Boys lacrosse defends home field against First Colonial

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Ally Hudome

Boys Lacrosse turn to celebrate win against First Colonial on March 10.

Ally Hudome, Staff Writer

Boys Lacrosse defeated rival Fist Colonial 7-3 in the second game of their season, home, on March 10. The boys entered into the third quarter, down 2-3, but secured their third goal shortly into the third quarter. The Dolphins had a great fourth-quarter scoring an additional four goals and shut down the Patriots’ offense. Notably, goalie Max Keller had 10 saves.

“We got off to a slow start, but in the second half we started converting on the opportunities we got to shoot, and that’s when we started picking up speed,” said senior Ben Schroeder.

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Gavin Murphy and Kaden Beatty embrace after Murphy’s goal in the second half.

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Ben Schroeder carries ball up the field on March 10.