In their third year as a lacrosse team, the St. Cloud North girls lacrosse team captured the second-place trophy at the 2015 North Central Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association state tournament. All games were played at Brainerd High School stadium on the weekend of May 16-17. With an undefeated regular season of 6-0, the Knights claimed the No. 1 seed and were given a first-round bye on Saturday. On Sunday, they advanced to the championship round with a 14-2 win over Mankato. In the afternoon they played in a tough battle against defending champs Grand Rapids and came up short with an 11-14 loss. The St. Cloud North team consists of girls from the Sartell and Sauk Rapids community area. This year a new seventh- and eighth-grade team was created and had a record of 4-3-1 in their first season along with a Knights JV team that played in their second year of league play. Pictured (front row, from left to right) are the following: Summer Koenig and Megan Mohr, both of Sauk Rapids; Clare Minnerath of Sartell; Katie Lucas of Sauk Rapids; and Nicole Lindmeier, Kathryn Gent and Madi O’Rourke, all of Sartell; (middle row) Kaylee Lodermeier, Avery Mumm, Breanna Hess, McKenna Lalim and Lizzy Minnerath, all of Sartell; Hanna Meyer of Sauk Rapids; Molly Mahowald and Lexy Oftedahl, both of Sartell; and, Sara Johnson of Sauk Rapids; and (back row) Coach Kendi Ruhland; and Alysa Gallagher, Kristina Kirick, Samantha Czeck, Diana Deuel, Amanda Flemming and Megan Cook, all of Sartell; and Coach Nicolette Deason. Not pictured: McKenzie Froiland of Sauk Rapids.