by Rob Tetro
It was a tail of two halves when the Fulton girls lacrosse team took Onondaga Saturday. During the first half, the contest featured two evenly matched teams playing next to even lacrosse.
Onondaga, however, was more effective in the second half. Improved defense and second-chance shots on goal helped Onondaga to pull ahead and away from Fulton for an 8-6 win.
Following a competitive first half of play, Fulton had a one goal lead at 5-4. The second half was a different story. Onondaga used second-chance opportunities to outscore Fulton by three goals en route to the two-goal win.
Fulton was led by Amelia Coakley and Julia Ludington, who each scored two goals. Following Coakley and Ludington were Erica Knaub and Kate Rothrock, who each scored a goal a piece.
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