2018 Game Reports


CCHS vs. Westford April 10, 2018

posted Apr 17, 2018, 11:05 AM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse   [ updated Apr 17, 2018, 11:10 AM ]

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CCHS Girls Varsity Lacrosse continues to win..

posted May 24, 2016, 12:02 PM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse

The CCHS Girls Varsity lacrosse team (13-3) continued its winning streak, beating a tough Masconomet High School 17-11 last Wednesday. 

CC opened up the game winning the first draw control, controlling the offense, and scoring the first goal of the game by senior Grace Andonian on a free position shot. After a quick goal from Masconomet, CC went on to score 3 more times from solid offensive play by senior Hannah Dudley and sophomore Peyton Vaughn. 

During the first half, CC’s solid defense continued its dominance and shut down Masconomet’s offense. Senior Sophie Shipe had a key interception towards the end of the
first half which kept Masconomet out of the scoring column Three more goals by Dudley, and one by sophomore Kylee Bowen, as well as some terrific saves by goalie senior Abbie Flynn, increased CC’s lead to 8-2 at the half. 

The second half was more of the same as CC dominated the draw control, with Dudley, Vaughn, Madeline Leahy and Johanna O’Neil all combining to dominate the circle. CC saw 6 different players score in the second half. Although Masconomet made a run, scoring 4 quick goals in 2 minutes towards the end of the game, junior Alison Haney stepped up and made a key interception to change the momentum. 

Solid defense and caused turnovers by senior Brianna Stout, as well as some key saves by Abby Flynn kept Masconomet out of the game. Six Patriot players had multiple point games including Dudley (5 goals, 1 assist), Vaughn (3 goals, 1 assist), Andonian (2 goals), Bowen (2 goals), O’Neil (2 goals), and Leahy (2 goals). 

CC faces Westford Academy and rival Lincoln Sudbury in the next week.





Written by Kathi O'Neil.
Photos by Andy Dudley and Dave Andonian.

CC Beats Wayland 19-9

posted May 20, 2016, 5:57 AM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse

Concord Carlisle Girls Lacrosse beat Wayland 19-9 on Tuesday, May 10. Both teams were prepared for a showdown after the Patriots squeezed out a win in their last matchup.

CC Patriots took the field, dominated play early and were relentless until the final whistle.

The Patriots goals were scored by 10 different players with Sophomore Payton Vaughn leading the scoring with 5 goals and Senior Captain Johanna O'Neil contributing 4 goals. Other goal scorers for the day were Dudley (2), Leahy (2), Bowen, Hale, Dibble, Andonian, and Wilson.











Highlights include 10 saves by Senior goalie Abby Flynn and Hannah Dudley controlling more than half the draws. 

Concord Carlisle's defense led by Captain Brianna Stout did not let up a goal for the majority of the second half. Stout also caused 5 turnovers and picked up 3 ground balls. Katherine O'Connor, Allie Haney, Sophie Shipe, and Audrey Hunt played strong team 
defense and made Wayland work for every shot. 

Overall the Patriots showed tremendous teamwork and skill throughout the game.

  

Written by Judy Vaughn.
Photos by Andy Dudley and Dave Andonian.

CC Girls LAX Patriots beat rival AB Colonials 12-6 on 5/5

posted May 20, 2016, 5:21 AM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse   [ updated May 20, 2016, 5:23 AM ]

The CC Patriots early season game with the AB Colonials resulted in a disappointing loss for CC. However, last Thursday the Patriots took the field and established an early 4-1 lead and never let up. 

From the first draw Senior Co-captain Hannah Dudley drove to the net for the opening goal. Next, Senior Grace Andonian found the back of the net with two successive goals. Senior attacker, Cassidy Hale’s quickly fired a hard shot to the corner bringing the score to 4-0. AB got on the scoreboard 12 minutes into the first half bringing the score to 4-1. Senior co-captain Madeline Leahy scooped a ground ball, quickly transitioned down the field for pass to Cassidy Hale who tossed in goal number five.

Senior Goalie Abby Flynn robbed the Colonials of 6 goals in the first half and stepped up to save seven goals in the second half.

