In the Kentucky Stickhorses Black and White scrimmage game this past Saturday, the White team took a 12-7 victory. This team was compiled mostly of the newer players for the club. They need to cut their roster down to 23 before the season starts.
Leading the White team was their goaltender Spencer Lyons who played the entire game, allowing just seven goals and making 37 saves against the Black team. The Stickhorses drafted Lyons this off season.
Travis Bland, Todd Miller and George Castle each scored two goals a piece, and all were acquired this off season. Bland has played in CLax and this fall with the Reading Rockets of the PLL. Castle is also a player who was with the Rockets, and he also played NLL with the Philadelphia Wings.
Also scoring goals were Eric O’Brien, who was with the team last year, Josh Kacprzak who was recently cut by the Rochester Knighthawks, Audi Glass, Mike Murphy, Tommy Dooley and Anderson Morgan.
New comer Stefan Schroeder picked up nine loose balls to lead team White and leading team Black was Max Schmidt also with nine.
Greg Bice and Anthony Kelly had two goals a piece for the Black team and they also saw goals from Brandon Dube, Devin Maxwell and Joel Zalesky.
The Black team split goaltending duties with Patrick Crosby and Tim McCormack. Crosby played for 30 minutes and made eighteen saves while giving up five goals. McCormack, who was a field goalie at UMass, who made twelve saves and gave up seven goals.
The team will begin making its cuts for the 2013 season, so stay tuned to In Lacrosse We Trust as those cuts become public and we will know the full roster for the team.