Zimmerman sets career high

By on May 27, 2012

by Warren Kozireski

Junior Carley Zimmerman scored six goals and added five assists for a career-high 11 points to lead Churchville-Chili to a 19-9 win over host Gates Chili in girls lacrosse.

With the game tied 3-3, the Saints went on a 6-1 roll with Zimmerman netting three of them and Kassiani Strembenis, Gina Akel and Kayla Brahm each scoring once in the rally.

Leading by four at halftime, C-C put the game out of reach with four unanswered over a four minute span to begin the second half. Katherine Woo passed to Zimmerman, who dropped the puck over the head of the Spartans goalie; Taylor Fletcher scored an unassisted goal, Woo found Olivia Kuter and Akel assisted on a Zimmerman goal in the four-goal run.

Brahm had five goals while Akel finished with three goals and three assists to help the Saints improve the regular season record to 13-3.

C-C’s season came to an end with a 13-3 loss to West Irondequoit in the quarterfinals of the Section V playoffs.