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Playoff run comes to an end for West Forsyth girls' lacrosse
Lady Wolverines fall 20-5 at defending champ Milton
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Milton's Emily Velez scores against West Forsyth goalie Kara Duclos, who managed to make seven saves despite an onslaught of shots from the Lady Eagles. - photo by Micah Green
MILTON – Drive south on Old Milton Parkway and a small green sign helps welcome every driver to the city of Milton – "Home of the Milton High School girls’ lacrosse team," and it lists the year of every Lady Eagles state championship. The West Forsyth Lady Wolverines knew the challenge it faced Friday night in the quarterfinals of the Class AAAAAA tournament against Milton, for few teams in the Southeast match the Lady Eagles’ history of success. Milton has won four straight state titles and eight overall in the nine seasons that girls’ lacrosse has been a championship sport in the Georgia High School Association.