Lawrenceville, N.J.- The Germantown Academy girls lacrosse team (4-1, 1-0) suffered their first defeat of the season in a high-scoring affair against The Lawrenceville School, 19-15, on Wednesday.
Despite a tremendous day for standout midfielder Brooke Kiley, who scored seven goals while assisting on three more, the difference proved to be Lawrenceville goalie Emily Krueger, who recorded 16 saves on the day.
Germantown Academy used two goalies in the contest: Natalie Diamond, who tallied four saves, and Allie Carrigan, who saved five. Attacker Hanna Bogorowski scored five for the Lady Patriots, while attacker Caroline Haynie chipped in one and recorded three assists.
Offensively, Lawrenceville was led by Annie Morris, who also scored seven goals.
Germantown Academy is back in action Thursday with a home game against The Peddie School at 4:15 p.m.
GA 15 Lawrenceville 19
GA- Brooke Kiley 7, Hanna Bogorowski 5, Kelli Stack, Caroline Haynie, Allie Cannon
LV- Annie Morris 7, Delaina Smith 3, Jane Kirby 3, Jess Castelo 2, Hannah Taggart 2, Eliza Becker, Claire Crowley
GA- Brooke Kiley 3, Caroline Haynie 3
LV- Hannah Taggart 2, Delaina Smith 1, Annie Murphy 1
GA Natalie Diamond- 4 saves/ Allie Carrigan 5 saves
LV Emily Krueger 16 saves