Lacrosse Wins SPC Title

Hockaday won its third straight — and seventh overall — SPC girls lacrosse crown in April, defeating St. John’s. The Daisies led 13-3 at halftime.
“The girls came out really strong,” said Hockaday coach Molly Ford Hutchinson. “We finished shots and executed on fast breaks.”

Sunnie Wang (Class of 2025) registered a team-high five goals to lead a potent and balanced attack. Nine players overall found the net for the Daisies (15-4).

Wang, part of a very talented junior class on a team with just three seniors on the roster, added a pair of draw controls in the title win.

Charlotte Schultz, another of those junior standouts, scored four goals, including two in a 90-second span in the fourth period, and won four draw controls. Aynalie Charron tallied a pair of first-half goals and had a team-high five draw controls. Mae Flanagan registered two first-half goals and had three draw controls. 

“We are peaking at the right time,” said Hutchinson. “We have gotten better and better as the season went along.”

The Daisies are coming off their first-ever unbeaten season a year ago while earning SPC and state titles in dominating fashion, winning every match by five or more goals.

Hockaday now sets its sights on a fourth straight state title — and seventh overall — in the Texas Girls High School Lacrosse League state tournament, May 12 in Magnolia.

“Each game we try and get better — build on something,” said Flanagan. “Growing as a team throughout the season, winning this title, and focusing on winning state.”
Within the private school community, The Hockaday School is an independent college-preparatory day school for girls from grades PK–12 located in Dallas, Texas. Students realize their limitless potential through challenging academic curricula, arts, athletics, and extracurricular programs so that they are inspired to lead lives of purpose and impact.