AB’s offense fought back, but CC dominated play by notching ten draw controls for the day.

CC Patriots come out strong and didn’t let up until the final whistle.





Written by Judy Vaughn.
Photos by Andy Dudley and Dave Andonian.

Patriots Top Waltham in a 14-10 Win

posted May 20, 2016, 5:08 AM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse

Senior Co-captain Hannah Dudley led the team with ten draw controls, 5 goals and 4 assists.

All told CC controlled 18 draws. Waltham’ Taylor Pinzone dominated Waltham’s scoring was able to score 10 goals a few free position shots with a rocket shot from just insie the 8 meter line. O’Neil 3 goals and 4 assists.

Although CC’s had possesion of the ball for most of the game, Waltham was able to capitalize on turn overs with the help of Taylor Pinzone.

16 draw contols for CC girls.

Flynn stepped up to make 8 saves in the first half. Goalkeeping duties were shared by Ameilia Slade and Finn for the second half.








Written by Judy Vaughn.
Photos by Andy Dudley and Dave Andonian.

CC Girls LAX wins against Newton South (15-7)

posted May 8, 2016, 9:43 AM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse

The Lions opened the game with two quick goals. Patriots’s co-captain Johanna O’Neil started off the scoring in the first half on quick pass from fellow co-captain Hannah Dudley. Next, it was Hannah’s turn to score on a pass from sophomore, Kiley Bowen. Bringing the score to 2-2. Newton South scored on a pass to a player in front of the crease. Hannah Dudley dodged through the Lion defense to net an unassisted goal (3-3). Newton South and CC battled back and forth in the first half. Cassidy Hale scored on a quick stick pass from Kylee Bowen. Hannah Dudley closed out the half at 6-4 by scoring on a free position shot. Junior Goalie, Amelia Slade saved 6 of the 12 shots on net in the first half. The Patriot’s worked hard on the circle to record 9 draw controls.

The CC Patriots came on strong in the second half scoring 9 goals. Second half highlights include Kiley Bowen scoring on a low finesse shot with the help of Johanna O’Neil. Madeline Leahy, Grace Andonian and Molly Dibble each found the back of the net with 1 goal each. When the game was over Dudley contributed 5 goals and one assist and O’neil tallied up 4 goals and 2 assists. Concord dominated the circle the second half with 12 draw controls.

Patriot’s defense led by co-captain Brianna Stout, co-captain Sophie Shipe, Audrey Hunt and Goalie Abbey Flynn held the Lions to 1 goal in the second half. Flynn stepped up saving 4 shots on goals.


Written by Judy Vaughn.
Photos by Andy Dudley and Dave Andonian.

The Patriots Prevail Over Weston (16-10)

posted May 8, 2016, 9:09 AM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse   [ updated May 8, 2016, 9:11 AM ]

In the first four minutes of the game the Weston Wildcats came on strong scoring 2 quick goals. Soon after CC’s Payton Vaughn retaliated by scoring off her own rebound, next Cassidy Hale fired a low shot to the corner off an assist from fellow senior Hannah Dudley bringing the score to 2-2. Weston then scored a goal off a quick cut to the middle and Amelia Slade saved a free position shot. Slade helped her team with a 50% save ratio for the half. Briana Stout kept CC in game by forcing some key turnovers and senior Audrey Hunt used her speed to take possession of 4 ground balls for CC. The first half ended with score of 5-6 and the Patriots leading by 1 goal.

The Patriots offense come on strong in the second half scoring 10 goals. Kathryn O’Connor
helped the CC defense by forcing a turnover which led to a quick transition down the field where senior Grace Andonian found the back of the net. Scoring was led by Dudley with 2 goals and 1 assist, Leahy with 2 goals, Grace Andonian with 2 goals, Kylee Bowen 1 goal and 1 assist, additional goals were scored one each by Cassidy Hale, Sophie Shipe and Payton Vaughn.

CC’s defense came on strong in the second half shutting down the Wildcats’ offense by allowing only 1 goal to reach the back of the net.




