DV defeats Coughlin in girls varsity lacrosse

Milford. DV accomplished a commanding lead by halftime.


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  • Delaware Valley's Victoria Blaut scoops up a ground ball in the first quarter. Blaut made one assist.




  • A Coughlin Crusader carries the ball while a Delaware Valley Warrior keeps pace.




  • Delaware Valley's Skyler Padgett carries the ball. Padgett scored two goals.




  • Delaware Valley lacrosse player Bailey Fedun scored her 200th career goal.




  • Delaware Valley's Madison Fedun scoops up a ground ball. Fedun made one assist.




  • Delaware Valley goalie Emily Ocasio uses her crosse to toss the ball.



Photos are by George Leroy Hunter. For more photos please visit pikecountycourier.com.


Delaware Valley High School (Milford, Pa.) defeated James M. Coughlin High School (Wilkes-Barre, Pa.) in girls varsity lacrosse on Thursday, May 16.

Delaware Valley accomplished a commanding 12-0 lead by halftime. The final score was 18-3.

The District 2/6 Sub-Regional Semi-Final took place at Delaware Valley High School.

Team records

Coughlin Crusaders 4-8

Delaware Valley Warriors 12-6








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