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Shrewsbury girls” lacrosse team breaks losing streak to Algonquin

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

Shrewsbury High School's Alexa Tonelli (#12, right) shoots on goal in front of Algonquin Regional High School's Molly Dore (#9, left)

Shrewsbury High School's Alexa Tonelli (#12, right) shoots on goal in front of Algonquin Regional High School's Molly Dore (#9, left)

Solid Defense

Shrewsbury High School's Lauren Ineson (#18, right) looks for an open player around the defense of Algonquin Regional High School's Mary Rousseau (#18, left).

Shrewsbury – The Shrewsbury High School Colonials hosted the Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks for a girls’ lacrosse game May 3.

Shrewsbury had lost nine games in a row to Algonquin, including last year's Central Massachusetts final. In this game, the Colonials came out roaring and scored three quick goals (Caroline Trabucco and Lauren Ineson, 2) while the Tomahawks’ Amanda Murphy scored first for her team.

Shrewsbury maintained a 10-9 lead at the half and the two swapped goals in the second half with Trabucco scoring the game winner with less than a minute left as Shrewsbury won 18-17.

Photos/Chris Wraight

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