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Last-minute goal upsets Bainbridge
SNOHOMISH – Hannah Graves shot her way to a hat trick with under a minute to play that pushed Snohomish to a 14–13 upset win over powerhouse Bainbridge in girls high school lacrosse action late last week at Glacier Peak High School.
After playing to an 8–8 tie in the first and then going head-to-head in the second with the game again knotted heading into the final minute of play, Graves broke free and fired the game-winner past BHS goaltender McKenzie Scott with just 55 seconds to play.
The great shot served up the Spartans’ first loss of the spring.
With the win, Snohomish moved into a virtual tie with Lakeside on top of the girls North Sound Conference standings.
Graves finished the night with four points (three goals, one assist) and five ground balls.
The Spartans were led by Sallie Marx with four goals and two assists for six points. Snohomish goaltender Zoe Powell kept the combined Snohomish-Glacier Peak High School squad in position for the win with 12 saves.
Kyra Wortley added three goals for Bainbridge, while teammate Amy Willerford booted in two. Paige Brigham split the posts for two goals; she also had a pair of assists. Fellow Spartans Carolyn Yarbrough and Stacey Marx added a goal each.