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Latest Nike/US Lacrosse High School Boys National Top 25 Features #1 Boys Latin; West Region St. Ignatius Prep And Torrey Pines Debut Tied At #24
High School Lacrosse: Loyola-Blakefield Boys Lacrosse Stuns #1 Boys Latin 10-9 To Win 2013 MIAA-A Championship On May 17 (Video)
The Loyola lacrosse team barely made the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference playoffs, able to sneak in on the season’s final day and then following up with an improbable run to Friday’s championship game against undefeated and No. 1 Boys’ Latin.
But the No. 4 Dons saved their best and most astonishing feat for the title game.
Overcoming a six-goal deficit early and then down two goals late in the fourth quarter, the Dons scored the game’s last three goals — with senior attackman Devin McNamara providing the game-winner with 1:56 remaining — to come away with a stunning 10-9 upset win over the No. 1 Lakers in front of an announced 6,271 at Towson University’s Johnny Unitas Stadium.
High School Lacrosse: Video Scoring Highlights Of National #1 Boys Latin Lacrosse (19-0) 13-8 Win Over #17 St. Paul’s (15-5) In MIAA-A Match On May 7
Video highlights of National #1 Boys Latin Lacrosse 13-8 win over St. Paul’s (MD) on May 7, 2013.
High School Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of National #1 Boys Latin Lacrosse 13-7 Win Over #14 Calvert Hall On April 26 In Clash Of MIAA Powerhouses
Coach Bob Shriver, who guided the last Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference unbeaten team in 2006, has his team on the verge of another epic campaign after the Lakers (15-0, 6-0 league) throttled the defending champion Cardinals (7-5, 3-3).
Boys’ Latin has three regular season games left and, considering it will most likely be the top seed in the upcoming playoffs, could have only two more contests in the postseason.
Calvert Hall only led once against the Lakers after back-to-back goals by senior attackman Jordan Germershausen and freshman midfielder Ethan Mintzer offset an opening goal by Boys’ Latin senior midfielder Casey Rees.
The Lakers then went on a 5-0 run three goals by Colin Heacock and two by his fellow senior attackman Shack Stanwick for a 6-2 lead that was shaved to 6-3 on junior attackman Andrew Fanshaw’s goal with 28 second left in the first half for the Cardinals.
National High School Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of #1 Conestoga Boys Lacrosse 7-6 Overtime Win Over Boys Latin On April 3
Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association Lacrosse: Boys’ Latin Lacrosse Upsets #2 McDonogh On May 13 In MIAA-A Lacrosse Playoffs (Video)
For the Boys’ Latin lacrosse team, which endured countless frustrating one-goal losses in an up-and-down season, Friday’s Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference quarterfinal game at McDonogh was the first step at some redemption.
This time, the No. 6 Lakers did all the positive things necessary in the closing minutes to pull out an 8-7 upset win over the No. 2 Eagles to advance to the league semifinals. Boys’ Latin improves to 11-7 and will meet Gilman — which secured first place in the league’s Red Division with an 11-5 mark — in Tuesday’s semifinal at Towson University’s Johnny Unitas Stadium.
High School Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Boys’ Latin Lacrosse Vs St. Stephen’s And St. Agnes On March 22
Boys’ Latin v St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes lacrosse @ Georgetown
Best Of High School Boys Lacrosse: Boys Latin Lacrosse Is A Top Team In The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA), The Toughest Conference In The Nation (Video)
From the June issue of Inside Lacrosse, a feature segment on a typical week with MIAA powerhouse Boys’ Latin.
|3/13||at Saint Andrew’s||W, 12-11|
|3/16||at Gulliver Prep||W, 14-3|
|3/20||vs. St Stephen/St Agnes||L, 11-7|
|3/26||at Archbishop Spalding||W, 13-11|
|4/01||at Mount St Joseph||W, 15-7|
|4/03||SALISBURY SCHOOL||W, 14-9|
|4/06||at Severn||W, 19-4|
|4/13||at St Mary’s Annapolis||W, 8-5|
|4/16||CALVERT HALL||W, 15-11|
|4/20||ARCHBISHOP SPALDING||W, 14-9|
|4/24||at Loyola-Blakefield||L, 7-6|
|4/27||at McDonogh||L, 10-6|
|4/30||ST MARY’S ANNAPOLIS||W, 9-4|
|5/04||at Gilman||W, 9-8|
|5/07||ST PAUL’S||W, 11-10 (3OT)|
|5/11||MOUNT ST JOSEPH||W, 12-2|
|5/18||vs. McDonogh||W, 10-7|
|5/22||vs. St Paul’s||L, 17-7|
|Coach: Bob Shriver|
Best Of High School Boys Lacrosse: Boys Latin School Lacrosse (MD) Defeated St. Paul’s 16-15 On April 9, 2009 (Video)
Best Of High School Boys Lacrosse: Boy’s Latin Lacrosse Defeats St. Paul’s 16-15 In Overtime April 9
Wells Stanwick converted a pass from Patrick Foster to score the game-winning goal with 35 seconds left in overtime to lift visiting Boys’ Latin in Thursday’s come-from-behind, 16-15 victory over Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference rival St. Paul’s.
Down, 15-13, with 2 minutes, 49 seconds left in regulation, the Crusaders took what coach Rick Brocato called “an ill-advised shot,” adding that the Lakers regained possession, “went down and scored.”
Christian Walsh’s ninth goal tied the game at 15-15 with 51 seconds left off of an assist from Patrick Foster, setting the stage for Stanwick.
“We needed somebody to step up. And luckiy, I did,” said Walsh, who scored, unassisted, to bring the Lakers within, 15-14.
“This was a really tough week for us,” said Walsh, who is headed for Deerfield Prep in Massachusetts, with an eye toward attending Notre Dame. “And after losing to Calvert Hall on Tuesday, we really needed to bounce back against St. Paul’s.”
In overtime, the game-ending sequence featured Walsh, who was out to the left of Crusaders’ keeper, Harry Krieger, ripping a pass to Foster, who was behind the Crusaders’ goal.
Foster promptly dropped the ball, which rolled behind him toward the endline, but he quickly, and calmly, turned, retrieved it, and returned to offensive mode.
Foster spotted the oncoming Stanwick with a razor-sharp pass, which the latter zipped as a quick-stick goal into the upper net’s upper corner to Krieger’s left.
Foster and Stanwick then disappeared amid a mob of their celebrating Lakers’ teammates.
“This means everything,” said Walsh. “I want to make it to the playoffs and win the championship.”