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2020-2021 Game Summaries

Tigers Vanquish Indians For 4th Straight Win, 21-7

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The North Allegheny girls’ lacrosse team won its fourth consecutive game on Thursday night with a 21-7 victory over the North Hills Indians at Martorelli Stadium in Section 2-AAA action.

The Tigers held a 10-5 lead at the half and ran away with the game with an avalanche of goals that buried the Indians in the second half. Leading NA’s scoring bonanza were seniors Skye DePrado and Lola Wilhite with nine and seven goals, respectively.

Senior Katie Oates sparked the offense as well with a goal and three assists. Sophomore midfielder Mila Prusak helped facilitate the scoring with three assists of her own. Other goal scorers for the Tigers included Allison Lyon, Emma Lafayette, Bella Falo and Alyssa Redshaw, all netting one marker each.

North Hills was paced by Mya Belinda’s four-goal first half, but Belinda and Indians were shut down in the second half by the play of Lyon and Leigh Failla on defense over the final 25 minutes of play.

With the win, North Allegheny improves to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in Section 2-AAA. North Hills falls to 2-2 overall and 0-2 in the section. The Tigers look to keep things rolling on Tuesday night with a home matchup with Moon at 6:00 p.m. The game will be broadcast live by the North Allegheny Sports Network.

Girls Lacrosse Summary vs. North Hills, 4-8-21

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Tigers Sting Yellow Jackets In Section Opener, 23-5

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The North Allegheny girls’ lacrosse team won its Section 2-AAA opener with a road blowout of Freeport on Tuesday night, 23-5. It was the third consecutive victory for the Tigers and the second straight game NA has scored 22 goals or more.

All 15 position players on the varsity roster scored at least one goal in the onslaught, led by senior Skye DePrado’s four goal-effort. Senior Lola Wilhite and junior Bella Falo netted a hat trick each, while senior Makenna Tuman tallied a pair of markers to sting the Yellow Jackets.

Also touching the scoresheet with goals were Alyssa Redshaw, Mila Prusak, Amelia Henderson, Allison Lyon, Laurel Donley, Emma Lafayette, Katie Oates, Becka Oates, Chloe Winkworth, Kristen Kinzler and Ava Lindsey. Freshman Kelsea Apel got the start in net and earned the victory.

North Allegheny improves to 3-1 overall and 1-0 in Section 2-AAA. Freeport falls to 1-3 overall and 0-1 in section play. The Tigers will visit North Hills on Thursday for another section contest.

Girls Lacrosse Summary vs. Freeport, 4-6-21

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Skye DePrado Scores 100th Career Goal In Rout of Oakland Catholic

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by Jared Barton

A day after the North Allegheny Girls Lacrosse program spotted 18 goals on South Fayette, the Tigers took down the Oakland Catholic Eagles 22-3 at Newman Stadium Tuesday night.

Just like the night before, it did not take NA long to take the lead, and the Tigers never looked back. Senior Skye DePrado opened the scoring with about 24 minutes left in the first half. DePrado started what would turn into an eight-point night, including seven goals. She also hit a career milestone, as her sixth goal of the night also counted as the 100th of her career.

Senior Lola Wilhite also continued a solid week offensively, scoring five more goals after leading the Tigers with six against South Fayette the day before.

Senior Katie Oates and junior Bella Falo both tallied hat tricks, while Alyssa Redshaw, Makenna Tuman, Allison Lyon and Amelia Henderson all tallied a goal in the game. Oakland Catholic found minimal offense from Sophia Mellis and Katie Smith, who had two goals.

DePrado earned Wright Automotive Player of the Game honors for her big performance, while freshman Izzy Trunzo earned the win in net for NA.

The Tigers improve to 2-1 on the young season, and are back in action on the road next week against Freeport.

Girls Lacrosse Summary vs. Oakland Catholic, 3-30-21

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Lola Wilhite’s Six Goals Sparks Blowout Of South Fayette, 18-3

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The North Allegheny girls’ lacrosse team made a splash in the home opener on Monday night at Newman Stadium with an 18-3 triumph over the South Fayette Lions in non-section action.

The Tigers wasted little time against the Lions when senior Makenna Tuman won the opening faceoff and senior midfielder Lola Wilhite raced toward the SF goal and scored just 10 seconds into the game for an immediate 1-0. It was the first of six goals on the night for Wilhite, who added two assists and earned Wright Automotive Player of the Game honors.

Following Wilhite’s opening goal, the rout was on. In all four players netted hat tricks in the win. Along with Wilhite’s big night, seniors Alyssa Redshaw and Skye DePrado tallied four goals each, and junior Bella Falo scored three goals. Contributing to the NA onslaught was senior Katie Oates with a pair of goals. Redshaw and Falo added two assists each. In net, freshman Izzy Trunzo made six saves and earned her first varsity win.

North Allegheny improves to 1-1 following the blowout victory. South Fayette drops to 1-1. The Tigers look to build upon the win with a home game against Oakland Catholic on Tuesday night. The game will be broadcast live via the internet on the North Allegheny Sports Network.

NA Upended In Season Opener by Top-Ranked Upper St. Clair

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The North Allegheny girls’ lacrosse team opened the long-awaited 2021 spring sports season on Friday night and faced off against the top-ranked team in Class AAA, the Upper St. Clair Panthers. The fourth-ranked Tigers played valiantly but ultimately dropped a 16-6 decision to the homestanding Panthers in the South Hills.

USC held an 8-3 lead at the half and pulled away in the second half thanks to a seven-goal performance from junior Haley Newton, a University of Southern California commit. The Panthers also received a six-goal outing from Liberty commit, Celena Kerr.

North Allegheny was paced by its own Division I commit, senior Skye DePrado, who netted a hat trick and added one assist. Other goal scorers for the Tigers included Makenna Tuman, Katie Oates and Allison Lyon. Oates and Lola Wilhite chipped in with two assists apiece.

In net, Izzy Trunzo made 17 saves for the Tigers in what was a busy night for the freshman goalie making her varsity debut.

Following the season-opening loss, North Allegheny will look to rebound on Monday night with a home contest against South Fayette. The game will be broadcast live via the internet by the North Allegheny Sports Network.

Girls Lacrosse Summary vs. Upper St. Clair, 3-26-21

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