LHS girls' lacrosse gets wins over Gilford

Laconia High School's varsity and junior varsity teams each earned a win Tuesday when they hosted opponents from Gilford.
The varsity game, which ended with a 14-5 decision, was secured for Laconia by goalie Hannah McDaniel, who had five saves. She was helped by defenders Jordan Lovely and Meya Minor.
Handling the ball well in the midfield for the Sachems were Natalie Compton, Tori Holmes and Mackenzie Howe. 
Laconia's scoring attack was lead by Gabby Smith, who scored six goals and had one assists. Howe had two goals and three assists, Holmes scored three times and recorded one assist, Danielle Cote had a pair of goals and a pair of assists, and Arianna Laliberte scored once.
After Tuesday's game, the LHS girls' varsity lacrosse team had a record of one win, two losses.
Laconia High School girls' junior varsity lacrosse team jumped out to an early lead then held off Gilford's numerous comeback attempts in capping a 10-5 win.
Laconia was lead by Abbie Crowell's 4 goals and Teegan Stevens scored 2 goals. Laconia scoring was rounded out by Bleona Dreshaj's 2 goals and single tallies from Maggie Randall and Isabelle Gorse..
Alexis Johnson and Gorse also stood out in setting up the offense.
Goalie Lyndsey Paronto once again anchored the defense with several solid saves while in the net. Courtney Walker, Becky Kneuer and Randall helped keep Gilford's offense in check.