CLARKSBURG – The best high school girls’ lacrosse players in West Virginia gathered at Robert C. Byrd High on Saturday and divided into two teams for the annual West Virginia Scholastic Lacrosse Association (WVSLA) All-Star game.
The Lady Bucs were well-represented in the game with six players from head coach Jamie Greene’s squad.
The six Lady Bucs were Miranda Greene, Jayme Lantz, Kennedi Lewellyn, Haylee Rice, Emileigh Ryan and Mya Tenney, who played for the North, dropping a 14-8 contest to the South.
Greene led the North offense with five goals.
Lewellyn led the North defense with six ground balls while Tenney had four and Lantz three.
“All six players played great,” remarked Greene. “Ryan and Rice both had good showings on offense.”
West Virginia Scholastic Lacrosse Association is a collection of Boys and Girls Lacrosse programs from across the State of West Virginia.
The WVSLA serves to promote the sport of lacrosse by providing healthy competition, educational activities in the play of the game, rules, and coaching.
The Association provides training and certification clinics in the rules of the game, lacrosse coaching fundamentals, player safety, and leadership skills.