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F.C. Lacrosse Teams Tie Undefeated Opponents

F.C. U13 Boys Black

The boys played three games over the weekend, from Ashburn, to Wakefield, and then at home on Sunday.sports_fclacrosse.jpg

The team continued to raise their level of play as the only Falls Church team in the “A” division, scoring four goals against a disciplined Stafford team Sunday afternoon. Scoring for the Mustangs were Peter Kress, CJ Tyeryar, Jackson Cogar and Sean Comrnay. Eriksen Johansen and Jackson Cogar each assisted on a goal. Veteran goalie Dan Dusenberry turned away numerous Stafford shots.

Falls Church U13 Girls

The girls defeated Arlington 10-2 at Wakefield on Sunday. Good passing in the shooting area allowed several players to score goals; Haley Zullo and Shannon Upton had two apiece, and Claire Saunders, Claire Tourkin, Savanna Sulc, Rachel Barrett, Rae Mondragon and Andrea Philbin had one each. Kaity Budney and Clio Dinan shared goalie duty for the first time. The team stands in second place with three regular season games remaining.

F.C. U11 Boys Black

The boys battled to a 5-5 tie against undefeated Manassas at Moore Cadillac Stadium. After falling behind 3-0 in the first quarter, the Mustangs rallied to take a 4-3 lead on unassisted goals by Drew Trauth, Alex Tyeryar and Will Gaskins, with Ethan Wolak scoring off a feed from Wake Wildman. Manassas countered with two fourth quarter goals to take a 5-4 lead.
However, Drew Trauth buried his second unassisted goal of the game with less than one minute remaining in the game to tie the game at five. Connar Mulcahy won the ensuing face-off for Falls Church, but the shots sailed wide of the goal.

Falls Church U11 Girls

The girls had another hard fought game in Woodbridge on Sunday. After being down five goals in the first half, the Mustangs came surging back in the second half, with two goals by Hannah Hiscott and a goal apiece by Maddie Hof, Caroline Duffet and Maeve Donnelly. However, the Prince William Lightning scored three goals in the second half to win 8-5. Caroline Duffet and Maria Torregrosa split goalie duties, each with a 50-percent save total. Defensively, Jackie Nnaji, Anna Dubro, Claire Hiscott, and Daria Glennon performed strongly.

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