• MLL: Lizards hold off late-game surge by Bayhawks
  • NLL Season in Review: Calgary Roughnecks
  • MLL: Thompson scores five as Bayhawks extinguish Blaze 16-13
  • PLL: Chrome celebrates first victory
  • NLL Season in Review: Saskatchewan Rush

MLL: Thompson scores five as Bayhawks extinguish Blaze 16-13

On Saturday night the Chesapeake Bayhawks (5-3) defeated the Atlanta Blaze (5-4) 16-13 in a rematch from a couple weeks ago when the Blaze embarrassed the Bayhawks 19-10. This time when the Bayhawks took the lead, they didn’t stumble. Starting with a hat trick from rookie midfielder Andrew Kew, who had four on the night as he played his second game this season. He made his Bayhawks’ debut on July 4th versus…

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PLL: Chrome celebrates first victory

The PLL’s Chrome LC finally found itself with a win and it came at the expense of Chaos on Sunday 19-11. It was Chrome’s first victory of the season – and they now claim the most goals in a single game in the PLL’s short history. Now perhaps, Chrome should be called Team Jordan as Jordan MacIntosh and Jordan Wolf combined for 13 points in the victory. Despite the show…

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MSL: Fifth-straight loss for Kodiaks following Sunday defeat to Brooklin

The Cobourg Kodiaks, once at the top of the MSL standings, are winless in their last five games, the last defeat coming at the hands of the Brooklin Lacrosse Club (2-9) on Sunday by a score of 12-7. The Kodiaks started the season 5-1 but have failed to win a game since June 18 and now sit in a three-way tie for fourth place with Brampton and Oakville. Sunday’s game…

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NLL Season in Review: Saskatchewan Rush

Most teams would consider finishing the regular season in first place to be a success, especially after a bit of upheaval in the organization. But most teams aren’t the Saskatchewan Rush. The 2019 season saw the Rush miss the NLL finals for the first time since 2015 when they won their very first title while still located in Edmonton. This year they were bounced from the postseason in the first round,…

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MLL Week 5: All six teams get in on the action

Week five of Major League Lacrosse finally saw all six teams in action and that resulted in a shift in the standings. The weekend kicked off with Denver taking on Boston and the Outlaws silenced the Cannons in a hotly contested 17-16 victory that moved them into first place. Denver came out firing in the first quarter as they jumped out to a 4-2 lead in front of a reported…

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MLL: Stormy skies no problem for Outlaws in Mile High Fourth of July comeback win

The Denver Outlaws kept up their winning ways on America’s favourite day with a 14-13 come-from-behind win over the Chesapeake Bayhawks during their annual Mile High Fourth of July game. It puts the Outlaws at 5-1 and in first place in Major League Lacrosse. In front of 26,210 fans the Outlaws rallied from a 13-9 fourth quarter deficit during a game that was delayed 75 minutes and featured two further…

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MLL: Blaze take down Bayhawks

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

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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MLL Week 4: Atlanta and Boston prove ready to play

Major League Lacrosse reached the critical fourth week when the separation between playoff teams and those in need of retooling becomes apparent. The Atlanta Blaze kicked off the weekend’s action by defeating the Dallas Rattlers 13-11. Last season the Blaze looked ready to take the next step and make a serious run at the playoffs and a possible championship. Dallas played in the championship game last season as the favorite…

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