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Ward Melville goalie Emily Ross makes the save (Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan)

Ward Melville goalie Emily Ross makes the save as Samantha Scarffogliero backs up the play in the first half. (April 10, 2013)

Ward Melville 9, Northport 8

Ward Melville defeated Northport, 9-8, Wednesday in a Suffolk girls lacrosse game.

Members of the Ward Melville girls lacrosse team
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Members of the Ward Melville girls lacrosse team surround goalie Emma Jehle to celebrate as the game ends. (April 10, 2013)

Ward Melville goalie Emma Jehle makes the save
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Ward Melville goalie Emma Jehle makes the save on a hard shot by Northport's Dorrien Van Dyke in the second half. (April 10, 2013)

Ward Melville girls lacrosse head coach Kerri Kilkenny
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Ward Melville girls lacrosse head coach Kerri Kilkenny watches her team play Northport. (April 10, 2013)

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Ward Melville's Ally Tilley scores the final goal
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Ward Melville's Ally Tilley scores the final goal on a hard shot past Northport's goalie Kristen Brunoforte in the second half. (April 10, 2013)

Ward Melville's Maddy Wallmuth is closely marked by
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Ward Melville's Maddy Wallmuth is closely marked by Northport's Allie Pavinelli in the closing minutes of the second half. (April 10, 2013)

Nothport's Allie Pavinelli is marked at midfield by
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Nothport's Allie Pavinelli is marked at midfield by Melville's Yuna Hur in the first half. (April 10, 2013)

Ward Melville defender Courtney Orella closely marks Northport's
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Ward Melville defender Courtney Orella closely marks Northport's Allie Pavinelli behind the crease in the second half. (April 10, 2013)

Northport goalie Kristen Brunoforte stretches high for the
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Northport goalie Kristen Brunoforte stretches high for the save in the second half. (April 10, 2013)

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Ward Melville's Emily Rogers-Healion makes the stick check
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Ward Melville's Emily Rogers-Healion makes the stick check against Northport's Emily Columbus in the second half. (April 10, 2013)

Ward Melville goalie Emily Ross makes the save
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Ward Melville goalie Emily Ross makes the save as Samantha Scarffogliero backs up the play in the first half. (April 10, 2013)

Ward Melville's Maddy Wallmuth scores on a shot
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Ward Melville's Maddy Wallmuth scores on a shot against Northport goalie Kristen Brunoforte in the first half. (April 10, 2013)

Northport's Dorrien Van Dyke scores as she falls
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Northport's Dorrien Van Dyke scores as she falls forward against Ward Melville goalie Emily Ross in the first half. (April 10, 2013)

Northport's Cortney Fortunato scores a goal against Emma
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Northport's Cortney Fortunato scores a goal against Emma Jehle. (April 10, 2013)

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Northport's Dorrien Van Dyke scoops up the loose
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Northport's Dorrien Van Dyke scoops up the loose ball after it was jarred loose from Ward Melville's Ally Tilley after a collision with Northport's Heather Engellis in the first half. (April 10, 2013)

Northport irls lacrosse head coach Carol Rainson-Rose stands
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Northport irls lacrosse head coach Carol Rainson-Rose stands on the field. (April 10, 2013)

Northport's Dorrien Van Dyke opens the scoring on
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Northport's Dorrien Van Dyke opens the scoring on a shot against Ward Melville goalie Emily Ross in the first half. (April 10, 2013)

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