with the team’s defensive performance but thought they could have performed better on offense.

“I have positive feelings for moving forward,” Schmidtke said. “It’s kind of growing pains. I feel we just have to do better in our focus and I think that will bring about the results.”

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