Durham Academy’s Madison Dunk (center) is trapped between Charlotte Country Day defenders Riley Harrison (left) and Sally Dowd (right) during the second half of the NCISAA state girls lacrosse championship game at Country Day’s Belk Stadium on Saturday, May 21, 2016. Country Day beat Durham Academy 18-2 to win its fourth straight state title. CREDIT: Bill Kiser
Durham Academy’s Madison Dunk (center) is trapped between Charlotte Country Day defenders Riley Harrison (left) and Sally Dowd (right) during the second half of the NCISAA state girls lacrosse championship game at Country Day’s Belk Stadium on Saturday, May 21, 2016. Country Day beat Durham Academy 18-2 to win its fourth straight state title. CREDIT: Bill Kiser
Durham Academy’s Madison Dunk (center) is trapped between Charlotte Country Day defenders Riley Harrison (left) and Sally Dowd (right) during the second half of the NCISAA state girls lacrosse championship game at Country Day’s Belk Stadium on Saturday, May 21, 2016. Country Day beat Durham Academy 18-2 to win its fourth straight state title. CREDIT: Bill Kiser

Durham Academy falls in NCISAA girls lacrosse title to Charlotte Country Day

May 21, 2016 08:51 PM

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