It was an entertaining evening of county semifinal games on Tuesday. Three out of the four victors were decided by one goal. The Exeter and Wilson girls can consider themselves among those.
It took a second half rally for the lady Eagles to escape Berks Catholic with a victory.
The win pushed Exeter's overall record to 19-0. The defending county champs are putting together another impressive season thus far.
The Eagles know they didn't play their best lacrosse in the semifinal. They also recognize they'll need to be better in the finals against Wilson.
The lady Bulldogs punched their ticket to the final by scoring an overtime win over Governor Mifflin, a team they had lost two twice this year.
Wilson thinks it can produce that can kind of performance and result against Exeter. The key for them is to make sure they stay in the game long enough to give themselves a chance late, much like they did against Mifflin.
Exeter will meet Wilson on Thursday night at 5:45 at Daniel Boone.
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