Elli Prickett charges upfield in the Spartans’ win against Everett. (Lara Sweeney photo)

Elli Prickett charges upfield in the Spartans’ win against Everett. (Lara Sweeney photo)

Spartans overcome Everett in LAX

  • Friday, May 11, 2018 1:30pm
  • Sports

BAINBRIDGE – The Spartans brought the Seagulls back down to earth with an 18-3 win in girls varsity lacrosse at Bainbridge Memorial Stadium.

Bainbridge spread the offense around, with nine Spartans scoring against Everett in the contest.

Mackenzie Chapman paced BHS with six goals.

Maggie Sweeney fired in three more for BHS, with Bella Jackson and Eleanor King contributing two goals each.

Eleanor Collins, Maddie Fountain, Kendall Vaill, Elli Prickett and Abby Reibsamen each added a goal.

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