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The boys All Area Lacrosse team was recently announced by the Fayette County Lacrosse Club
The McIntosh Lady Chiefs lacrosse team was close to winning their first state championship on Saturday evening, but Westminster edged them out in the second overtime period to win their third consecutive state title, 10-9.
The McIntosh Lady Chiefs hosted Kell in the A-AAAA quarterfinals last Friday and Johns Creek in the semifinals on Tuesday and won both games to advance to their first state final in lacrosse. They will host Westminster on Saturday.
The Starr’s Mill boys lacrosse team controlled their own destiny Wednesday night. A win against McIntosh guaranteed a spot in the playoffs. With a loss, they would need some help. The game meant more than just a playoff spot, however, as the Panthers were looking for their first win over the Chiefs in the program’s history.
McIntosh’s varsity lacrosse team has picked up three tough losses recently. On Saturday, Apr. 7, they lost to Walton 12-10 and on Tuesday, Apr. 10 they lost to St. Pius X 10-6. On Saturday, Alpharetta, the second ranked team in Class AAAAA, beat them 16-6.
McIntosh’s varsity lacrosse team has picked up two tough losses recently. On Saturday, Apr. 7, they lost to Walton 12-10 and on Tuesday, Apr. 10 they lost to St. Pius X 10-6.
There was no lacrosse scheduled for over spring break but the local teams need all the rest they can get as they will be plenty busy when things get started back up.
The girls lacrosse teams from McIntosh and Starr’s Mill met at Starr’s Mill on Monday night and slugged it out in a very even, back and forth first half.
McIntosh’s varsity boys lacrosse team (2-3) snapped a three game losing streak with a 16-2 win over Grady on Monday.
The Starr’s Mill High School varsity and junior varsity boys lacrosse teams, opened their season with a winter break trip to Jacksonville, FL February 19-22.
Early Monday morning both teams traveled to the Bolles School to face the Vero Beach Fighting Indians. The Panthers JV team played a great game, but the experienced Vero Beach JV team won 11-4. In game two the Panthers varsity team lost 12-8 in a very close game.