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Girls, Boys Lacrosse, Boys Tennis Teams Recognize Seniors

Girls, Boys Lacrosse, Boys Tennis Teams Recognize Seniors

The SJCS Varsity girls lacrosse team closed the home portion of their schedule with a convincing 13-1 victory against Irmo on Wednesday night.

It was the second win in a row for the Knights, who continued their strong play of late.

Before the game, the Knights honored their nine seniors: Cecelia Cancellaro, Natalia Cardenas, Riley Couchell, Clara Jane Crocker, Ciara Dellinger, Grace Eilers, Fiona Novak, Charlotte Papps and Mia Piccuta.

Eilers, who scored her 100th career goal in Monday's win on the road against Irmo, led the way with four goals. Papps had three goals, Piccuta and sophomore Kristen Nelson scored two goals apiece and Cardenas and Cancellaro each scored once.

The Knights also got a strong effort from junior goalie Sadie Butchko against the Yellow Jackets, who didn't score until late in the fourth quarter.


Boys Lacrosse

The Varsity boys lacrosse team came up short in their quest to win on Senior Day, losing to Spartanburg 10-8.

At halftime, the Knights recognized 15 seniors: Brendan Alvis, Mason Brierton, Christian Carmack, Carter Clary, Hayden Courchaine, Aidan Flaherty, Camilo Gacha, Max Hoover-Dempsey, Gabe Nelson, Gabriel O'Connell, Mason Smith, Dixon Watts, Walker Wolfram, Asher Wynn and Collins Langdon (who was not present).

Brierton scored early in the fourth quarter to pull the Knights to within 9-7. After Spartanburg made it 10-7, junior Chase Kennedy took a pass from sophomore Garrett Greer and found the back of the net to once again slice the margin to two.

But that was as close as the Knights could get.

Alvis had two goals and an assist, and junior Mills McCauley had two goals and two assists. Greer had a goal and three assists, Wolfram and Brierton each had a goal and an assist and Kennedy had a goal.


Boys Tennis

The Varsity boys tennis team lost a non-region match against visiting Greenville High on Wednesday, 6-1.

Before the match, the team honored seniors Miller Babcock, William Doyle and Palmer Saad for their contributions to the program.