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Senior Nick Sylvis looks to make a pass during the Hawks' game against Butler on March 23.

Senior Nick Sylvis looks to make a pass during the Hawks' game against Butler on March 23.

Karen Ferris

Karen Ferris

Senior Nick Sylvis looks to make a pass during the Hawks' game against Butler on March 23.

Gavin Campbell, Staff Writer

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The varsity boys lacrosse team took on a visiting Thomas Worthington High School from Ohio on Thursday night. The rain never stopped and neither did the goals. The Hawks won 13-3 in dominating fashion.

Up 6-0 at the end of the first half, the Hawks gave significant time to their underclassmen, who then finished the game with seven more goals.

The win came off of a huge performance by Alderson Broaddus commit, senior Nick Sylvis. Sylvis tallied five goals and two assists in three quarters of play.

Juniors Joe Kopp and Ben Davin got their first varsity career goals. Ray Konopka had two goals, Evan Bradley tallied one goal and two assists, and Zak Ferris had three goals. Nathaniel Neal went 9-4 from the faceoff X. 

The Hawks had their regular loyal fan base consisting of the girls lacrosse team and the softball team as they weathered through the storm to watch the boys play. What great dedication!

Later this week, the Hawks will take on Mt. Lebanon on Wednesday, April 4, home at 7:30 p.m. and then Pine Richland on Friday, April 6, also home at 7:30 p.m. for their Military Appreciation Game.

Congratulations on the win and improving to 2-1 on the season to the boys lacrosse team!

Military Appreciation Night

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