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Playing the final night of regular season play at Ewing Street Field on Tuesday, Purple Power and Pink Flamingos battled to a 10-10 tie in the junior division of the Bel Air Women’s Summer Lacrosse League.

The tie ended the regular season with Purple at 2-1-2 and Pink at 1-2-2.

In the finale, Pink jumped ahead by three goals early, but Purple battled back. Pink also led late, but Purple netted two goals in the final two minutes to tie the game.

Clelly Davenport scored four goals to lead Pink, while Djene Diane added three goals. Grace Walker had two goals and Victoria Jennings had one.

Amy Bednarek led Purple with three goals, while Sam Coughlin and Logenn Schoen had two goals each. Madison Eurice, Alicia King and Caroline Hagan each had single goals.

Erin Dent made seven saves in the Purple goal, while Alexis Strouse had 15 saves for Pink.

In senior division play, Gray Goose extended its lead over Blue Hawaiian and Green Machine, by beating both in back-to-back games.

Gray (8-3-1) knocked off Blue (5-5-1) in game one, 14-8. Brooke Prater led the winners with five goals and one assist, while Willow Schneider, Fran Paradise, Amanda Malkowski and Gabby Antinozzi each had two goals.

Emily Tyler notched the other goal and Nicole Oakley had an assist.

Cari Biscoe led Blue with three goals and Morgan Grannas added two. Single goals were tallied by Amanda Baker, Ashley Pietra and Kelly Kemper.

Becca Youngbar had two assists, while Kemper, Pietra and Michelle Racine each had one.

Heather Dove made 12 saves in the Gray nets, while Grace Deckert and Kaitlyn Neumeister each made two saves in a half of work.

Gray picked up the sweep by topping Green (3-8), 9-5.

Schneider’s two goals paced Gray, while single goal scorers were Lauren Dooley, Elyse Wilson, Christine Nguyen, Malkowski, Oakley, Prater and Tyler. Oakley also had an assist.

Kelley Duncan and Britany Wickham led Green with two goals apiece and Kaylee Litke added a single tally.

Stefanie Saul collected 10 saves in the Gray goal and Brittany MacKnew had 11 stops for Green.

The senior division has two more nights of regular season play before championship action on July 8, while the junior division will have championship play on Tuesday.


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