Girls’ Lacrosse Dominates Start of Season


Reese Hansen

Kate DiFranco ’23 prepares to pass the ball while playing attack.

Henry Hill and Trent Larson-Deak

The Miramonte Girls’ Lacrosse program looks to be one of the strongest teams at the school this spring. The team features UC Berkeley commit Anna Dewitt ‘20 and Northwestern commit Emerson Bohlig ‘21, attackers Grace Mills ‘20 and Elena Gant ‘22, middies Sally Peterson ‘21 and Aia Zabetian ‘21 and goalie Mina Jenab ‘21. The Lady Mats faced Foothill High School at home on Feb. 21. From the start, it was a complete domination by the Lady Mats. The Lady Mats controlled the flow of the game and ended up winning 22-7. Dewitt and Bohlig both scored an astounding nine goals, and Bohlig added four assists, tied only with Peterson for the most assists. Grace Mills scored two goals, and Zabetian and Gant both had one goal. The Lady Mats defense was able to keep Foothill at bay, only allowing seven goals and nine shots on goal. The Lady Mats played their second game of the season on Feb. 24 at home against University High School. The Lady Mats were once again dominant. The Lady Mats offense recorded twenty goals as they cruised to a 20-4 win against the Lady Red Devils. Miramonte played Redwood High School on Feb. 26 and once again destroyed. The Lady Mats cruised to an 18-8 win. Bohlig once again had a phenomenal game, scoring seven goals and adding an assist. Kiara Kofoed ‘22 added five goals and Dewitt scored three goals and had five assists. The Mats played Clayton Valley Charter School on Feb. 28. The Mats won yet another game in a blowout, 17-1. The Lady Mats are unstoppable and moved to 4-0 on the season. In what has been the theme of the Girls season, Bohlig had another amazing game. She scored six goals and assisted on one goal. Dewitt also played well, as she scored four times and had four assists. Peterson had four goals, Kate DiFranco ‘23 had two goals, and Kofoed scored one.