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What is the only instate team that has beaten the Westminster girls lacrosse team this season?

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Marist beat Carrollton by one point for the AAAA boys track and field state championship last year.

LACROSSE PLAYOFF SCORES


 

GHSA Playoffs (Second round scores)


Lacrosse


Girls

Thursday, May 7, 2015


Class AAAAAA

(R2 #3) Walton 20, (R3 #2) Northview 10

(R1 #1) Harrison 23, (R4 #4) Grayson 7

(R2 #2) Lassiter 12, (R3 #3) West Forsyth 5

(R4 #1) North Gwinnett 19, (R1 #4) Newnan 4

(R4 #2) Collins Hill 20, (R1 #3) North Paulding 8

(R2 #1) Milton 18, (R3 #4) Lambert 6

(R4 #3) Mill Creek 13, (R1 #2) Kennesaw Mountain 11

(R3 #1) Chattahoochee 24, (R2 #4) Pope 13


Class A-AAAAA

(R3 #2) Blessed Trinity 16, (R2 #3) Creekview 7

(R1 #1) McIntosh 10, (R4 #4) Union Grove 8

(R2 #2) Westminster 15, (R3 #3) Wesleyan 9

(R4 #1) St. Pius 13, (R1 #4) Starr's Mill 8

(R1 #3) Woodward Academy 15, (R4 #2) Lakeside-Evans 14

(R2 #1) Kell 21, (R3 #4) Holy Innocents' 4

(R1 #2) Lovett 15, (R4 #3) Marist 12

(R3 #1) Cambridge 22, (R2 #4) Sprayberry 7


 


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LACROSSE PLAYOFFS
By Craig Sager II

Quarterfinals bring new must-see match ups


 

The first round of the boys Class AAAAAA playoffs were filled with upsets Area 2 title hopefuls Pope and Etowah edged top-ranked Lambert and No. 3 Johns Creek. Pope defeated the Longhorns 7-6 in overtime and Etowah held off the Gladiators 9-7. Roswell also advanced out of the first round as the No. 1 seed out of Area 2 with a 15-5 win over Northview. Lassiter would've completed an Area 2 first round sweep, but Syracuse-commit Nate Solomon and Centennial were too strong and cruised to an 18-5 win.

 

Centennial gets Harrison in the second round after the Hoyas stamped a 17-6 win over Collins Hill in the first round. This will be a rematch of May 1 when Centennial traveled to Harrison and left with a 19-11 victory. Pope draws North Gwinnett, which is coming off an impressive 17-7 opening round win over Hillgrove. This will be the first meeting between the two teams this year. North Gwinnett has not lost a game in regulation since Feb. 21.

 

Mill Creek and Roswell clash in the bottom half of the AAAAAA bracket and both come off double-digit victories. The winner of the Hawks and Hornets will take on the winner of Kennesaw Mountain and Etowah in the semis.

 

In Class A-AAAAA, fourth-seeded McIntosh dominated St. Pius 13-6 in the first round. The Chiefs earned a second round matchup wit Allatoona, which cruised to a 22-7 win over Wesleyan.

 

The remaining girls playoffs in Class AAAAAA has a chance to be as competitive as we have seen in any sport this school year. Walton and Harrison meet in the quarterfinals after cruising past Northview (20-10) and Grayson (23-7) in the first round and powers Lassiter and North Gwinnett face off to determine which team gets the winner of the Raiders and Hoyas. North Gwinnett has not played Lassiter or Walton this year but did beat Harrison 17-9 on April 22. Walton has not played Harrison or North Gwinnett this year and fell to Lassiter 16-10 on April 22.

 

On the bottom half of the quarterfinal bracket, 15-3 Collins Hill will battle with No. 1 Milton. Collins Hill scored a 20-8 win over North Paulding to open the playoffs and battle-tested Milton stifled Lambert 18-6. The winner of the Eagles' showdown will face Mill Creek or Chattahoochee. Chattahoochee dominated Collins Hill back on March 28 with a 21-8 victory but has not faced Mill Creek this year. When Mill Creek faced Collins Hill on April 25, the Hawks fell 19-18 in double overtime.

 

In Class A-AAAAA, all sights are set on the semifinals barring any major upsets in the quarterfinals. The winner of Blessed Trinity and McIntosh takes on the winner of Westminster and St. Pius and the winner of Woodward and Kell gets the winner of Lovett and No. 1 Cambridge.

 

Kell has not lost to a Class A-AAAAA opponent all year and Cambridge is a perfect 17-0 against instate opponents. Westminster's only instate loss was to Kell (16-8) on April 30, but it was a big one. The defending champion Longhorns are peaking at the right time once again. 





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