Girls lacrossers outlast Lakeside, end their winning streak
June 9, 2008 · Updated 2:40 PM
The defense and goalie Josefine Wallace come up big late in the game.
Posted at 11:10 p.m.
Natalie Evans and Sally Baumgartner combined to score seven goals as Bainbridge defeated Lakeside 12-10 Wednesday night.
The loss ends the Lions' undefeated streak in league play.
Baumgartner and Evans scored the first two goals for Bainbridge but Ellen Fitzharris and Lauren McAndrews scored for Lakeside to keep things tied up.
The Lions scored the next two goals, but Bainbridge went on a 3-1 run to end the first half tied at six.
Brett Eisenhart put one in for Lakeside three minutes into the second half, but Marley Horne, Lucy Schlesser and Evans scored three big goals to put the Spartans up with 13:59 left.
The two teams traded goals three more times as the defense did the rest.
Goalie Josefine Wallace also made several big saves, even making some big stops on free position shots by the Lions.
Lakeside also had two goals late in the game, but one was disallowed on a crease violation, the other was taken away after the ref had discovered that McAndrews had scored her goal with an illegal stick.
Bainbridge (10-1) plays at Bellevue Friday before hosting North Kitsap next Wednesday for their last home game of the regular season.