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STAFF PHOTO/COLLEEN MCALEER Lady Warrior goalie Tamara Voda makes a stellar save to keep the game close in the first half of Elk Lake’s homecoming game against Wyalusing on Friday.

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Samantha Hunsinger controls the back line as she steers the play up the field Friday night.

The Lady Warriors had a little of everything this week, as they beat West Scranton, had a rainout, and lost on homecoming night.

At Elk Lake, Megan Bosscher and Kaleigh Mayer scored in the second half to give the Lady Warriors a Division III win on Tuesday over West Scranton.

Thursday’s game at Forest City was postponed due to the weather.

Friday, the Lady Warriors hosted a homecoming game against Wyalusing.

Though official statistics were unavailable, the Rams scored first, and controlled the tempo of the game.

Elk Lake goalie Tamara Voda made some timely saves in the contest, but it wasn’t enough, as the home team fell 4-1.

The Warriors met the Chargers last night in Dimock before heading to Mid Valley on Thursday.

Elk Lake 2,
West Scranton 1

First half: Karla Lantigua (WS) from Yasmin Ramirez, 36:37. Second half: Megan Bosscher (EL) unassisted, 47:47; Kaleigh Mayer (EL) from Delaney Curley, 60:17.

Shots-corners: WS 11-2, EL 13-4.

Saves: Olivia Bolsar (WS) 6; Tamara Voda
(EL) 5.