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Lacrosse, softball take center stage for girls during Easter break

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For The Dialog

The schools might be on Easter break but there are some important games on the schedule this week for the girls’ sports.

Lacrosse

Tuesday

No. 7 Padua (2-0) at Delaware Military Academy (0-2), 3:45 p.m. The Pandas can score goals this year — 36 in their 2 wins. The Seahawks are looking for their first goal this year and an upset win.

Friday

No. 4 Archmere (1-1) at No. 10 Friends (1-0), 4 p.m. Both of these teams are coming off impressive shutout wins and are looking to add a top-10 victory to their resume.

Saturday

Indian River (1-1) at No. 2 St Mark’s (1-0), 1 p.m. The Spartans’ first home game comes two weeks after a nice opening win at Archmere.

Softball

Tuesday

St Elizabeth (1-0) at Hodgson (2-0) 1 p.m. The Vikings look to remain unbeaten on the young season with a win at Hodgson.

Wednesday

Archmere (0-1) at St Mark’s (2-0) 4 p.m. The Auks look for the road win against a Spartans team that is looking for its third convincing win.

Thursday

Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Ss. Peter and Paul, 4:45 p.m.

Friday

Red Lion (0-1) at Padua (1-1) 11 a.m. Both teams dropped out of the rankings this week after blowout losses. The Pandas beat the Lions 1-0 last year and look to get back on track.

 No. 3 Delaware Military Academy (1-0) at Archmere, noon. The Auks look to upset the Seahawks at home field and get a big conference win.

Saturday

Delcastle (0-3) at Archmere, 3 p.m.

Soccer

Thursday

No. 1 Padua (1-0) at Prattvile (Ala.) (6-4), 8 p.m. The top-ranked Pandas travel south to face a pair of teams from Alabama. The Prattville team has played 10 matches already to the Pandas one.

Friday

No. 1 Padua at Chelsea (Ala.), (9-4-1) noon