Fresno High won its first Fresno Unified League girls lacrosse championship, beating Bullard 6-3 Thursday in a rematch of last year’s final.
Yesenia Mejia scored five goals and teammate Valeria Garcia scored once for the Warriors in the match at McLane Stadium.
“They were able to do what they needed to do to be here and win,” Fresno coach Lucia Lozano said “They earned it.”
Fresno trailed 3-2 before taking command with four straight goals.
The Warriors snapped Bullard’s title run from 2014-17, including last year’s on a 14-13 overtime win against Fresno.
Hoover had won the Fresno Unified titles from 2009-13. The league has steadily grown and now includes all seven Fresno Unified schools plus San Joaquin Memorial and Sanger.
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