Ten months ago the Broughton Girls Lacrosse season ended with a controversial game against rival Wakefield. In that game last May, trailing 9-8 with ten seconds left in the first half, the Caps scored. However, an inadvertant whistle rescinded that score, leaving the Caps down one at halftime. The second half was never played, cancelled by the presence of a storm in the area. Wakefield was awarded the win, and for ten months the Caps have waited to resume play.
On Thursday night the Caps vindicated themselves, with a convincing 19-7 win at Wakefield.
Broughton started Thursday's game strong, and never let up. The Caps led early 4-0, led 11-4 at half, and built that lead through the second half. Scoring for the Caps were Addie Camak (5), Margaret Anne Warner (5), Sydney Russel (4), EJ Fuller (4) and Carol Seigler (1).
The Caps defense were outstanding through the game, led by Carson Harvey in goal.
With the win, the Caps remain unbeaten in conference play, and are a big step closer to a conference title.
The team's next game is Tuesday March 28 at Millbrook.