Girls lacrosse victorious — again

By TONY MARQUIS | The Moorestown Sun

The Moorestown girls lacrosse team added another win to its streak, beating Cinnaminson, 19–4, Wednesday afternoon.

Kelsey Miller scored a career-high five goals — two of which helped turn a first-half rally by Cinnaminson into a rout.

The win against Cinnaminson (1–2) was the team’s 192nd consecutive victory against New Jersey opponents.

Nine different players scored for the Quakers (4–0), who jumped out to a 6–0 lead in the first 14 minutes.

After Cinnaminson’s Shannon Quinn scored two goals in less than two minutes, Moorestown came right back with five — two from Miller, who has a team-high 11 for the season.

Stephanie Toy had three goals and Alyssa Ogle scored two goals — both at the beginning of the second half. Katrina Martinelli and Jenna Dougherty each scored two goals and had two assists.

The Quakers have won the last nine Tournament of Champions titles, but 11 players from last year’s team graduated and went on to play college lacrosse.

See a future print edition of The Sun for a story on the team.