Derek Ragle, in his first year as GW head coach, knew all about Lucky but is happy to have Charlie.
"Charlie has been under Lucky's shadow a little bit," Ragle said. "I can't say exactly how much because I wasn't here last year but always, when you're a younger sibling and a little bit behind the older one, it's going to happen.
"She is a good player in her own right, though. She was first team All-State last year, too. I think Charlie got herself out of the shadow tonight. It was a tremendous individual effort on her part. It was pretty big for us."
Lucente's hat trick stole the show but Dundervill put on quite the display as well, tallying both of Catholic's goals. They were the only two shots the Irish got against the Patriots.
Catherine Dundervill, like most of the Irish team, is just a ninth grader as one of six freshmen that started against GW for top-ranked Catholic.
She is also establishing herself after watching sister Kathryn enjoy a stellar career.
"I think Caroline has seen Kathryn live through Charleston Catholic and how important it was to her to win," first-year Catholic Coach Amy Mullen said. "They are two different players. Kathryn was a defensive player but Caroline is a forward.
"Caroline would probably like to be a defender, too, but she's too fast. We need her up front. She can put the ball into the net when we need her too. Her speed is fantastic. She's probably faster than anybody I have seen. She does a great job, just like tonight."