Villa Julie vs. Hood
April 14, 2007
|Jason Woodford||3 (1.000)|
|Christopher Carroll||2 (0.667)|
|Geoff Hebert||2 (1.000)|
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|Sofanie Lazar||(1, 0)|
|Blake Rust||(0, 1)|
|Sam Hofmann||19 (0.413)|
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|The Game Story:|
|Owings Mills, MD.- The Villa Julie Mustangs men's lacrosse team hosted CAC opponent Hood College on the Mustangs senior day, honoring 13 senior athletes. Seniors honored before game time included: Matthew Miller (Denver, CO/. George Washington), Justin Donoghue (Joppa, MD/ Joppatowne), Jonathan Criggar (Olney, MD/ Sherwood), Matthew Healy (Harrisburg, PA/ Harrisburg), Seth Hidey (Sykesville, MD/ South Carroll), Brooks Beaty (Pasadena, MD/ Northeast), Andrew White (Cockeysville, MD/ Loyola), Robert Guill (Clifton, VA/ Westfield), Jeff Paul (Bel Air, MD/ C. Milton Wright), Ian Bohager (Towson, MD/ Calvert Hall), Brent Hidey (Sykesville, MD/ Century), Dan Petty (Street, MD/ North Hartford), and Bradley Bartkowiak (White Hall, MD/ John Carroll).|
The Mustangs took full advantage of their special day and dominated the field to a 27-1 win over the Blazers. All three of the Mustang goalies participated in today's game. Kevin Donnelly (Laurel, MD/ St. Vincent Palotti) led the team scoring with eight goals.
The Mustangs went up 3-0 in the first period. They continued on their run to 13-0 in the second period. Hood scored their lone goal in the third period to make the score 23-1. The Mustangs scored four more goals in the fourth period to win the game. Villa Julie outshot the Blazers 72 to 13. They also picked up 50 groundballs and won 23 out of 31 faceoffs.
Scoring for the Mustangs was Donnelly with eight goals and one groundball; Hidey with four goals; Jimmy Dailey (Westminster, MD/ Winter Mills) with three goals; Miller, David Jenks (Ft. Myers, FL/ Cypress Lakes), and Chris Baldwin (Baltimore, MD/ Calvert Hall) each had two goals; Beaty, Donoghue, Paul, and Shane Clift (Westminster, MD/ North Carroll) each scored one goal for the day.
Today's win pushes the Mustangs' record to 9-3 overall and 7-1 in the CAC. The #2 CAC Mustangs will host the first round of the CAC tournament on Tuesday, April 17, against #7 CAC Mary Washington. The time is TBA.