The Mount Mercy Academy Lacrosse team completed its season this week.  Although the team lost its three games, Coach Haley Gaulton is optimistic about the future.  

The team showed marked improvement against Nardin the second time around, scoring six goals after being shut out in the earlier game.  Junior Abby Mailloux (Buffalo) scored five of the Magic’s goals and freshman Payton Keane (West Seneca) added a goal and three assists.  Junior goalie Jenna Brown (Buffalo) had 14 saves.

In its second game of the week Mount Mercy took on a top team in the league and lost a tough game to Sacred Heart 18-11.  Keane led the way with four goals, Mailloux added three, sophomore Quinn D’Anthony (Buffalo) added two goals and junior Olivia Fuller (West Seneca) and freshman Bella Scarcello (Buffalo) each tallied once.

“This game goes to show that we can compete with the best of the league when we have our full team,” Gaulton commented. “Since we have a young team with no seniors, we will be even better next year.”

In the team’s final game, the Magic played short-handed due to several team members attending a prom.  The team lost to Saint Mary’s of Lancaster 10-3 despite playing with only 10 players the entire game.  Keane scored all three of the team’s goals.

“We were missing five starters and played a player down the entire game,” Gaulton said.  “I am very happy with the effort from the players, especially the freshmen.”



Jenna Brown - SportsUNION article,  "Learning on the fly."


2022 Lacrosse Schedule
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Head Coach: Tyler Gaulton
Assistant Coach: Haley Gaulton

2022 Varsity Lacrosse Roster 

Grade Name Jersey #1
11 Madelyn Hart 15
11 Jenna Brown 10
11 Isabella Fedele 14
11 Brenna Berhalter 25
11 Abigail Mailloux 19
11 Emma Connors 16
11 Olivia Fuller 27
10 Quinn D'Anthony 10
10 Margaret Melligan 18
10 Isabella Shea 5
10 Trinity Mead 11
9 Payton Keane 13
9 Ellie Hart 6
9 Bridie McCabe 20
9 Anna Enright 9
9 Madison Leonard 12



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