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The Edgewood Rams girls varsity lacrosse team opened up its season with a win Tuesday, beating host Joppatowne, 15-11.

Christine Nguyen and Meghan Welch each scored three goals to lead the Rams, while Natalee Olah and Rachel Holland tallied two goals apiece in the win.

Rebecca Conte, Amanda Jones, Cheyenne Piccolo, Ellise Hall and Evonna Allio scored a goal each and Nguyen added the Rams lone assist.

Christina Miller and Brittany Gonzalez paced the Joppatowne scoring with three goals each, while Caroline Clark finished with two goals and three assists.

Julie Sands, Emma McDougall and Cynthia Ezedike added a single goal each for the Mariners.

Edgewood keeper Kelsey Yungandreas recorded the win in goal with six saves, while in the Joppatowne nets, goalie Ratoshia Scott had 10 saves.

Cobras top Eagles

Harford Tech also opened its season with a win, topping visiting Aberdeen on Tuesday, 15-5.

Tech freshman Lauren Spalt laced the nets five times and added two assists for the winners, while Marisa Braungart added three goals. Morgan Cillo and Sarah Chetlat added two goals in the win. Chetlat also had five assists.

Aberdeen goals were scored by Amanda Willard, Megan Lutrey, Monica Ashton, Lucy Daghir and Andrea Siedlarczyk, while Morgan Tildon added one assist.

Aberdeen keeper Desiree Vann finished with 10 saves.

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