ROUNDUP: Bristol girls lacrosse holds off late push by St. Paul to win

Published on Saturday, 6 May 2017 22:23


BRISTOL - The St. Paul girls lacrosse team made a furious attempt at a comeback but the Bristol co-op held it off to win 12-11 in a cross-city matchup at Bristol Eastern on Saturday afternoon.

The co-op led by four goals in the fourth quarter but the Falcons closed the gap with a few late goals but could not get the all-important tying goal. According to Bristol head coach Kyle Phelan, many players made big plays that led to his team’s win.

Gabby Abramczyk led the way for the co-op, scoring four goals, while Meghan Hamel was not far behind with three tallies. Mikayla Norton and Emily Stadnicki each netted a pair of goals and Natalie Domitriz added one of her own. Six different players accounted for Bristol’s six assists in the game: Norton, Hamel, Stadnicki, Ashley Watson, Ashley Macdonald and Jess Kenney.

In net, Kenney posted 13 saves to backstop Bristol to its third win of the season (3-7). The loss drops the Falcons to 2-6 this spring.


Bristol Central competes at Middletown Invitational: Kaynan Conrod had the Rams’ best individual finish on the day, claiming sixth place in the 100. Bristol Central’s 4x800 relay team of Adam Chawner, Aldrick Grant, Mark Petrosky and Pat Kjornrattanawanich finished sixth as well.

Other individual highlights for Bristol Central were Elijah Ortiz finishing eighth in the 300 hurdles, Hunter Peterson taking ninth in the high jump and Nick Marcantonio’s ninth-place finish in the pole vault.

Behind the 4x800 team, the Rams’ 4x400 foursome had the second-best finish on the day, placing eighth. That team was made up of Conrod, Kjornrattanawanich, Luis Medina and Elijah Ortiz.

Josh Kestenbaum can be reached at 860-973-1811 or On Twitter: @K_baum30

Posted in The Bristol Press, Bristol Central, Bristol Eastern, General Sports, St. Paul on Saturday, 6 May 2017 22:23. Updated: Saturday, 6 May 2017 22:25.