Girls lacrosse: Holy Family moves to second round of state playoffs
Holy Family's Mallory Jimenez, left, shoots ahead of Eagle Valley's Ava Symanski (2), in a CHSAA 4A opening round playoff game at Holy Family High School in Broomfield May 10. The Tigers advanced into the second round, beating the Devils 20-11.
Eagle Valley freshman Kyler Weatherred (left) shoots against Holy Family defenders Alicia Barajas (8) and Annaiz Portillo during a CHSAA opening round state 4A playoff game, at Holy Family in Broomfield May 10. The Tigers advanced to play #1 seed Evergreen by beating the Devils 20-11.
Eagle Valley's Sienna Rinn, left, tries to slow down Holy Family's Sarah Vail during a CHSAA 4A girls state lacrosse playoff game in Broomfield May, 10. The Tigers advanced into the second round, defeating the Devils 20-11.
Holy Family's girls lacrosse team turned back Eagle Valley 20-11 in the opening round of the state 4A girls lacrosse tournament on the Tigers' field May 10.
Sarah Vail and Julia Hodell scored eight goals apiece for Holy Family. Hodell also registered five assists. Mallory Jimenez scored a pair of goals, and Maggie Garrett and Fiona Snashall added one goal.
Sienna Rinn scored four of the Devils' goals. CJ Yurcak added three, and Sidney Collett scored two goals.
The win sends the Tigers into the second round and a match at top-seeded Evergreen High School. It's set for a 6 p.m. start Thursday, May 12.
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