Lacrosse Excels

Posted May 6, 2021 / Last updated May 6, 2021

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Jesuit Lacrosse Team Thrives Against Strong Competition

The Fine Point by Michael Paul Fine ’22, Editor-in-Chief

The Jesuit Lacrosse team is off to a phenomenal start. The team has faced great opponents such as Newman and UMS Wright from Alabama. The team is undefeated with other great victories over both St. Paul’s and Newman.

Against UMS Wright from Alabama, Andrew Brown ’21 had a spectacular performance. He scored seven times and Jack Unger ’21 followed with five goals and an assist.

With a great early victory, the Jays faced off against rival St. Paul’s. The team came out triumphant with a victory of 16-5. Andrew Brown had another impressive performance with five goals and four assists.

Also, sophomore goalkeeper, Ethan Lago, was a rock protecting the goal. The great defense of the Jays has kept opponents on their heels and held many teams to single digits.

Furthermore, the team defeated rival Catholic High Bears, one of the top lacrosse programs in the state.

The Jays then advanced to a 4-0 start with a great victory over Newman. The Jays scored 15 goals, led offensively by Evan Centola ’21 with five goals, and held Newman to single digits.

Midfielder Dickson Chamberlain ’21, controlled the ball well in the middle of the field and was a key part of many of Jesuit’s attacks.

The Jays have had a strong beginning and the rest of the season looks promising. To find more updates, check the Jesuit website, and make sure to follow the team in their next matchups.