Written by Judy Vaughn.
Photos by Andy Dudley and Dave Andonian.


LS Exacts Revenge

posted May 8, 2016, 8:45 AM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse

Lincoln Sudbury scored early. Cassidy Hale returned the favor with strong shot to the corner. The game was off to a quick start. As play continued in the first half LS dominated the draw controls and gained the lead with a strong, settled offense that continued throughout the game. Some notable highlights in the first half were when CCHS Senior Johanna O’Neil got a quick stick goal off an assist from Grace Andonian bringing the score to 3-2. With 7 minutes left to half Hannah Dudley hit the corner with an assist from Johanna O’Neil. The first half ended with LS leading 7-3.

LS came out strong in the second half capitalizing on turnovers and a few key ground balls. Further widening the gap to 9-3. Late in the second half Sophmore Payton Vaughn drove to
the net scoring on an inside shot to the right post. A few minutes later she was able to score on a free position shot bringing the score to 11-5. LS closed out the game with another goal. Final score 12-5. The Patriots fought hard, but LS slipped through the cracks. Though a disappointing loss, CC girls are motivated to work hard and excited to face Newton South at home on Friday, April 29th.








Written by Judy Vaughn.
Photos by Andy Dudley and Dave Andonian.

CC 10, Algonquin 7

posted May 8, 2016, 8:29 AM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse   [ updated May 8, 2016, 8:31 AM ]

The Concord-Carlisle girl’s lacrosse team continued their working vacation by hosting Algonquin Friday morning at Memorial Field, notching a 10-7 win.

Algonquin aggressively attacked right away, but their number five, Juliet Chapin, who proved to be their major offensive threat, fired a dangerous propel shot that turned the ball over to CC, and sophomore Payton Vaughn took the ball immediately the other way all the way to goal, only to have the goalie catch the tipped shot. Cassidy Hale recovered the ball with a check and fed Hannah Dudley for CC’s first goal.

CC kept the momentum with an immediate draw control by CC’s Madeline Leahy, as she
fed it up for another Hale to Dudley goal. Between false starts by Algonquin and a well-oiled Johanna O’Neil to Dudley draw machine, CC seemed to control most of the draws for the remainder of the game.

Algonquin scored their first goal at the twenty-one minute mark, and then a second on a free position shot with a low bouncer to tie it 2-2. The pressure of CC’s defense led to an intercepted low pass by Leahy who took it all the way to goal to make it 3-2. Another O’Neil to Dudley draw and some quick passing by Hale back to O’Neil gave the fans excitement, as her shot pinged off the post, and a fleet-footed CC defensive duo of Vaughn and Allie Haney sprinted back the length of the field to thwart the Algonquin shooter right in front of the CC net, keeping the lead for what would be the rest of the game.

The next goal came from Dudley scooping a ground ball and drawing a free position shot that whistled past the goalie and deflected down and Chapin then reached back to snag a pass behind her in full stride and threatened a goal, but Brianna Stout and Vaughn drove her to ground without fouling her, causing a turnover.



Back at the Algonquin end CC worked their plays around an Algonquin save and then Grace Andonian scored after drawing a shooting space foul, making it 5-2. Shortly after that, Kylee Bowen stutter stepped with two defenders on her, and suddenly finding herself left alone, took the opportunity to fire home a sidearm shot to make it 6-2.

Algonquin continued to battle for the ball and mount offensive threats to keep it close. After a foul goalie Abby Flynn made a difficult stick-side low save. Algonquin also rifled shots wide and over the CC net, as the CC defense kept up the pressure, with Stout and Vaughn knocking down Algonquin passes and Audrey Hunt winning a ground ball from two Algonquin players.

At the end of the first half, after a last second attempt to get it to the Algonquin end with a crowd-pleasing long pass Stout threw to Vaughn, CC led 6-4.

CC opened the second half strong with a draw control by Dudley, and a free position shot by Molly Dibble that the Algonquin goalie saved. Algonquin then came within one, as Chapin reached up high for a pass right in front of the net and buried it in the top of the net.

Amelia Slade made a save for CC at eighteen minutes, preserving the lead for CC.

