Harriton High School's girls varsity lacrosse team recently won the program's second state title as they defeated Manheim Township by a score 12-6 in the PIAA AAA State Championship game held at West Chester East High School.
The Rams (24-2) turned an early 4-3 deficit into a 12-5 lead with a 9-1 run throughout the latter stages of the game enabling them to milk the clock over the last 19 minutes en route to securing the state title. Harriton won their first state championship back in 2013 when the Rams topped Central League rival Radnor in an overtime thriller by a tally of 8-7. Congratulations to the team on an incredible season!
Harriton Box Score
|Allie Schwab (All-American, Academic All-American)||4 goals, 2 assists|
|Lucy Dwyer (Academic All-American)||1 goal, 1 assist|
|Grace Dwyer||4 goals, 5 draw controls, 4 ground balls|
|Katelin Williams (All-American)||2 goals, 1 assist|
|Emily Stewart (Academic All-American)||1 goal, 4 draw controls, 4 ground balls|
|Alex Turner||8 saves|
|Reilly Short||3 ground balls|
|Mikayla Braver||2 ground balls|
|Abby Tevis||1 ground ball|
To view a video on YouTube created by Katelin Williams highlighting the team's journey to winning this year's state title, click here.