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Girls lacrosse beats Haverford 16-4


By Aren Framil and Howard Kim, Co-Editors-in-Chief

On Tuesday, the varsity girls’ lacrosse team beat Haverford 16-4, continuing its now five-game winning streak.

The Pioneers shot ahead at the start of the game, ending the first quarter 8-1. In the second quarter, goals from freshman Bianca Antonacci and seniors Eva Stagnaro and Kiki Liebezeit widened the girls’ lead, bringing the score to 12-1 by halftime.

In the second half, Haverford began to match the Pioneers’ pace, scoring one goal in the third quarter while sophomore Carolyn Jones and senior Ellie Wisch each scored once, ending the quarter 14-2. Conestoga stayed ahead in the last quarter, and sophomore Katie Mierzwa scored the final goal for the Pioneers, who came away with a 16-4 victory.

The girl’s lacrosse team will face Ridley on Thursday.

Check out some photos from the game below!

Girls Lacrosse 4/9/24

Aren Framil can be reached at [email protected].

Howard Kim can be reached at [email protected].

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Aren Framil
Aren Framil, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Aren Framil is a junior and the Co-News Editor of The Spoke. He has previously served as a Design Editor and has a passion for visual design and graphics. He covers community events and enjoys investigative reporting on topics such as social justice. Outside of The Spoke, he is classically trained in Western opera and sings in soprano for PhilHarmonia, a choir in Philadelphia. He leads Conestoga's Graphic Design Club, and hopes to make a career in visual design.
Howard Kim
Howard Kim, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Howard Kim is a junior and the Co-News Editor of The Spoke. Last year, he served as a Co-Sports Editor. He likes to cover local government and sports-related stories. Outside of the newspaper, he enjoys going on rollercoasters and watching Christopher Nolan movies.