Spewak sets state career scoring record

Faasen, Jim
April 2013
West County Journal;4/17/2013, Vol. 49 Issue 16, pC1
The article reports that the high school attack/midfielder Annie Spewak has set the record of scoring career goals in Missouri girls' high school lacrosse for the Parkway West High School, after completing 256 career goals in Wentzville, Missouri on April 14, 2013.


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