Tigers tame Chargers in lax action

Posted 3/29/19
CHAPEL HILL — Chapel Hill used a late surge in the third period Friday night to take a hard-fought 14-10 win over Northwood in area boys lacrosse action. Jack Grubbs and Austin Cicale both …

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Tigers tame Chargers in lax action

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CHAPEL HILL — Chapel Hill used a late surge in the third period Friday night to take a hard-fought 14-10 win over Northwood in area boys lacrosse action.

Jack Grubbs and Austin Cicale both scored four goals in the victory for the Tigers, who went on a 5-1 run in the third period to take the lead, while Ben Gleiter added three goals, and Theodore Popkin, Michael McLaughlin and Declan Gualtieri-Reed a goal each. Grubbs, Gleiter and Robert Lewis each added an assist apiece for Chapel Hill (5-0).

Northwood (2-4) was paced by two goals each by Jake Mann, Quinn Rooze, Ben Rogers and Lars Hoeg while Kade Little and Dacota Egnaczak added a goal apiece.

Rogers and Little each contributed two assists while Hoeg and Egnaczak chipped in an assist apiece, and Harper Johnson an assist.

In the field, Little collected six ground balls while Williams Lake added four ground balls and three takeaways.

Hunter Klingel notched nine saves in goal while suffering the loss for Northwood.

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