High-scoring efforts by the home teams marked the opening of the District 2 girls lacrosse tournament with four quarterfinal games.
Top-seeded Lake-Lehman led the way with a 28-0 shutout of North Pocono while Wyoming Valley Conference champion and second seed Crestwood faced more resistance on the way to its 20-12 win over Abington Heights.
In the other quarterfinals, Wyoming Area defeated Dallas, 15-7, and Wyoming Seminary handled Scranton Prep, 15-9, in the rematch of what had been a one-goal game during the Wyoming Valley Conference season.
Madison Lasinski scored eight goals and assisted on two to lead Lake-Lehman’s offense, which also got five goals each from Lilian Raczkowski and Rachel Shook. Raczkowski had four assists while Shook had two.
Maddy Raspen chipped in with four goals and an assist while Kortney Harry made six saves for her shutout.
Isabella Caporuscio scored 10 goals while Julia Glowacki had 2 goals and 6 assists to lead the Crestwood offense.
Jill Taleroski had three goals while Kelsey Kulak added two goals and four assists.
Allison Dammer scored eight goals for Abington Heights.
Emma Kelleher had nine goals while Makenzie Switzer scored two and assisted on five for Wyoming Area in its win.
The semifinals are set for Monday with fourth-seeded Wyoming Seminary at Lake-Lehman at 4:30 and third-seeded Wyoming Area at Crestwood at 5:30.