The Lake Oswego and Lakeridge girls lacrosse teams squared off last week and the Lakers responded to their previous week's loss to Oregon City with a convincing 18-6 victory.

The Lakers won 16 draws to 10 from Lakeridge which helped Lake Oswego control possession for much of the game.

Abby Bergevin captured six of those draws for Lake Oswego and Madeline Reece captured five.

Seven different players scored for Lake Oswego who scored on 18 of 25 shot attempts.

Both Reece and Lilly Newman scored five goals for the Lakers. Bergevin, Lexi Cheetham and Alyssa Dragelin each scored twice for Lake Oswego.

Julianna Ramey had 10 saves for the Lakers as the Pacers were able to put some pressure on the team's defense.

Emily Harrell and Peyton van Allen each scored twice for Lakeridge who continue to play solid lacrosse in the brutal Three Rivers League.

With Oregon City's upset of Lake Oswego and West Linn's victory over the Pioneers on Monday, those three teams are all tied with one loss atop the standings.

Those three teams may also be the best in the state with the Pacers not far behind.

Lake Oswego and West Linn will meet for their rematch at West Linn High School this Friday in a game that could determine the league champion.

Lakeridge will play at Clackamas for in an important league battle.

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