Chargers stampede Spartans in lacrosse action

Posted 4/12/19

DURHAM — Northwood posted eight goals in the opening stanza en route to routing Southern Durham 22-3 in 3A Big Eight Conference boy’s lacrosse action in Durham last Thursday afternoon.

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Chargers stampede Spartans in lacrosse action

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DURHAM — Northwood posted eight goals in the opening stanza en route to routing Southern Durham 22-3 in 3A Big Eight Conference boy’s lacrosse action in Durham last Thursday afternoon.

The Chargers added a 5-1 advantage in the second to go up 13-1 at the break before using a 5-2 run in the third to extend the lead to 18-2, and capping things off with a 4-0 surge in the fourth to close out the easy 22-4 triumph.

Jake Mann led Northwood (2-1, 4-5) in the win with six goals while also chipping in three assists and two ground balls.

All told, 10 Chargers broke into the scoring column with Nate Little adding three goals, five assists and a ground ball, Harper Johnson and Kade Little three goals apiece, Henry Sapienza two goals and an assist, Lars Heog a goal and three assists, Harry Tiller a goal and an assist, Terry Moore and Daniel Sanders a goal each, and Dacota Egnaczak three assists.

Troy Arnold had a great game in the field for the locals as the sophomore collected six ground balls and three takeaways and Daniel Sanders and Kade Little each added four ground balls and a takeaway, and Tristan Rapsky four ground balls.

Northwood won the faceoff battle on the day, taking 16-of-23 (70 percent) with Kade Little winning 7-of-9, Sanders 7-of-11 and Sapienza 2-of-3.

Andrew Norman and Hunter Klingel both worked 24 minutes in goal with both recording a pair of saves.

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