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Katie Notarangelo, Foxborough girls’ lacrosse off to a flying start

Foxborough High midfielder Ellen Decker (left) battles a King Philip player for the ball last week. With a sound defense this year, Foxborough is strong in all areas of the field.
Foxborough High midfielder Ellen Decker (left) battles a King Philip player for the ball last week. With a sound defense this year, Foxborough is strong in all areas of the field.Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff

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FOXBOROUGH — On a multi-use field tucked away on Payson Road, where the grass is a little too long and remnants of the long-closed state hospital stand eerily in the background, Katie Notarangelo put her scoring skills on showcase.

The Foxborough High junior midfielder netted three goals. But it was her third tally in a 13-3 win last Friday, when she deked around a pair of King Philip defenders before snipping the lower left corner, that served as a highlight-reel moment in a season that has, so far, seen many.

With a season and a half still ahead of her, Notarangelo recorded the 100th goal of her career.

After garnering Hockomock League all-star honors last spring, Notarangelo is leading the 11-1 Warriors in goals (30).

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