MLL: Blaze take down Bayhawks

July 2, 2019

The Atlanta Blaze soundly defeated the Chesapeake Bayhawks to end their undefeated streak and spoil the Bayhawks’ home opener on Saturday with a 19-10 win. Lyle Thompson’s magical goals kept Bayhawks’ fans entertained throughout the evening despite the loss. He took multiple hits that seemed to echo through the stadium. He was double teamed and triple teamed, yet he still found multiple ways to put the ball in the back…

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PLL Week 4: Archers succumb to Chaos

June 29, 2019

Even though it appeared that Tom Schreiber was unstoppable to anyone other than himself, that turned out to be untrue. Apparently Schreiber can be controlled by the Chaos. He was held to one goal and two assists when the Archers LC battled Chaos last weekend at Homewood Field. Team Chaos walked away with a 14-13 win. The Maryland and Hopkins fans came out in force the night before. Those who…

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PLL Week 4: Redwoods, Whipsnakes winners on Saturday at Homewood Field

June 24, 2019

Redwoods Dull Chrome The Redwoods defeated team Chrome 13-11 in the first of three games at Homewood field in Baltimore this weekend. Jules Heningburg had a breakout game for the Redwoods and showed that he is the right fit for this team after his trade from from Whipsnakes earlier this week. His eight points included five goals and three assists. Ryan Garnsey scored once and added two assists while Clarke…

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PLL: Week 3 leaders

June 23, 2019

Tom Schreiber is seemingly as unstoppable in the Premier Lacrosse League as he was in Major League Lacrosse and as he is in the National Lacrosse League. In fact, the only time Schreiber appears able to be stopped is when his body is working against him and he gets injured. Schreiber is averaging 7.5 points per game in the PLL. His shots are on point. However, there are two other…

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PLL Week 3: Schreiber proves to be Archers’ biggest threat despite loss

June 19, 2019

Week three in Premier Lacrosse League action saw Paul Rabil’s Atlas pick up their first win of the season while the Whipsnakes handed the Archers their first loss. Two more overtime games delighted over 11,000 fans in Chicago. Next week the PLL hits Baltimore. Pick up your tickets here: https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/baltimore. WHIPSNAKES 11 ARCHERS 10 OT The Whipsnakes came out on top with an 11-10 win over the Archers in another closely…

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PLL Week 2: Atlas gets lost in the chaos

June 13, 2019

Week two was another wild and crazy outing in the Premier Lacrosse League with much of the same hard hitting, high scoring and intense play that was seen the week before in Boston – and the fans were not disappointed. Atlas Gets Lost in Chaos Atlas lost to Chaos despite leading in goals in each of the last two quarters. Trevor Baptiste proved that he can continue to be a…

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MLL: Cannons win home opener in new stadium

June 9, 2019

The Boston Cannons beat the New York Lizards 13-12 in the Cannons’ new stadium in Quincy, Massachusetts, last Saturday, June 1. The stadium received a significant contribution from the Boston Cannons to make it ready for a Major League Lacrosse venue. And it was evident that Quincy supports this team because the sell out crowd of over 5,000 cheered almost non-stop. The Cannons’ press release expressed head coach Sean Quirk’s…

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PLL: Snider gets the OT goal for Whipsnakes

June 8, 2019

The Whipsnakes LC picked up their first win over Team Chaos before an energetic Gillette Stadium in the second of the three action packed lacrosse games in the PLL last Saturday, June 1 during the league’s opening weekend. The Whipsnakes struck early and often in the first quarter as they appeared to tame the Chaos as they doubled them up 6-3. The second quarter saw another doubling up as the…

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NCAA: Merrimack Warriors win DII championship

June 2, 2019

The #7 Merrimack Warriors upset the #1 Limestone Saints by a stunning 16-8 score to win the men’s NCAA Division II Championship on Sunday, May 26th at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. They made it look easy. This is Merrimack’s second straight national title. Even more impressive is the fact that Merrimack and Limestone have combined to win almost every championship over the last six years. That trend will end…

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NCAA: A cavalier win for UVA in semi-finals

May 26, 2019

The first game of the NCAA Division I semifinals at Lincoln Financial Field In Philadelphia seemed like more of a preseason game than a semifinal game for a championship, with a lot of unsettled play and a tremendous amount of turnovers. Either one can cause a team to be eliminated from championship play. The University of Virginia was fortunate to have solid goaltending that allowed them to be victorious in…

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