The Trumbull High girls lacrosse team opened the season with a convincing 17-6 win over Stamford High at McDougal Stadium. The offense was led by Courtney Lynch (5 goals), Shannon Siebold (3 goals, 3 assists), Caroline Chase (3 goals) and freshman Keira Grant (2 goals, 2 assists) in her varsity debut. Coach Jess McKinney’s Eagles dominated draw controls behind Riley Chase, along with Lynch and Siebold. Chase also contributed two goals and two helpers. Senior attacker Emma Butler added a goal and an assist. Junior Nicole DeVito rounded out the scoring with an unassisted tally. Caroline SanAngelo, Kristen Pagliaro, Meg Ahern and Shaye Manton anchored the defense. Olivia Osterberg and Mimi Marino split goaltending duties to combine for six saves.
Grant scored five goals and added an assist to pace Trumbull over South Windsor, 14-6, on Saturday. Trumbull won 16 of 22 draws. Osterberg made nine saves. Lynch (three goals, assist), Riley Chase (two goals, two assists), Butler (goal, two assists), Jess Salgado (two goals), Siebold (goal, assist) and Nicole DeVito (assist) rounded out the scoring.