Huskies out-run Chargers to 13-11 victory

Posted 3/22/19

RALEIGH — The Northwood boys lacrosse team couldn’t climb out of an early deficit here in Raleigh on Wednesday evening as the Chargers dropped a hard fought 13-11 decision to 4A Heritage.

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Huskies out-run Chargers to 13-11 victory

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RALEIGH — The Northwood boys lacrosse team couldn’t climb out of an early deficit here in Raleigh on Wednesday evening as the Chargers dropped a hard fought 13-11 decision to 4A Heritage.

The action was fast and furious the entire night as the talented teams battled to keep any kind of momentum.

Heritage (4-1) built a 3-2 advantage after one period of play before using what would be a decisive 6-3 run in the second to up the lead to 9-5 in favor of the Huskies.

Northwood (1-3) couldn’t cut in to the deficit in the third as the teams entered the fourth quarter with Heritage leading 11-7.

In the fourth, the Chargers would close the gap to 13-11 but never could never get all the way back from the early deficit.

Lars Hoeg had a great contest for Northwood as the senior found the net four times while recording three assists, three ground balls, and two takeaways.

Jake Mann added four goals, an assist, one ground ball and a takeaway for the Chargers in the loss while Quinn Rooze chipped in two goals, Dacota Egnaczak a goal, an assist, a ground ball, and a takeaway, Kade Little two assists, and a ground ball, and Nate Little an assist.

In the field, Austin Egnaczak had two ground balls, three takeaways and an assist, while Sam Kellan had four ground balls and a takeaway, William Lake three ground balls and three takeaways, Troy Arnold a ground ball and two takeaways.

Ryan Cornell was the star of the show for Heritage as the senior torched Northwood for eight goals and an assist while adding four ground balls.

Noah DeLucia chipped in a pair of goals and two assists for the Huskies while Brandon Szcypinski added two goals.

In goal for Heritage, Lain Moede picked up the win by going 48 minutes and making nine saves out of 20 shots attempted by Northwood.

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