The Most Valuable Player trophy from the first overtime game in the 12 years of Under Armour All-America Game for girls lacrosse is heading back to Texas.
Charlotte North from the Episcopal School of Dallas scored the game-winner in the South’s 16-15 victory and finished with three goals and an assist, according to an account from InsideLacrosse.
The Duke-bound North accepted the MVP trophy with the Texas flag draped over her shoulder.
North was named to the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Third Team last week.
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The South rallied from deficits of 11-7 and 15-12. Andie Aldave, an ALL-USA First-Team choice, from McDonogh School (Owings Mills, Md.) forced overtime with a goal with nearly 3:30 remaining. Aldave also had two assists.
Stanford-bound Ali Baiocco, an ALL-USA First Team selection from Oak Knoll (N.J.), scored four goals for the South.
Allison Mastroianni, an ALL-USA First Team choice from Bridgewater-Raritan (Bridgewater Township, N.J.), had three goals and two assists for the North. ALL-USA First Teamer Jamie Ortega from Middle Country Central School District (Centereach, N.Y.), added three goals. Molly Carter, an ALL-USA First Teamer from Lynbrook, N.Y., had two goals and three assists.