Oswego Girls’ Lacrosse Tops Syracuse

OSWEGO – The first half of the game we played very good defense but we did not take care of the ball on the offensive side the way we needed to.  Half time we were able to chat and change our game plan up and needed to see the field better offensively.

The second half we stuck with it and maintained better possessions and moved the ball better than we did in the first half.

Very proud of the effort we got from everyone, we played Syracuse two weeks ago and we knew they were going to bring a physical game to us and they did.

The girls stayed on task in the second half to secure the win for us.

We are heading down the road to Mexico on Thursday and I am sure they are going to give us a good game as they just beat ESM a day or so ago and will have some momentum.

We need to take care of the ball offensively against them and come out strong in the first half on Thursday.


Date of Contest: 4/18/17

Opponent: Syracuse

Scores: Oswego: 10 – Syracuse: 6

Celia Fitzgerald – goal and assist (2 points)
Riley Jaquin – 3 goals and assist  (4 points)
Makayla Mesec – assist (1 point)
Mackenzie Rice – goal (1 point)
Madelaine Taylor – 5 goals (5 points)
Bree Konu – 9 saves

Records: League: 1 – 2  Overall: 2- 3

Submitted by Theodore (Teddy) Beers,
Physical Education Teacher
Volleyball and Lacrosse Coach
Oswego City School District