James Madison, Langley Earn Virginia Titles

However, Oakton made things interesting late in the first half by cutting its deficit to 8-5 with 10 minutes remaining. Carly Palmucci scored four goals on the day for the Cougars, including three in the first half of action. However, after seeing Oakton claw back, James Madison put things away early in the second half with five consecutive goals, again.

Melissa Kellan and Allison Hahn both notched three goals and four assists for the Warhawks in the high-scoring showdown. Dana Beden and Katie Kerrigan both added hat tricks for James Madison, while goaltender Taylor Rivera-Silva made 11 saves altogether, including several key stops early on that led to transition scores.

From start to finish, the Warhawks featured one of the nation's most dynamic offenses this season, scoring 19 or more goals in 13 games. The squad also beat Oakton on three separate occasions during the year, averaging 22 goals per game.



To contact staff writer Adam Warner, send an e-mail to adam@laxpower.com.

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