Palmetto Ridge Bears vs. Riverview Rams (FHSAA 2A-D12 Playoffs)

2024 FHSAA Boys Lacrosse District Tournament 2A District 12

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Benedictine Cadets (GA) vs. Riverview Rams

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Academy of the Holy Names Jaguars vs. Riverview Rams

The Riverview Rams (8-5, 3-1) Varsity Girls hosted the Academy of Holy Names Jaguars (9-4, 1-0) at the Ram Bowl for a non-district matchup. Delayed 30 minutes due to a lightning strike that traveled across the sky just before the start the game, the Riverview Rams were unfazed by the delay, and jumped out to an early 9-6 lead in the first half, with Senior Susan Lowther scoring 6 times. In the 3rd quarter, the Rams came out firing, scoring the first 7 goals of the quarter, extending their lead to 16-6. Riverview slowed the offensive tempo in the 4th quarter a bit, but defensively, limited the Jaguars to only 1 goal, as they closed out their 8th win of the season, 23-11. Lowther had another record night, not only scoring her 100th point of the 2024 season, but netting 10 goals and tallying 16 points, which tie Riverview’s single-game record. Junior attacker, CC Hackl continued her scoring frenzy with 6 goals for the Rams. For Hackl, she’s scored 18 goals in her last 3 games. Junior Caroline Steinwachs had a 7 point game (4G/3A), to go along with her 10 draw control wins. Riverview impressively won 27 of the 38 draws (71%) in the game.

The Jaguars’ scoring was led by freshmen midfielder, Anna Donaldson with 5 points (4G/1A). Sophomore Lauren Martinez had 3 goals for AHN.

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Centreville Wildcats (VA) vs. Riverview Rams

From the Concorde District in Clifton, Virginia, the Centreville Wildcats (2-3) started their Spring Break week of lacrosse with an interstate, non-district game against the Riverview Rams (7-5, 3-1)  in the Ram Bowl. The Rams jumped out to a quick 9-2 lead in the first quarter, and went into halftime with a 13-5 advantage. The Wildcats scratched away at the Rams lead in the 4th quarter, but Riverview secured their 7th win of the season, 21-15.

Riverview’s scoring was lead by Senior Susan Lowther with 10 points (6G/4A) and Junior Caroline Steinwachs with 6 goals. Junior CC Hackl followed up her 7-goals in her previous game, with 5 more goals against the Wildcats, along with 1 assist. All 5 of Hackl’s goals came in the 1st quarter.

Centreville’s scoring was led by Junior Adrina Cantarelli with 7 points (6G/1A). Junior Alejandra Saavedra-Oprton and Sophomore Emily Kim each had 3 goals for the Wildcats.

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Jesuit Tigers vs. Riverview Rams

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Community School of Naples Seahawks vs. Riverview Rams

The Riverview Rams (5-5, 3-1) Varsity Girls hosted the Community School of Naples Seahawks (6-2) at the Ram Bowl, and came up just short in overtime, 19-18.  Trailing 18-13, with 6:40 remaining in the game, the Rams mounted a memorable, 5-goal comeback, with 3 goals by Senior Susan Lowther, and 2 goals by Junior Caroline Steinwachs. With 18 seconds remaining in regulation, Lowther tied the game, sending it into overtime. With 32 seconds remaining in overtime, the Seahawks’ Ruby Smith scored the game winner for CSN.

Riverview’s scoring was lead by Lowther with 13 points (9G/4A) and Steinwachs with 5 goals. Junior Chloe Hackl had 3 goals.

CSN’s scoring was lead by Sienna Wyatt with 12 points (5G/7A), Ruby Smith with 5 goals, and Nikki Ferrante with 4 goals.

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Canterbury Cougars vs. Riverview Rams

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Barron Collier Cougars vs. Riverview Rams

After a couple games on the road, the Riverview Rams (5-2, 3-1) Varsity Girls came back home to play a non-district game against the Barron Collier Cougars (3-3, 1-0). It was a very rainy night for lacrosse, but with a strong 68% draw control advantage, the Rams cruised to a 20-13 victory. Riverview’s scoring was led by Senior Susan Lowther with 13 points (7G/6A). Juniors Caroline Steinwachs and CC Hackl had 6 goals and 5 goals, respectively.

Barron Collier’s scoring was led by Seniors Nicole Kuhl with 6 points (3G/3A) and Bella Spiska with 5 points (2G/3A). Sophomore Avery Howes had 3 goals for the Cougars.

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Sarasota Sailors vs. Riverview Rams (SENIOR NIGHT)🎓

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Sarasota Sailors vs. Riverview Rams (SENIOR NIGHT)🎓

🎓 SENIOR NIGHT AT THE RAM BOWL!

The Riverview Rams (3-1,2-0) Varsity Girls celebrated Senior Night at the Ram Bowl with a decisive district win against the Sarasota Sailors (1-3, 1-1), 21-9. Eight different Rams contributed to the scoring, with Senior midfielder Susan Lowther leading the scoring with 9 points (6G/3A). Seniors Emily Honish (3G/1A) and Alexandra Hernandez (3G), along with Junior Caroline Steinwachs (3G/1A) also netted hat-tricks for the Rams. Junior Chloe Hackl and Freshmen Ashley Eisenacher each scored 2 goals for Riverview, as well.

Sarasota Junior midfielder Ava Kozicky was the Sailors’ leading scorer with 7 points (6G/1A). Kozicky came into the game averaging 7 goals per game.

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