Governor Mifflin moves on to the Lacrosse Championship among girls of 3rd grade 3A

Gov. Mifflin rallied with a deficit of four goals in the break to beat Hamfield, who sat under number two, with a score of 12-11 in the semi-final game of District 3 Class 3A on Monday in Landesville.

For the first time in the district finals are “Mustangs”, which are sown under the sixth number (15-6). On Wednesday at 17:00 at Dauphin Central High School in Harrisburg they will meet the best seeded Mannheim Township, beating Wilson 11-10 in the other semi-final.

“Black Knights” (17-2) will host the “Bulldogs” in the match for third place on Wednesday at 16:30

All four teams already have a place in the PIAA playoffs.

Kelsey Dag scored three seconds before the end of the first half and put Hampfield ahead 8-4.

Deig, who decided to play lacrosse in Eastern Michigan, received her second yellow card in 28 seconds of the half and was eliminated by the end of the game.

Mifflin took advantage.

Eliza Enriquez scored three goals in a row to help the Mustang equalize 8-8. Her sixth goal put Mifflin ahead 12-10 with a score of 3:12.

Hampfield scored with a score of 1:36, making the score 12-11, and 30 seconds before the end another shot hit the post.

Enriquez also had two assists. Mia Bailhart had three goals and three assists, Sophie Stanislavchik – two, and Brooke Mock – for Mifflin. Riley Troll made eight saves.

In Nefsville, the Bulldogs under the fourth seed (16-6) in the second half outscored 4-3 against the Blue Streaks.

Kayla Wilkes led Wilson with four goals. Alex Kairis has two goals and two assists, Ainsley McLain has two goals and an assist, and Mia Richitel has two goals for the Bulldogs.

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