Chargers edge Eagles in lacrosse play

Posted 3/29/19

MEBANE — Lars Hoeg netted five goals to lead the Northwood boys lacrosse team to a thrilling 13-12 triumph over Eastern Alamance on Tuesday night.

Hoeg chipped in three assists and four ground …

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Chargers edge Eagles in lacrosse play

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MEBANE — Lars Hoeg netted five goals to lead the Northwood boys lacrosse team to a thrilling 13-12 triumph over Eastern Alamance on Tuesday night.

Hoeg chipped in three assists and four ground balls for the Chargers while Kade Little added two goals, an assist, six ground balls and two takeaways. Jake Mann scored two goals and netted two ground balls.

Additional scorers for Northwood (2-3) on Tuesday evening were Dacota Egnaczak, Nate Little, Quinn Rooze and Ben Rogers. Egnaczak also collected two assists and two ground balls while Rogers added an assist and two ground balls. Sam Kellam had a strong game for the Chargers as well in the field with eight ground balls and four takeaways while William Lake chipped in three ground balls and two takeaways.

Kade Little was 10-of-18 in faceoffs while Austin Egnaczak was 4-of-11.

Eastern Alamance (1-2) was led by a tremendous effort from junior Austin Bryant who torched the Chargers for seven goals and an assist while Josh Gollnick added three goals and an assist, Will Stanley goal and four assists, Henry Hohl a goal, and Jackson Poteat four assists.

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