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Belmont girls' lacrosse gets win against Pinkerton

Allivia Burbank scored six times to lead the Belmont High School girls' lacrosse team to a 12-10 victory over the Pinkerton Academy freshman team.
The first half was evenly played with both sides having chances to score. Pinkerton was able to capitalize on their opportunities while the Belmont girls were stymied by brilliant goaltending. The Pinkerton netminder made several key stops to keep her team in the lead. The action went up and down the field with the teams trading offensive rushes and defensive stops. Pinkerton took
a 6-2 lead into halftime.
The second half started like the first. The teams traded goals until the Lady Red Raiders found their rhythm. The girls took a two goal lead with about eight minutes remaining in the game. After trading goals, and with several key savesby goalie Alexa Robbins in the final minute, Belmont held on for the 12–10 victory in their opening game of the 2013 season.
In addition to Burbank's six goals, Zoe Zeller scored three, Emily Ennis two, and Anna Scott added one. Goaltender Alexa Robbins turned aside 8 shots during the contest, several from point-blank range in the final minute. Maddi Blajda, Sarah Thayer, Maddy Borden, Jen Hamilton and Kayla Harpell played well in their first game. Kate Witschonke had a strong game helping to keep the ball on the offensive side of the field.
Belmont's next contest is at Kearsarge on Friday.
 
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