GOALS ON GOALS. The Braves defeat the Timber Creek Wolves, 17-4 on March 6. photo/Sydney Schad

The boys lacrosse team (2-3) faced the Timber Creek Wolves (2-4) in a regular season game on March 6.

Senior Jack Reddeck opened the first quarter, putting away the first goal. Keeping a strong defense, senior Michael Gresosky regained possession and scored a goal, putting his team on the man up after a slashing penalty. With eight minutes left in the quarter, Gresosky scored again, creating a 3-0 lead.

After scoring two successful goals, Gresosky attempted to score again but the ball was blocked by the Timber Creek goalie. The Wolves regained possession and scored, changing the score to 3-1 with seven minutes left in the quarter.

With assists from senior Jaiden Corrente-Carret, Reddeck and freshman Campbell Griffin, the team scored three more goals, making the score 6-1. Freshman Luke Bolsworth added another goal, ending the first quarter 7-1.

Senior Sean Walsh started the second quarter by winning the face-off allowing for Gresosky to score with an assist from Corrente-Carret, 8-1. Following this, junior Colin Reeves scored with an assist from Redneck to make the score 9-1.

With seven minutes left in the second quarter, Timber Creek scored, getting their second point on the board. Boone fought back though, and Gresosky scored again with three minutes left in the quarter, making the score 10-2. Timber Creek tries to score again but senior Cole Dalton blocked the attempted goal. Dalton was tested again but does not block the ball and the Wolves score, ending the second quarter 10-3.

The Wolves opened up the third quarter by blocking a goal and trying to score but are unsuccessful. However, Boone continued to score and increase their lead, 13-3, by the end of the third quarter.

With one quarter remaining, Walsh lost his face-off, allowing Timber Creek to score, 13-4. Redeeming himself, Walsh won his next face-off and scored, 14-4. The team continued to score three more goals.

The team won 17-4, and will play tonight at 7:30 p.m. at University High School.

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