The Riverview Rams (7-4, 3-0) Varsity Girls lacrosse team traveled to Tampa on Tuesday to take on the Berkeley Prep Buccaneers (6-4, 3-0) in a non-district matchup during Spring Break week. The Rams jumped out to an early 6-4 lead in the first half, with junior Susan Lowther scoring 5 of Riverview’s 6 goals, and assisting on the other goal by sophomore Chloe Hackl. By the time the final horn would sound, Lowther would finish with a total of 12 points, a new, single-game Riverview record for points. Hackl scored a career-best, 5 goals, as well for the Rams, to go along with her 3 draw controls and 3 groundballs. Sophomore Caroline Steinwachs had 8 draw control wins for the Rams.
Berkeley’s freshmen draw specialist, Luca Mastrandrea scored 5 goals.