Board of Selectmen Recognized Girl's Lacrosse team at July 9th Meeting
Category : Town Administration
Department / Board / Committee : Board of Selectmen
Type : General
The Westwood Girls lacrosse team took another victory this past season with a 20-6 victory to claim the Division 1 State Championship on June 15th in Worcester. The championship was the fourth for the senior class in the last five years. Westwood kept expanding the lead, and three goals in the last two minutes blew the lead up to 10 at the half. Five different Wolverines scored during the first 25 minutes.
Following another championship season, one of the Westwood High School varsity girls lacrosse team's own has been crowned "Miss Lacrosse" by ESPNBoston.com.
Senior captain Laura McHoul, who graduated from WHS in May, received the designation this week, according to an ESPNBoston.com report.
McHoul was named Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the Tri-Valley League after recording 148 points (63 goals, 85 assists), giving her a career total of 426 (194, 232), according to the ESPNBoston.com report. McHoul signed a National Letter of Intent in 2011 to play Division 1 lacrosse for the University of New Hampshire in the fall of 2012.
Leslie Frank was also named Coach of the Year by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA). Leslie has brought Westwood to the Championship and won 6 out of the last 10 years.
This year, the Selectmen presented special t-shirts that were made for the team. The Board expressed their congratulations to the girls and their coach for another winning season.