HAGERSTOWN -- Either North Hagerstown or South Hagerstown was going to score its first girls lacrosse victory of the season in the city rivalry game at School Stadium on Thursday.
The visiting Hubs were the team that got into the win column, defeating the Rebels, 11-4.
"I think it's a long time coming and the girls really worked hard for it," North coach Katie Eck said. "The North-South game is always a big rivalry in any sport. Our girls were up for it. I think both teams played really well. Both teams have improved substantially."
Freshman midfielder Maddie Palkovitz led the way with four goals and an assist, while junior midfielder Kristen Mazzei added three goals and two assists for the Hubs (1-4). Sophomore attacker Cali Durning scored two goals, Alissa Miller added a goal and an assist, and Anna Compton had a goal.
Lyndsey Knapp had two assists and Mallory Crossland added one for North. Sophomore goalkeeper Jackie Stewart made six saves.