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Boys lacrosse set for three-game home stretch

Seniors Luke Mattola, Evan Bradley, Noah Larouere, and Gavin Campbell celebrate after a goal!

Karen Ferris

Seniors Luke Mattola, Evan Bradley, Noah Larouere, and Gavin Campbell celebrate after a goal!

Gavin Campbell, Staff Writer

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The boys lacrosse team will have three home games in a week’s time. The Hawks are currently standing at 1-1 with a win over Butler and a loss to USC.

Thursday night at 7 p.m., the boys take on Thomas Worthington (0-2) who travels from Ohio to play the Hawks. The Hawks are looking to have a solid game as a bounce back from their recent loss.

On Wednesday, April 4, the Hawks will play last year’s WPIAL Runner-Up, Mt. Lebanon (0-2). Last year, the Hawks beat Mt. Lebanon 12-5. However, the Blue Devils turned it on in the playoffs and went to the WPIAL Championship and far into the state playoffs.

The Hawks will then face Pine Richland (2-0) on Friday, April 6. Last year, the Hawks lost to the Rams 13-6. However, much has changed for Pine Richland in the last year. They lost the WPIAL Player of the Year, but gained a new Head Coach in Kevin Welty. Welty was Bethel Park’s former Offensive Coordinator for the past three years. Welty won “Assistant Coach of the Year” last year and will be a viable part of Pine Richland this year.

The Friday night game versus Pine Richland will also serve as the “Military Appreciation Night.” All active or former military will receive free admission, and any active or former military will be honored at halftime. All they have to do is give their name at the gate! There will also be a 50/50 that will benefit “Shootout for Soldiers: Philadelphia,” a lacrosse tournament that benefits veterans. This is all put together by BPLAX Cares!

Karen Ferris
Seniors Luke Mattola, Evan Bradley, Noah Larouere, and Gavin Campbell celebrate after a goal!

So make sure you come and support the boys lacrosse team as they attempt to make a statement in the WPIAL.

Again, their games are Thursday night at 7 p.m.; Wednesday, April 4 at 7:30 p.m.; and Friday, April 6 at 7:30 p.m. for the Military Appreciation Game!

Good luck to the boys lacrosse team on their quest for a back-to-back section title and a program first WPIAL title!

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