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September 18, 2018

Fulton 3/4 Lacrosse Team Members are “Kings of the Hill”


Fulton's 3 and 4 grade lacrosse team went 3-0 at the King of the Hill tournament, outscoring their opponents 21-3. Kelly Caza, Hayley Vann, Rebecca Bailey, Domonique Johnson, Keara Patterson, Camille Stevenson, Patrice Hudson, Maddie Baum. Airyona Croci, Coach Hinman, Coach Dunsmoor, Taylor Bonoffski, Coach Karpinko, Megan Lupton, Olivia Duca, Kelsey Pickard.

Fulton's 3 and 4 grade lacrosse team went 3-0 at the King of the Hill tournament, outscoring their opponents 21-3. Kelly Caza, Hayley Vann, Rebecca Bailey, Domonique Johnson, Keara Patterson, Camille Stevenson, Patrice Hudson, Maddie Baum. Airyona Croci, Coach Hinman, Coach Dunsmoor, Taylor Bonoffski, Coach Karpinko, Megan Lupton, Olivia Duca, Kelsey Pickard.

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This past Saturday Fulton’s 3/4 grade girls lacrosse team participated in the King of the Hill tournament at JD High School. Fulton finished the day with a 3-0 record and outscored their opponents by a combined score of 21-3.

Valley was the first victim of the day, with Fulton scoring early and often for a 9-0 win. Scoring goals for Fulton were; Kelly Caza (3), Maddie Baum (2), Keara Patterson (2), Rebecca Bailey and Olivia Duca. Bailey, Caza, Duca and Baum registered assists, along with Domonique Johnson.

Fulton faced the traditionally strong Jamesville-Dewitt team in their second game. However, tradition was not enough for the Red Rams, as Patterson took early control of this game, finishing with three goals. Johnson, Bailey and Bonoffski also buried the ball in the net for a 6-2 victory. Duca and Caza each had two assists.

In their final game of the day, Fulton faced off against ESM. Just like the weather, Fulton stayed hot and cruised to a 6-1 victory. Bailey (2), Duca, Vann, Caza and Johnson tallied goals, while Baum (2) and Patterson recorded assists.

Fulton looks to build upon its stellar play in their final two games of the season.

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