Senior Kyra Perry (white jersey) finished her home career with six goals and two assist in Dunwoody’s 12-7 win over Union Grove. (Photo by Mark Brock)
The Dunwoody Lady Wildcat lacrosse squad sent its seniors out in a big way with a 12-7 victory over Union Grove on Senior Night at North DeKalb Stadium on Tuesday.
Senior Kyra Perry had a memorable night in her last home game as she scored six goals and had a pair of assists while freshman Phoebe Ringers also tallied five goals.
Dunwoody came out on fire scoring the first seven goals of the game to jump out to a 7-0 advantage with 13:50 left in the first half.
Ringers opened the game with a goal as she cut to the net and Perry hit her with a nice pass for the score and a 1-0 lead just 1 minute and 26 seconds into the game.
Perry would get the first of her five goals just over a minute later as she weaved through the Union Grove defense to make it 2-0.
It went to 3-0 with 19:40 left in the first half as junior Jenna Hogan connected with Ringers on a pass out front to make it 3-0.
Perry would score the next three goals, two on assists from Hogan (3 on the night) as the Dunwoody lead ballooned to 6-0 with 15:00 left in the half.
Junior Kate Snyder set Ringer up with her third goal of the first half with a nice pass to make it 7-0 with 13:50 to play in the opening half.
Union Grove got on the scoreboard with 9:00 left on the clock as Demi Williams got inside the Dunwoody defense for the score.