Martha’s Vineyarders girls’ lacrosse team beat Coyle-Cassidy Tuesday

Niki Alexander duels with a Wayland Warrior during Saturday's game at Dan McCarthy Field.
Photo by Ralph Stewart

Niki Alexander duels with a Wayland Warrior during Saturday's game at Dan McCarthy Field.

Tuesday, the high school girls lacrosse team continued its unbeaten way in the Eastern Athletic Conference by topping Coyle & Cassidy, here, 17 – 5.

Still unbeaten in the Eastern Athletic Conference at 4-0, the Vineyarders are 6-3 overall on the year.

Molly Fischer led all scorers with five goals and four assists. Maddy Hughes scored twice and assisted five times. Also scoring for the Vineyard were Alex Mark, Angela deBettencourt, Isabella Smith, Ana Irwin, Jenny Hart, and Caroline Fournier.

Saturday, the Martha’s Vineyard girls’ lacrosse team lost to the Wayland Warriors, at home, 14-11. The defeat followed a loss to Cohasset on April 27.

The Warriors jumped off to an early five-goal lead, 6-1, and made it stand up. At the half the Vineyarders had edged closer, 9-6, and got within two later in the second half, but could not catch up.

Alayna Hutchinson was top scorer for the purple and white with 3 goals and 2 assists. Cat Todd also had 3 goals. Also scoring: Angela DeBettencourt, Niki Alexander, Alex Mark, Jenny Lindland, and Molly Fischer. Taylor Poggi contributed two assists.

Last Wednesday, April 27 the girls played away at Cohasset and were overpowered, 26-16. Molly Fischer led the Vineyard scorers with four goals while Jennie Lindland had three goals and an assist. Three of the Skippers — Kelsey Erler, Hope Kissick, and Whitney Jaffe combined for 22 goals and seven assists. Cohasset’s record improved to 4-1.