Author: Lee Roggenburg

Chiles Quiets Maclay For The District 2 Title With an 11-7 Win

Chiles Quiets Maclay For The District 2 Title With an 11-7 Win

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  from FLN Correspondent Tom Congdon   LINK to the Tallahassee Democrat Video Coverage   Following a narrow victory over their semi-final opponent, Chiles came out with something to prove.  Could they beat their arch rival twice in one year and win their second District Championship since 2008? The game started with Maclay striking first. At 10:21, Sam Chase (#2) sweeps from behind the goal and passes to Carson Rowe (#23) on the right wing for a goal. Chiles come back with its on play behind the goal, a pass from Logan Short (#3) to Luke Mizell (#24), who quick sticks it for a score.  Game tied.  Chiles wins the faceoff and holds the ball for a long stretch.  At 6:35, Chiles’ attackman Matthew Congdon (#2) fires from the left wing for a goal.  Chiles leads
ATS – Sarasota Herald Tribune:  Boys Lacrosse – Cardinal Mooney Coolly Captures District 17 Crown 17-7

ATS – Sarasota Herald Tribune: Boys Lacrosse – Cardinal Mooney Coolly Captures District 17 Crown 17-7

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  via the Sarasota Herald Tribune   Excerpt: Cougars control the game dispatching Riverview, 17-7 SARASOTA The Cardinal Mooney boys lacrosse team earned the first possession of the game Thursday night and passed the ball around the zone, almost lulling Riverview High to sleep. “We’ve been pushing the ball too fast lately,” Cougars senior Caleb Ward said. “We’ve had too many turnovers. We wanted to work it around and get as many touches as we could and then get a good shot off.” Ward took the first Cardinal Mooney shot, sticking it in the back of the net with 72 seconds elapsed to begin an onslaught. The Cougars went on two big runs en route to a 17-7 victory over the Rams in the Class 1A-District 17 final at Out-of-Door Academy’s Thunder Stadium. Cardinal M
ATS – TCPalm.Com:  St. Ed’s Boys, Vero Beach Girls Win Lacrosse District Titles

ATS – TCPalm.Com: St. Ed’s Boys, Vero Beach Girls Win Lacrosse District Titles

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  via the TCPalm.com online - article by Aimee Ford Foster   Excerpt: TROPICAL FARMS — The St. Edward’s boys lacrosse team used a terrific third quarter to win its second consecutive District 23 championship on Thursday in the second game of a district doubleheader. The Vero Beach girls won the first game of the night, beating Martin County 19-4 to win the District 22 title for the 14th year in a row. The Indians have never lost a district game. St. Edward’s also beat Martin County to win its title, rallying from a one-goal deficit at the half to win 10-5. “We adjusted our offense just a little bit and got people cutting through the middle,” said sophomore Ryan Bird, who scored three goals. “That helped a lot. And we just connected on shots.” St. Edward’s scored the
ATS – St. Augustine Record:  Ponte Vedra Nullifies Nease Attack, Wins Eighth Straight Boys Lacrosse District Title

ATS – St. Augustine Record: Ponte Vedra Nullifies Nease Attack, Wins Eighth Straight Boys Lacrosse District Title

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  via the St. Augustine Record online - article by Will Brown   Excerpt: Ponte Vedra (14-5) won its eighth straight district championship on Thursday night with a dominating defensive performance. Nease scored the first goal of Thursday night’s District 6 tournament final. Phil Mylet’s goal with 7:44 remaining in the first quarter was no fluke. That context made everything that transpired after it a stunning coronation for the Ponte Vedra boys lacrosse program inside the Shark Tank. The Sharks defense asphyxiated the Panthers attack en route to a 15-2 win that left the visitors shaking their heads and slouching their shoulders in the third quarter. Ponte Vedra (14-5) held Nease (10-7) scoreless for the final 29:58 of the match. Senior defender Marc Leone said
ATS – Naples Daily News:  Prep Boys Lacrosse: Strong Third Period Propels Barron Collier Boys Over Naples

ATS – Naples Daily News: Prep Boys Lacrosse: Strong Third Period Propels Barron Collier Boys Over Naples

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  via the Naples Daily News   Authors Note:  Please readers!  Send these in to Report Media Coverage!!!   Excerpt: The last time the Barron Collier and Naples boys high school lacrosse teams met, the Golden Eagles bested the Cougars for the first time in their program’s history. With the District 20 championship on the line Thursday night, the Cougars used a dominant third period to defeat the Eagles 11-7 at Barron Collier. “Naples played their hearts off in that game and they’re a good team,” Barron Collier coach John Sivillo said. “I’m glad that we won, but we still have stuff to improve on.” Naples boys lacrosse team making history in '18 The Cougars will play at Gulf Coast in the regional quarterfinal round next Friday. “We have a goo