Scoring isn't easy. But, Mount St. Mary's senior Molly Meegan makes it look routine -- and easy at times.
Behind a 28-goal effort so far this season, Molly made Mount history becoming just the 8th player in Thunder lacrosse history to reach the century mark.
"I wouldn't be able to do this without my team, family and friends pushing me to be the best and always giving me the confidence." Molly said.
"It's been really great. She's been a huge asset to the team," first year head coach Mackenzie Berger said. "She's one of the most confident players on the field and that just sets her apart from anybody else."
Making the accomplishment even more special? Molly joined her older sister Catherine on the 100-goal list.
"It's great to join her," she said. "It's an amazing feeling because we both share the same feeling about it. It's awesome."
"She's been a huge asset to the team," Berger added. "It's nice to have people who stand out like here to help the team out."
Next season the senior will take her scoring prowess to Mercyhurst to continue her lacrosse career.
"It's an awesome feeling. I think working and always pushing myself and having everyone push me it feels great to have the support I have to play at the next level."
***Super 7 Countdown***
#1 – Molly Meegan, Mount St. Mary’s Lacrosse
Became just the 8th player in school history to reach the 100-goal mark in her career.
#2 – Jake Cotter, Medina Lacrosse
Behind 58 goals this season, Cotter broke the school record goals in a career with 183.
#3 – Christy Mack, Williamsville East Softball
In four games this week Mack went 10-for-15 at the plate with three home runs, two doubles 11 RBI and scored seven runs for the Flames.
#4 - Cory Kornowicz, St. Francis Baseball
Only allowed two hits, earning the complete game win in the Red Raiders’ 4-0 win over Nichols. The Frannies improved to 7-0 on the season.
"Cory is a hardworking and intelligent person which carries over to the playing field. He is competitive and focused. While not overpowering as a pitcher, he has 3 pitches he can spot and keeps hitters off balance." – Paul Bartell, Head Coach
#5 – Kaylyn Phillips, Niagara Falls Lacrosse
Scored seven goals, including the game winner in a 17-16 win over Springville in overtime.
“It has been my pleasure coaching such a talented, hardworking athlete. She is a true leader on and off the field, with her 7th goal of the game versus Springville she became our all-time leading scorer. Kaylyn’s hard work and dedication to our program makes everyone around her better."- Bill Schmidtke, Head Coach”
#6 – Tommy Flannery, Orchard Park Track & Field
Won the 3200 and anchored the 800 relay to victory at the Sweet Home Panther Invite
“We have a very strong distance team and Tommy with the help of his teammates and dedication is seeing the rewards of his efforts.”
#7 – Eve Giancarlo, Amherst Track & Field
Cleared 9-feet to win the pole vault at the Sweet Home Panther Invite
"Eve is a very bright student athlete at Amherst Middle School. Her intelligence and athletic ability allow her to be successful with the many intricacies involved with the pole vault event. We are very excited about her future. She has been a wonderful teammate this year on the varsity track and field team." – Jason Cyrek, Head Coach