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Bromfield loses to Medfield 13-12 in MIAA Division 3 semifinal lacrosse game

The Medfield Warriors ended Bromfield’s quest for an MIAA Division 3 state championship last week, defeating the Trojans 13-12 in a hard-fought semifinal game played at Lincoln-Sudbury’s Myers Field on a summery Friday evening.

Senior co-captain Tallie Dutkewych was the top scorer for Bromfield with six goals, followed by senior midfielder Julia Mara with three, senior Megan Hoggins with two, and sophomore Kristin Podgorni with one. Goalie Peyton VanDorpe was credited with seven saves as she fended off a blistering Warrior offense.

Co-captain Tallie Dutkewych breaks through Medfield’s defenders and pops a shot over the goalie’s head for her first score of the game. (Photos by Lisa Aciukewicz)

The Medfield team was led by junior midfielder Alex Blake and sophomore midfielder Kelly Blake, one of 22 players from across the country chosen to play on last year’s under-16 U.S. national team. The pair were top scorers for the Warriors, Kelly Blake with eight goals, four unassisted, and Alex Blake (no relation) with three.

For the first half, the game could have gone either way. Bromfield’s Mara won the first draw control, but Medfield gained possession and, following two missed Bromfield shots on goal, the Warriors were first to score on an unassisted attack by Alex Blake. Medfield won the next seven draws and with roughly four minutes remaining led 6-4. Bromfield never trailed by more than two points, and after adding three points to its total in the final minutes of the half, lagged by a manageable 8-7 margin.

Following the five-minute halftime break, however, Bromfield’s offense seemed to fall flat. Medfield won the next seven draw controls, maintaining possession for long stretches and widening its lead to 13-9 with eight minutes remaining.

At this point, Bromfield’s players seemed to come alive again. Coach Maesa Phongsamouth moved sophomore Allie Corrieri onto the center circle, where she won the next three consecutive draws. Bromfield scored on each possession, assisted in one instance by a huge interception by junior defender Julia Kimball. Goals by Dutkewych, Mara, and senior Kristin Podgorni narrowed Medfield’s lead to 13-12.

Julia Mara embraces Kristin Podgorni (#7) after Podgorni scored the final goal in Bromfield girls lacrosse team’s loss to Medfield in the state semifinal match, June 17. From left: Hannah Wicks (#1), Mara, Podgorni, Megan Hoggins, and Cavanna Aldrich.

Following Podgorni’s goal and with a minute and a half left, Medfield’s coach called timeout. The next draw seemed certain to decide the game; a goal by Bromfield would tie it, but if Medfield won possession, they would likely run out the clock.

The battle for possession that followed was fierce, a scrum of blue and white jerseys, but Medfield’s Kelly Blake won possession; the orange digits of the clock display sped to zero, the horn sounded, and the game was over.

Led by the Warriors’ Kelly Blake, Medfield’s 19-9 domination of draw controls proved crucial, The Warriors also proved better at recovering loose balls, especially in the first half when they outdid Bromfield 10-2.

Sophomore defender Corrieri drew praise from Coach Phongsamouth and teammates. It was her first season as a lacrosse player, and she was given the job of bottling up Medfield phenom Kelly Blake. “She shut [Blake] down as much as she could,” said Phongsamouth. “We definitely got a lot of stops on defense because of her, so I’m really proud of her.”

For the Trojans, the loss was only their second in an otherwise undefeated season. “They were an incredible team, my favorite team ever,” said co-captain Dutkewych following the game. Dutkewych is a three-season athlete and has been a member of the varsity lacrosse team since eighth grade. Last week’s semifinal was the team’s toughest match, she said. “I’m so proud of the way we played. We gave it our all.”

For the team’s seven seniors, last week’s game was their last. Dutkewych had this advice for the younger players who will follow: “Just keep playing your hearts out. It goes by super quick, so enjoy every second. Just play 110% all the time and have no regrets at the end.”

Anabel Ashe (left) and Chloe Scornavacca double team a Medfield attack in a busy day for the defenders.

Tallie Dutkewych winds up for her last goal in the state semifinal game, June 17, against Medfield.

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