The Timber Creek Wolves didnâ€™t need any rest after the shoot-out with Lake Brantley on Tuesday night. The played again on Wednesday and cruised to a 23-0 win over the East River.Â This marks the first boysâ€™ lacrosse game ever for the Falcons. Junior Jake Rooney (Hofstra) once again led the way for the Wolves with five goals and two assists. The Falcons will try again on Friday when they visit Lake Nona (0-1) who are also playing their first Varsity season.Â Timber Creek has a few days rest before they return to action next Wednesday at University HS (1-0).
The Hagerty Huskies scored four late, unanswered goals to notch a great come from behind victory over the Trinity Prep Saints.Â The Saints held a four goal lead at half time but managed only one goal in the third as the Huskies managed five goals, the fifth one coming with less than two minutes remaining in the third quarter to tie the game. Hagerty scored early in the fourth to take the lead for the first time in the game but the Saints battled back, scoring three straight goals. This got them back to a two goal lead with 8:00 left in the game.Â Â The Huskies were not finished, however, scoring four unanswered goals. The last three came in with under three minutes left in the game. Andrew Bonnie scored 6 goals and picked up an assist and Eric Marshall added three goals and six
[album: http://insidefloridalacrosse.com/wp-content/plugins/dm-albums/dm-albums.php?currdir=/wp-content/uploads/dm-albums/Starrs Mill at Bolles/]Starrâ€™s Mill came down to Jacksonville from Fayateville, GA for a two game road trip. The dropped the first one to Bolles on Monday and pulled out a close game with Creekside on Tuesday.Â Chris Lewis had a big game for Bolles scoring five goals and two assists.Â Teddy Powell had three goals and four assists.Â Michael Haueisen (2a), Alex Prince (3g, 1a), Alex Ruiz (2g), Tyler Gibson (2g) all scored multiple points for the Bulldogs.Â Zach Ashourian and Chad Kehoe each picked up a goal.Â Ted Demont had a nice day between the pipes recording 11 saves.Â Zach Gossner, Kevin Yoggy, Marc Amalfitano, and Eric Yoggy did the scoring for Starrâ
The Barron Collier Cougars moved to 2-0 with an impressive win over a game CSN squad.Â All American Sr. Daniel MoraÂ led the Cougars with 6 goals, 3 assists and Sophomores Matt Ihm (4 goals, 2 assists) and Alec Lange (3 goals, 1 assist) had big scoring nights for BC. The tough defense only allowed 7 shots on goal and senior Goalie Alexis Strong's clears opened up the field for the speedy Cougars. Cory Moore was 8 for 9 on faceoffs and Austin Adams collected 11 groundballs. Barron Collierâ€™s Matt Hunter â€” â€œWe already had one game under our belt. This was CSNâ€™s first game. Score didnâ€™t matter. They fought hard and it was a fun game.â€ Barron Collier hosts Miami Country Day on Sat at 2pm as part of the Autism Speaks - Lacrosse Listens Program. The Community School of Naples
Timber Creek and Lake Brantley played in a fantastic see-saw battle that came down to the final three minutes of the game.Â Â Jake Rooney (â€™12 Hofstra) led Timber Creek in scoring with six goals and an assist.Â Kyle Plaugher (Florida Southern) had three goals and an assist.Â He also scored the game winner with 3:00 left in the game. Blake Gwizaldski and Max Bush (Jacksonville) both scored three points in the game.Â Ian Gehlbach led the Patriots in scoring with three goals and Adam Van Valkenburg, Tim Newton, and John Dougherty all had three points each.Â Ryan Harrison had a stand out night in the goal making several big saves.Â The big story of the night, however, was the untested Timber Creek defense that stiffened to hold the Patriots to one score in the fourth quarter.Â