Algonquin girls rugby falls to Lincoln-Sudbury

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Alognquins Isabella Pike gets tackled by her opponent. (Photo/Owen Jones)

NORTHBOROUGH – The Algonquin girls rugby team took the field on Friday for their second match of this year’s spring season, ultimately falling to Lincoln-Sudbury by a score of 43-17.

The loss was Algonquin’s second so far this spring after a defeat at the hands of Weymouth on April 12.

The Titans also previously scrimmaged Lincoln-Sudbury on April 8.

The Warriors opened the scoring against the Titans in the first half on Friday with a try and a successful kick. 

The Algonquin squad managed to answer, cutting into the Warriors lead with a try of their own by Kareena Khurana.

The Titans picked up two more tries before the end of the game. But the Warriors kept the pressure on in between scores, adding to their lead for the win.

Algonquin will now be back in action on May 6 with a game against Brookline High School.

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