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Boys lacrosse captures two dubs

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Senior Anthony Richards carries the ball past a defender during the Hawks' game against Butler.

Senior Anthony Richards carries the ball past a defender during the Hawks' game against Butler.

Karen Ferris

Karen Ferris

Senior Anthony Richards carries the ball past a defender during the Hawks' game against Butler.

Gavin Campbell, Staff Writer

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This week, the boys varsity lacrosse team got back on track with two wins. After a loss to Pine Richland on Friday, April 6, the boys bounced back to defeat Penn Trafford 14-4 on Wednesday, April 11 and Erie Cathedral Prep 12-1 on Thursday, April 12.

Against Penn Trafford, Evan Bradley led with four goals and two assists, followed by Zak Ferris’ three goals and Nick Sylvis’ two goals.

Also tallying a goal for the Hawks was Gavin Campbell, Zach Radcliffe, Ray Kanopka, and Ryan Ferris.

Nathaniel Neal went 20-21 from the faceoff X only losing one faceoff all night. The sophomore is making a strong, and early, case for his All-Section nomination.  

Against Erie Cathedral Prep, scoring was led by Evan Bradley, Gavin Campbell, Luke Mattola, and Nick Sylvis with two goals a piece.

Also scoring was Zak Ferris, Jake Wodarek, Ben Dailer, and Jason Muench.

Freshman Jason Muench tallied his first career varsity goal in the fourth quarter.

Freshmen Dylan Fusca and Johnny Niccoli also made a strong appearance on the field in the fourth quarter.

Nathaniel Neal was once again a strong force on the faceoff X, only losing two faceoffs all night.

The boys have improved to 5-2 on the season. They play Norwin (2-3) on Tuesday, April 17; Shady Side (2-1) on Wednesday, April 18; and Seneca Valley (5-2) on Friday, April 20. They are home against Norwin, which will mark the halfway point in the season.

Good luck to the boys team on Tuesday, April 17 as they take on Norwin at 7:30 p.m. at home!

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