WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - Hood College's Jade Locklear became the Blazers' all-time points leader in an offensively charged 23-19 loss at Lycoming in Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth action.
Locklear entered the day one-point behind Caitlin Lawrence's record of 154 points and scored five to set the new mark of 158. Locklear scored three goals and added two assists. She also had 14 draw controls, tied for the second-most in a game in school history and the most since Annie Lavery in 2004.
Inside the Box Score
- Locklear set the career record but saw her season record of 55 from 2016 tied by teammate Rachel Slater. Slater had five goals and two helpers to tie the single-season mark. She recorded seven draw controls.
- Kara Phoubandith led the way with six goals and an assist.
- Cassidy O'Neill added four goals along with an assist and three ground balls.
- Mariah Jones and Grace Weaver each recorded three ground balls.
- Rylie Benoit-Nobis made nine saves in goal.
How it Happened
- Hood trailed 14-7 at halftime before rallying to tie the game.
- Locklear set the record with an assist to Phoubandith on the Blazers' second tally during a 7-0 run to open the second half.
- The final goal of the spree came from Slater and tied the game at 14-14 with 13:48 to play.
- The teams traded goals back and forth until the 3:13 mark when Lycoming took a two-goal advantage 20-18.
- The Warriors tacked on two more until a goal from Slater made the score 22-19 with 56 seconds to play.
- Lycoming's Jordan Lazarich iced the game with 14 seconds left.
- The game started with a 4-0 Lycoming run before a Slater dish found Locklear for a score at the 23:59 mark that tied the points record for Locklear.
- The Warriors responded with two quick goals before Phoubandith converted a free position shot with 21:24 left to make the score 6-2.
- Another Lycoming goal was quickly matched after O'Neill assisted Samy Brandt with 17:07 left until half.
- Four more goals for the Warriors were interrupted by an O'Neill goal at the 13:11 mark making the score 11-4.
- The two teams traded goals before the break with the scoreboard reading 14-7 at the half.
- Lazarich led the Warriors with seven goals and nine draw controls.
- Kelly McGinniss and Hailey Kimble tallied six goals apiece. McGinniss added 10 draw controls.
- Kayla DiJoseph recorded 4 helpers and a goal.
- Caroline Mitchell had two goals and three assists.
Bailey Parchesky made nine saves for the Warriors.
Hood travels to Stevenson on Tuesday, April 24 at 7 p.m.