Nighthawks own the evening in downing of Chargers

Posted 3/22/19

BROWN SUMMIT — Powerful Northern Guilford used a 9-2 spurt in the third quarter here on Tuesday night to down visiting Northwood 17-9 in non-conference boy’s lacrosse action.

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Nighthawks own the evening in downing of Chargers

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BROWN SUMMIT — Powerful Northern Guilford used a 9-2 spurt in the third quarter here on Tuesday night to down visiting Northwood 17-9 in non-conference boy’s lacrosse action.

Northern Guilford (3-0) pulled in front 3-1 after one period in the books before methodically pushing the advantage to 6-3 at the intermission.

The Nighthawks then used the key 9-2 onslaught in the third to extend the lead to a comfortable 12-3 count entering the fourth before cruising to the 17-9 win.

Lars Hoeg had a strong game for Northwood (1-2) with three goals, three assists and six ground balls in the losing effort.

Quinn Rooze added three goals, two ground balls and a takeaway for the Chargers while Jake Mann chipped in two goals, an assist, two ground balls and an assist, Tristan Rapsky a goal, two ground balls and a takeaway, Sam Kellam five ground balls and three takeaways, William Lake five ground balls and four takeaways, and Kade Little three ground balls and two takeaways.

Andrew Norman had eight saves for the Chargers while Hunter Klingel added one more.

Brady Mercer had five goals and two assists to pace Northern Guilford while Gavis Cosgrove chipped in four goals and an assist.

The Nighthawks also received three goals and two assists from Will Beyer while Aidan Cosgrove added two goals and an assist, Giacomo Santomauro two goals, and Bryce Johnson a goal.

Cosgrove chipped in seven ground balls while Thomas Henderson added six more while winning 13-of-24 faceoffs.

Jacob Wilkerson took the win in goal and had six saves.

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