BARRE — Ashley Bilger scored the other two goals for the Green Dragons.
"Those goals in the second half showed that we played together as a team and that we never quit," Groff said.
If it wasn't Schwartz scoring goals, it was the overall speed and quick sticks of Seminary that had Lewisburg off its game.
"We kept a couple of players back on defense because of that," Groff added.
This was the first year that a District 4 team had made it to the main draw of the state playoffs, as Seminary beat Midd-West last year in a play-in game.
This year, both District 4 and District 2 (Seminary) had a bid into the main draw.
The Dragons also said goodbye to 14 seniors on Wednesday with the loss.
"This was a great experience for the few underclassmen we have," Groff noted. "And by getting this far and seeing what Lewisburg girls lacrosse can do, it will hopefully make those kids who are coming into the middle school and high school want to take up the game of lacrosse."