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Although hoops probably earned Gilbert more ink, she stood out in lacrosse – despite not playing club until the summer before her junior year. This spring, the William & Mary junior midfielder earned second team All-Coastal Athletic Association honors.

Rams in lacrosse playbacks

The season came to a close this week for the Pennridge Rams boys lacrosse team; the Pennridge girls were still alive at press time.

Pennridge boys and girls, each winners of the SOL National, both found themselves in District One Class 3A lacrosse playbacks at press time. The No. 5 Pennridge boys (16-4) beat No. 12 Downingtown …

Four area teams kicked off the District One Class 3A boys lacrosse tournament Tuesday – two from Central Bucks and the two Council Rocks – but only one school district has something to smile …

Any Ches-Mont team is going to be a challenge. No. 20 West Chester Henderson was no exception. The Warriors scored two quick goals and closed the first quarter up 4-0 in their 13-5 win over host No. 13 Central Bucks West Tuesday night in the first round of the District One 3A girls lacrosse tournament.

They are two of the newer girls lacrosse programs in the Suburban One League. But players on William Tennent and Quakertown see bright futures for both programs. Quakertown traveled to William Tennent …

The Quakertown boys lacrosse team is still a work in progress. But things are definitely on the upswing. Quakertown fell to host Plymouth Whitemarsh, 13-9, in a Suburban One League American Conference …

Seniors are the backbone of this year’s Council Rock North girls lacrosse team. So it was fitting that CR North picked up a big Suburban One League National Conference win on Senior Night.

The race is on.And the Pennridge girls lacrosse team is right in the thick of it.The Rams are in the hunt for the Suburban One League National Conference title and helped themselves with a 21-10 win …

Last season, the Pennridge boys lacrosse team had the element of surprise in their favor. This year, the Rams aren’t sneaking up on anyone. Pennridge defeated visiting Central Bucks East, 12-4, in …

Four straight wins for CB West

Hats off to the Central Bucks West girls lacrosse team. Bella Schrandt, Kamryn Brownlow and Katie Casale all scored hat tricks – with Schrandt and Casale tallying four goals each – Tuesday night …

The first quarter told the tale. The Council Rock South boys lacrosse team scored four unanswered goals in the first frame en route to a 14-6 triumph over host Council Rock North in Tuesday night’s …

CB West triumphs

The Central Bucks West girls lacrosse team defeated host Council Rock South 16-10 Monday. CB West (5-2) hosted Council Rock North Wednesday (results unavailable at press time) ahead of traveling to …

New Hope-Solebury is coming off a season that saw the Lions reach the District One Class 2A boys lacrosse playoffs, but that squad has largely moved on.“Last year, we had a lot of seniors. We had …

Milestones for Titans Geary, Conner

A pair of Central Bucks South lacrosse players – junior Addy Geary and senior Keith Conner – hit the century mark this week. Midfielder Geary scored her 100th career goal on Saturday, as part of a …

Girls lacrosse: Strong week for Rocks

Both Council Rocks had strong weeks as they entered break. CR North beat Allentown Central Catholic 13-10 last Thursday. Five different Indians had multiple goals, led by four from senior co-captain …

The Archbishop Wood and Central Bucks South girls lacrosse teams compete in very different leagues.But their goals are very similar.Each would like to climb higher in the standings.The two met on …

Madie Thistlewaite thinks a back-to-basics approach just might be the key to success. The senior on the New Hope-Solebury girls lacrosse team may be onto something, as that approach helped the Lions …

A 4, a 3 and a pair of 2s beats Aces.On a cold Monday night in Doylestown – there were flurries in the second half – Central Bucks West got four goals from Michael Rafalowski, three goals from …

It wasn’t exactly a growing pain. But it still hurt. The Central Bucks East boys lacrosse team lost a non-league game to visiting Downingtown East, 11-6, on Tuesday night at First Lt. Colby Umbrell Field at Patriot Stadium.

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