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Westborough girls” lacrosse falls to Duxbury

Westborough High School's Nicole Foster (#40, left) blasts her shot past Duxbury High School's Katie Smith (#6, right center) and goal keeper Charlotte Wahle.

Westborough High School's Nicole Foster (#40, left) blasts her shot past Duxbury High School's Katie Smith (#6, right center) and goal keeper Charlotte Wahle.

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer
Westborough – The Westborough High School Rangers girls’ lacrosse team hosted the Duxbury High School Dragons for a non-league game at Joseph R. Mewhiney Field April 12.

Duxbury scored first, while Westborough's Olivia Weckwerth provided their first goal (assisted by senior co-captain Mia Natale) with 13:05 remaining. ?Duxbury continued to dominate and led 7-1 at the end of the first half.

In the second half, the Rangers made some adjustments and scored 6more times, but it was not quite enough. The Dragons eventually won, 11-7.

Photos/Chris Wraight

Westborough High School senior co-captain Mia Natale (#21, right) shoots against Duxbury High School defenders Riley Berigan (#8, front) and Katie Smith (#6, left).

Westborough High School senior co-captain Mia Natale (#21, right) shoots against Duxbury High School defenders Riley Berigan (#8, front) and Katie Smith (#6, left).

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