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SC girls LAX has night of milestones in win over Chambersburg

By Kenny Varner

UNIVERSITY PARK – Happy 100th Celebration!

State College broke out the sticks early and often posting an incredible 11-0 advantage after one period en route to a convincing  victory over Chambersburg at Penn State Lacrosse’s Panzer Field.

Highlighting the evening was Ella Tamborini who tallied her 100th goal of her magical career.

Another milestone came at the defensive end as at 5:47 in the final stanza teammate Liv Miller collected her 100th forced turnover.

The Little Lady Lions opened to an early 4-0 in the opening minutes.

Tamborini led the run hitting the  second and third goal for the Little Lions.

Macey Mitchell made it 4-0 with only 3:09 taken off the clock.

Goalie Hannah had a strong showing early on.

The State College Transition game was very dominating, pushing the ball down into the circle with much success.

At 5:12, the Lady Little Lions struck again making it a 5-0 contest on a goal by Mitchell.

Lila Franklin was next to put her name in the scorebook at 4:46, upping it to a 6-0 contest.

At 2:58 left in the opening period history was made when Tambroni blasted a shot past the Chambersburg goalkeeper surpassing 100 career goal mark and in the process upping the lead to


Seconds later Mitchell worked her way to another goal. With 2:04 Mitchell snuck another heater past for an 8-0 run.

The offensive pressure continued when at 1:45 left in the opening period the Lions took a 9-0 lead on a goal from Lily Sidwell from Franklin.

State College rounded out the first quarter with goals from Emma Lally and Stella Arrington, putting the contest into mercy rule status.

With the clock continuing to run, it did not slowdown the feverish scoring run by the home squad.

Putting in replacements in the period, the Lions added five goals in the second quarter, making it a State College 16-0 advantage.

Defensively, the Little Lions were on lock down mode, holding off Chambersburg and going into the intermission leading 16-0.

In the third, the Chambersburg offense scored their first goal 16-1 with 9:56 left in the quarter.

When the dust settled and the final buzzer sounded, the Little Lions finished in grand fashion as Miller reached her milestone en route to the 22-4 victory in front of the hometown crowd.

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