Varsity Men’s Lacrosse Defeats Highland Park 14-10

Scott Seamon, Managing Editor

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  • Behind the goad, Bodie Bradley ’23 goes around the Highland Park defense to attempt a goal.

  • Will Guthrie ’24 shoots the ball above two Highland Park players attempting to steal the ball.

  • Tate Shores ’23 and John “Banks” Ryan ’24 surround a Highland Park player while he tries to move down the field with the ball.

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On Saturday, Feb. 25, the varsity men’s lacrosse team played Highland Park at the Warrior Bowl and won 14-10.

The scores were close throughout the game, but the Warriors continued to stay a few points above Highland Park, closing the first quarter at 3-2, the second quarter at 8-5, the third quarter at 9-8, and ending the game on top with 14-10.

“We could have worked on our clearing more and passed it better,” Sam Strain ‘25 said. “Clearing the ball is when the goalie saves [the ball] and they shout ‘clear’ or ‘break’ and we try to get the ball to the offense and score it on the other side.”

The JV team plays Vista Ridge at the Warrior Bowl on Sunday, March 5, at 3 p.m., and the varsity team plays Regents at the Warrior Bowl on Saturday, March 25, at 3 p.m.

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