The Manhasset Lady Indians defeated the North Shore Lady Vikings 7-2 in lacrosse on Thursday afternoon, led by Madison Rielly’s hat trick.
Manhasset goalkeeper Krissy Kowalski recorded nine saves while Lily Sheridan had a goal and an assist.
Alana Greene led North Shore with two goals while goalkeeper Quinn Lacy stopped 11 shots.
Manhasset head coach Danielle Gallagher said Kowalski and the team’s defense was the difference against North Shore.
“The defense definitely came up strong,” Gallagher said. “They had a really good first half. Krissy also played well and came up with some big saves for us.”
In the first half, Manhasset outscored North Shore 4-0 and outshot them 11-5.
Rielly scored two goals while Sheridan recorded a goal and an assist to pace Manhasset’s attack.
Manhasset took a 1-0 lead roughly two minutes into the game.
Sheridan scored a goal off a feed from Casey Roszko.
With 15:33 remaining in the first half, Rielly scored a goal off a feed from Sheridan to give Manhasset a two goal lead.
Maggie Beresheim gave Manhasset a 3-0 lead with 12:47 left in the first half on a free position shot.
Rielly scored her second goal of the game at 10:40 and Manhasset took a 4-0 lead into halftime.
In the second half, Manhasset outscored North Shore 3-2 and had a 7-6 edge in shots on goal.
Greene provided North Shore’s offense with two goals.
Greene capitalized on a Manhasset penalty with 22:38 left in the second half as North Shore trailed 4-1.
Rielly completed the hat trick with 16:12 left to play off a feed from Shea Garcia to give Manhasset a 5-1 lead.
While it was an all-around effort that got them the win, Rielly said a big factor in her performance was working with teammates to generate scoring chances.
“Individually, I did well with feeding off my teammates,” Rielly said. “Everybody worked together to create options for each other. Our defense was a big part of causing turnovers as well as our midfielders bringing it out, but I think it was a full team effort.”
Madison Miller gave Manhasset a five goal lead with 15 minutes remaining on a free position shot.
North Shore responded two minutes later with Greene’s second goal of the game to cut the lead to four.
Kelly Trotta scored with 11:17 left to play and Manhasset went on to win 7-2.
Girls Lacrosse Scores
Monday, April 24
Massapequa defeated Manhasset 9-8. Jackie Gatti, who recorded a hat trick, scored with 4:40 left to give Massapequa a 9-6 lead. Alexa Gentile added two goals for Massapequa while goalkeeper Sophia Cardello made nine saves. Madison Miller led Manhasset with a hat trick while Madison Rielly recorded two goals and two assists.
Port Washington defeated South Side 15-9. Lily Avazis led Port Washington with four goals. Rachel Rosen posted a hat trick and four assists while Rebecca Rosen had a hat trick and an assist.
Tuesday, April 25
New Hyde Park defeated Hempstead 17-1. Alexandra Petricca led New Hyde Park with two goals and an assist while Krysta Sollecito and Madeline Slaski each recorded a goal and two assists.
Wednesday, April 26
Carey defeated Herricks 11-7. Kelly-Ann McGrath led Carey with five goals and three assists. Corinna Salerno added two goals and an assist for Carey while goalkeeper Angelica Miceli-Kaya had 17 saves. Chase McGahan led Herricks with five goals.
Mepham defeated Mineola 16-9. Anna Marie Hagerty led Mepham with four goals. Erin Chalich had a hat trick and an assist for Mepham while goalkeeper Hope Kotowski stopped 12 shots. Caroline Perri led Mineola with six goals.
Thursday, April 27
Floral Park defeated Bethpage 16-13. Tate Horan led Floral Park with four goals and four assists. Maeve McGovern added four goals and two assists for Floral Park while goalkeeper Meghan Douglas recorded 13 saves.
Baldwin defeated Roslyn 16-8. Sarah Pulis led Baldwin with six goals and three assists while Sam Conforti had two goals and three assists. Sam Busch led Roslyn with four goals while Emily Cohen scored twice.
Syosset defeated Port Washington 5-4. Nicole Concannon scored twice in the second half to put Syosset up 5-3. Taylyn Stadler added two goals for Syosset while goalkeeper Amanda Alejo made seven saves. Michaela Gearty led Port Washington with a goal and an assist while goalkeeper Claudia Hanover stopped seven shots.
Wheatley defeated West Hempstead 21-15. Sami Rothstein led Wheatley with eight goals and an assist while Jolie Katz recorded seven goals and an assist.
New Hyde Park defeated Glen Cove 13-2. Geena Gardella led New Hyde Park with four goals and three assists while Krysta Sollecito added four goals and two assists.
Great Neck North defeated Roosevelt 20-11. Ariella Lerner led Great Neck North with nine goals and an assist. Claire Kivelowitz recorded a hat trick and an assist while Carly Campbell added a hat trick for Great Neck North.