All-Susquehanna Division girls' lacrosse

Perryville sophomore Sydnie Bjork was one of eight Cecil County players named to the girls’ lacrosse All-Susquehanna Division Team. Bjork paced the Panthers with 46 goals and 23 assists.

Eight Cecil County players were represented on the girls’ lacrosse All-Susquehanna Division Team announced Tuesday.

County players represented three of four spots at the attack position, led by Perryville sophomore Sydnie Bjork. Bjork, the reigning Cecil County Player of the Year, led the Panthers for a second-straight season with 46 goals and 23 assists.

North East’s Brianna Christie and Bohemia Manor senior Dylan Sentman were also All-Division attack. Christie, a junior, led all county players in goals, netting 52 on the year, while dishing out eight assists. Sentman scored 27 goals and handed out four assists.

Perryville junior Taylor Poore, Elkton sophomore Erin DePaul and Sam Foster of Rising Sun recevied All-Susquehanna honors at midfield.

Poore scored 42 goals with 13 assists for the Panthers’ potent offense. DePaul scored 44 goals to lead the Golden Elks and handed out five assists and Foster, a senior, recorded 25 goals and two assists for the Tigers.

North East’s Katie Nybo was the lone defender named. The senior led the Indians’ defense, while also providing an offensive presence that included 11 goals and two assists.

Cali Tyson, of Perryville, was named the All-Susquehanna goalie. The junior made 98 saves out of 197 total shots on goal, while helping her team to a second-place finish in the lower division.

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