Hudson resident Katie Clark’s stellar season came to a close last Thursday.

The Walsh Jesuit girls lacrosse team lost to Chagrin Falls 17-13 in a Division II state semifinal contest at Revere High School’s Joseph F. Pappano Stadium in Bath Township.

Clark, a junior, led the Warriors (17-5) with six goals on 11 shots, four assists and two ground balls.

Clark, who was named the North Coast League’s Offensive Player of the Year, finished her season with 96 goals, 42 assists and 169 shots. She also was named to the All-Ohio team.

"This is just the beginning," Clark said. "There’s a lot of drive for us. We have a lot of passion on this team. The seniors might be leaving, but you’ll see much more to this team. We’re all back in it tomorrow. We want it more than ever."

"Katie is one of the hardest workers that I know," Walsh head coach Julie Hudec said. "She never stops and leaves it all on the field for her teammates. She is one the elite players in Ohio. I am excited to see what next year holds for her."

Reporter Brad Bournvial contributed to this report.