A year ago, GFS came from behind both in regulation play and in overtime to top the Blue Devils, 15-14. In this year’s nail-biter, SCH (2-3) received five goals from sophomore Meg McCool and three from junior Maddy Aslansan. (Photo by Tom Utescher)

A year ago, GFS came from behind both in regulation play and in overtime to top the Blue Devils, 15-14. In this year’s nail-biter, SCH (2-3) received five goals from sophomore Meg McCool and three from junior Maddy Aslansan. (Photo by Tom Utescher)

by Tom Utescher 

GFS junior Greta Meyer, a Chestnut Hill native who has made a verbal commitment to play lacrosse at Stanford University, banged in five goals last Wednesday afternoon in the Tigers’ dramatic 13-12 non-league victory over host Springside Chestnut Hill. Her classmates Annie Tyson and Grayson Melby contributed four and three goals, respectively, and senior goalie Dana Schulman made six saves in net.

GFS (3-0) went up by three goals at the outset, then fell behind, 5-8, before rallying to eke out a 9-8 advantage at halftime. The teams were tied at 12-all with under half-a-minute to go, then Melby dodged a pair of defenders and fired over the keeper’s shoulder for the game-winner.

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