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Eden Prairie girls rout Blaine 18-5

06/13/2017, 7:00pm CDT
By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune

The top-ranked Eagles moved to 16-1 on the season with the victory.


Naomi Rogge (2) fires from close range late in the second half. Eden Prairie coasts to an 18-5 victory over Blaine in the State quarterfinal matchup at Minnetonka High School. Photo by Cheryl Myers, SportsEngine

As the consensus top high school girls’ lacrosse program in Minnesota, the No. 1-ranked and top tournament seed Eden Prairie took one step closer to living up to their expectations in routing the Bengals 18-5.

Brooke Lewis scored five goals, Sammie Morton scored four and Maggie Brown and and C.J. Froemming three each for the Eagles, who improved to 16-1.

The victory ran their winning streak over Minnesota teams to 52 games. Loyola Academy (Ill.) has provided the lone blemish on the Eagles’ schedule in each of the last three seasons. The last Minnesota team to defeat Eden Prairie was Blake in the 2014 state championship game.

 Abby Jones scored three goals for Blaine (15-2).


Freshman Maggie Brown led the Eagles with five points on Tuesday evening. Photo by Cheryl Myers, SportsEngine

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