Mercer Island falls to Lakeside by one | Girls prep lacrosse

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Mercer Island's Wesley Tomlinson looks for an open teammate during the Islanders home game against Lakeside on Thursday, March 29. The Islanders lost 16-15.
— image credit: Megan Managan/Mercer Island Reporter

Despite an early lead, the Mercer Island girls lacrosse team eventually succumed to Lakeside on Thursday night, losing 16-15.

The Islanders were up early in the game by several points, but Lakeside quickly took control of the match and held the advantage going into the second half. The teams battled back and forth during the second half, but Lakesides eventually earned the win.

Dulce Moll had four goals during the game, with three ground balls and a draw control. Teammate Elena Skouras had three goals, while Tyler Sherper added two of her own, while earning two draw controls. Madison Blackburn added two goals and an assist, with Saffron Snethen adding another two in the net. Natalie Marques posted one goal with an assist and two draw controls. Tayler Dahlgren posted a goal, three draw controls, while goalie Erika Eagan had 11 saves.

The team will take a week off for spring break, but return to action on Tuesday, April 10 with a match at Snohomish at 7:30 p.m. before traveling to play Tacoma on Thursday, April 12.


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