The Wilson boys and girls lacrosse teams advanced to the BCIAA lacrosse finals on Tuesday night. Exeter will meet the lady Bulldogs in the first title game. Berks Catholic is set to face Wilson in the nightcap.
At Shillington, the (1) Wilson boys rolled to a 15-3 win over (4) Exeter in a rematch of last year's county final. Matt Close led the way with 7 points. Connor Howell had 5 while Ryan Connolly added 4 for the Bulldogs.
The defending champion Bulldogs will face (3) Berks Catholic, who stunned (2) Governor Mifflin in overtime, 12-11, at Don Thomas Stadium. Nick Waligurski netted four goals to lead the Saints. Tanner Pajakinas scored the game winner in OT.
Joshua and Aric Dupell had strong games for the Mustangs, combining for 9 points.
On the girls side, (1) Exeter made a a furious rally to top (4) Berks Catholic, 9-8, in Shillington. The Eagles rallied from a 4-goal halftime deficit to reach the championship game and defend its county crown.
And at Don Thomas Stadium, (3) Wilson WL edged (2) Governor Mifflin in overtime, 15-14, on a game-winner from Maddie Klee.
Klee had 7 goals in the game and Maddie Terefenko added 4. Emma Jones paced the Mustangs with 4 goals.
The girls final will be at 5:45 on Thursday night. The boys final will follow at 7:45. Both games will be at Daniel Boone.
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