No. 14 Century bests Bel Air, Comets at girls lacrosse mixer
Three of the area’s top public girls lacrosse teams – Bel Air, Catonsville and Century – converged in Baltimore County Saturday for the Catonsville Invitational.
It was a successful venture from Carroll County for the 14th-ranked Knights from Carroll County who posted victories over the No. 16 Bobcats and 17th-ranked Comets.
In the opening match, Century got six goals from junior midfielder Grace Bruce and University of Maryland commit Demma Hall added five goals and three assists in a 19-13 victory over Bel Air. Maggi Hall had five goals and an assist for the Bobcats, and Gabby Trzeciak finished with three goals and two assists.
The Knights (6-1 overall) posted an 18-14 victory over host Catonsville as Hall finished with five goals and five assists and Bruce, who’s committed to High Point, had five goals. Junior Kolby Weedon led Catonsville with five goals and Lindsay Marshall added four.
With both teams dealing with injuries and a match Tuesday evening, the Comets and Bel Air play to a 11-11 deadlock. The teams played two 15-minute halves.
Hall had four goals for Bel Air (2-3-1), and Ava Goeller finished with a hat trick. The Bobcats host Catonsville (3-2-1) Tuesday at 6:45 p.m.
Pictured above: Demma Hall (23), who’s committed to the University of Maryland, had a big day for Century girls lacrosse Saturday. She totaled 10 goals and eight assists as the No. 14 Knights defeated 16th-ranked Bel Air and host and No. 17 Catonsville at the Catonsville Invitational.