LANDON LACROSSE 12 ROBINSON 5

Robinson has been one of Northern Virginia’s better teams with good athletes and coaches who know the game. One of the Landon annual strengths is some of the best scouting in the area, if not nationally. That point was proved today with the first five Bear shots being executed 8-10 yards from the goal, from the right side alley and placing the ball to the low opposite side of the Rams’ goalie. The result was a six goal lead at the end of the first period.

From the opening face-off, won by Sam Lamson, the home team possessed the ball for a couple of minutes, then the visitors turned it over and took it to their offensive zone, then the Bears regained the white sphere. In transition, Peter Laco took it in the desired spot and fired a shot to the target, GOAL at 8:09. On the next faceoff (won by Sam ), the faceoff expert proved that Mr. Lamson is not a FOGO and scored on an unassisted basis at 7:36. Soon thereafter (5:42), the ball ended up in the cradle of future Delaware Hen Philip Pena who followed the scouting formula for goal #3. Another faceoff resulted in possession for the Bears and on this occasion, Hank Brown took the 10 yard shot with the same result at 5:06. The run continued at 2:55, this time the scorer was UVa bound Jack Falk for another goal. To finish the period, Peter found Sean O’Brien with 0:34.2 remaining.

END OF 1ST Q BEARS 6 –- RAMS 0

At 8:19, Hank netted his second goal. Soon thereafter, the coaches gave some playing time to a number of Bears (in numerical order—Sam Lynch, Sam Gansler, Luke Vassos, Kevin Keena, Andrew Mitchell, Allen Kleiner, Connor Lynch, Will Buckingham and Will Murty) between this period and the final horn. The Rams tallied for two goals at 3:52 and 1:05 (#15 unassisted and #30 from #15).

HALFTIME BEARS 7 — RAMS 2

The Rams run continued at 9:07 by #22, but the Bears responded with three consecutive goals: Jack at 6:01, then Sean fed Robby Dunigan at 4:49, and Matt Potolicchio at 1:17.

END OF 3rd  Q BEARS 10 –- RAMS 3

 

The Rams added two early goals in the last twelve minutes, #7 unassisted at 11:44 and #15 at 10:56. The home boys responded with Peter Laco passing to freshman Luke Vassos at 9:04 and then Sam Lynch unassisted at 6:18.

 FINAL SCORE BEARS 12 — RAMS 5

LANDON SCORING

PLAYER

GOAL(S)

ASSIST(S)

POINT(S)

LACO

1

1

2

O’BRIEN

2

 

2

BROWN

2

 

2

FALK

2

 

2

DUNIGAN

 

1

1

PENA

1

 

1

POTOLICCHIO

1

 

1

LYNCH, S.

1

 

1

LAMSON

1

 

1

VASSOS

1

 

1

 

GBs

Team              32

Opponent       16

Bear leaders

Lamson and Dunigan          5 each

 

SHOTS

Team              30

Opponent       11

Bear Leaders

Potolicchio and Brown        4 each

Caused Turnovers

Lynch             1

F/Os

Team                          17/30

Bear Leaders

Lamson                      9/11

Murphy                       8/9

SAVES                 GA

Joyce              4          0

Murty              6          5

KHARI BATEN “THAT’S A BEAR” AWARD

SAM LAMSON  F/O 9/11; 1 GOAL; 5 GBs

 

NEXT GAME  MONDAY 4/16  4:30PM

GOOD COUNSEL

 

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