A long pass from Dudley hit Dibble right in front, who turned and fired it low, to make it 7-5. Another CC draw from O’Neil to Dudley drew a foul, and then Dudley sped towards the net to draw another foul at the eight meter, which she proceeded to score on despite having three players on her. Algonquin did not give up, with the goalie making an interception, and their players recovering a nice stick check by O’Neil, and fighting in the middle for every ground ball. Slade had to make a save on a quick shot, and a fight for the rebound yielded a free position shot for Algonquin, a low bouncer that Slade saved.

Algonquin’s defense stayed on CC, making a save on O’Neil, before she did score on a pass from Bowen at 10:13. Algonquin fought back to within two again, with a shot by Chapin and then a goal off a nice cut by Algonquin making it 9-7 with six minutes left.

With four minutes left Haney came up with the ball and brought it up field, giving it to Bowen in front, who put it in the net for the final goal, despite the converging defenders. After Vaughn shut down a one-on-one attacker, Algonquin’s last attack ended with another Slade save and CC’s defense keeping the ball to the side of the net as the clock ran down.

Coach Paul Morrison: “It was a hard fought game with Algonquin. They challenged us and we responded to it. Abby and Amelia have been impressive in the goal all season long, and the defense has been a rock. On attack we continue to improve, but we haven’t played to our potential yet.”


Written by Teresa Leahy.
Photos by Andy Dudley and Dave Andonian.

Concord 9 -- Marblehead 6

posted Apr 21, 2016, 7:01 PM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse   [ updated Apr 21, 2016, 7:03 PM ]

The Concord-Carlisle girl’s lacrosse team began April vacation with a 9-6 win over the Marblehead Magicians. Although Marblehead pinged a shot off the post to open the game, it remained scoreless for seven minutes as CC kept their patience and Hannah Dudley scored after receiving a great feed from Johanna O’Neil. CC brought a renewed sense of movement on offense, constantly cutting in front of the Marblehead net, and grit and tenacity on defense, forcing Marblehead to work extra hard through midfield pressure just to get the ball upfield.

Much of the game was back and forth, and the action low to the ground, aggressively scooping ground balls and pressuring along the sidelines, causing turnovers that soon led to goals. Sophie Shipe pressured a sideline play that led to CC’s second goal by Dudley. The back-and-forth play continued until the fourteen-minute mark, when the Magicians had the ball at the CC end, but could not conjure a way through the Patriots’ defense. After some near forced turnovers, Brianna Stout came up with the ball, fed it to Dudley, who sent it to Payton Vaughn to take up the field, where Kylee Bowen circled the net and gave it to O’Neil for a quickstick goal.

Marblehead did not give up, cutting the CC lead to 4-3 at the half. Abby Flynn made a save on a free position shot to keep the lead with a minute left in the half, which ended with CC sophomore Kat O’Connor holding possession of the ball after Dudley knocked down a Magician pass to end their chance to tie it up. CC’s fourth goal came on a free position shot by Dudley after drawing a foul driving to the net.

The battle continued in the second half, opened by Briana Stout drawing a foul off the draw to keep the ball for CC. Stout powered her way to hard fought results, battling for two draw controls, four ground balls and three caused turnovers. Cassidy Hale and Annie Wilson were tenacious at redefending. CC scored first by a quick-footed Bowen with an assist from Shipe. A big save made by junior Amelia Slade, by stepping to the ball on a Marblehead drive to the net, followed by another save, aided by some good stick checks by the CC defense, kept CC in the lead. The Magicians managed to tie the game eight minutes into the second half with a bounced free position shot. A minute later Bowen prestidigitated with her own bounced free position shot to retake the lead permanently. She cemented it with another one from a free position shot after being fouled by the goalie.

After a time out with ten minutes left, CC worked the ball around the Marblehead net until Molly Dibble scored CC’s eighth goal with a hard five-hole shot. The final goal was scored by Dudley on a play that left the right side of the arc open for her to attack.








Written by Teresa Leahy.
Photos by Andy Dudley and Dave Andonian.

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