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Windsor v. Waterford

c/o David Welsh

- Boys Varsity, 3/30/2015 | Windsor (CO) 8, Waterford 7 (User Submitted)
Leading Scorers: Windsor: (8)  Nathan Tucker (2g, 1a) KC Scott (2g) Max Hansen (2g) Hunter Hop (1g) Jake Hardy (1g) Clay Crave (1a) Chris Ahl (1a) Trent Gallatin (1a) | Waterford : (7) David Meabon (2g) Eli Rosett (2g) Nick Winters (2g) Owen Pyper (1g) Sam Schroeder (1a) Jacob Mika (1a)
Goalie Stats: Windsor, Colton Ferris (4 saves, 7 GA) | Waterford, Jacob Hawkes (6 saves, 6 GA),  Ty Cramer (5 saves 2 GA)
FOS: Windsor won the first 5 face-offs but Waterford finished winning 11 of the 19 total..

Windsor came out on fire scoring the first 3 goals within 3:30 minutes. The Wizards won the first 5 face-offs. The first Waterford possession occurred at the 6 minute mark. Nick Winters took the Raven offense into his own hands scoring his 2 goals in the first half. The Wizards lead 6-2 at halftime. The Ravens fought back and tied the game 7-7 at the 9:48 mark with a David Meabon goal from Sam Schroeder. The teams traded possessions until Hunter Hop scored the go-ahead goal with 4:50 remaining assisted by Clay Grave. Windsor gained possession and held off the Ravens for the victory.

The Wizards will take on Herriman on Wednesday. View the photo gallery from this game here.

Tim Haslam

Park City v. BinghamBingham versus Park City, Blue versus Red, and Miner versus Miner has turned into quite a rivalry game.  On March 30th the Park City Miners got off to a fast start and never let the Bingham Miners back in the game.

Bingham’s Blake McMillan won the initial face-off and headed for the crease.  Park City goalie, Ian Sime turned away Bingham’s first few attempts, setting a tone for the remainder of the game.  Sime cleared and Justin Pickard ran the length quickly scoring unassisted.  Park City’s Jackson Burton took control of the next face.  Bingham committed an early foul and PC capitalized on the man-up when Tucker Mirams found the back of the net.  A defensive battle ensued with relentless work from Park City’s Josh Hales, Jeff Turner and Cage Lewis allowing Bingham few shooting opportunities.  Bingham’s goalie, Zach Meisenbacher had several saves and with help from Mason Olson and Jake Wagstaff was keeping Park City out of the net, but Bingham committed another foul.  Tough Bingham D forced a turnover, but Park City recovered and Kolton Atkinson was able to score his first goal.  Bingham offense gained a rare faceoff win and attempted another shot, but was unsuccessful.  Bingham defenders made clearing difficult for Park City causing a key turnover, but you can only play defense for so long.  Park City regained possession and Pickard scored his second goal unassisted from the left.  The blue Miners finally got in the game near the end of the first quarter when Joe Lambert rounded the crease from behind right and then shot over his left shoulder for Bingham’s first goal.  At the end of one it was 4 to 1 for Park City.

Mykel Severson
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Utah Lacrosse News is proud to partner with The Lacrosse Box for the 2015 UHSLL Boys Coaches Poll.

For the fifth time in a row, Corner Canyon, Park City, and Brighton lead the polls with very little movement. All three teams remain undefeated, but not for long. Corner Canyon will head to Park City to play the Miners tomorrow. Juan Diego jumps up two spots into 4th while Olympus gets bumped three places. Spanish Fork and Lone Peak join the ranks for the first time this season.

How the Poll Works:
Each week Coaches vote on their Top 10. The first place team is given 10 points and the 10th place team gets 1 point. The teams are then ordered by how many points they get.

Comment below and let us know what you think of the Top 10 poll. Who would be your Top 10?

Also, be sure to check out the new chart that shows teams movement from week to week.

Paul Walker

The Lacrosse BoxUtah Lacrosse News is proud to partner with The Lacrosse Box for the 2015 Girls D-I & D-II Coaches Polls. The Girls D-I poll saw more movement this week than in previous. The top three teams all remain the same, only one loss between the three. Alta made a 3-place jump with wins over Juan Diego and Lone Peak, bumping all teams now below them one place.

The bottom of the Girls D-II poll also saw some movement. Roy moved down two, allowing Pleasant Grove and Sky View each to move up one place. West Jordan joins the Top 8 for the first time this season.

Also, be sure to check out the new charts that show teams movements from week to week.

Paul Walker
2015-Skyline-Olympus-17

Whenever the Skyline Eagles and Olympus Titans meet in any sport, the emotions on the field and the stands run high. On Monday afternoon at Granite High School there was no shortage of emotion as Skyline Attackman Harri Martin scored in overtime to give Skyline a 12-11 win. On top of that, Martin scored the last three goals of the game against his brother, Oli Martin, who played the second half in goal for the Titans.

Skyline was down 11-9 with 4:14 left in the game when Oli made a great save but was unable to get a firm grasp on the rebound. Harri scooped it up and slotted it home which gave Skyline a huge boost. At 2:53, Harri again was on the end of a missed shot and again was able to bury the ball in the back of the net to tie the game at 11 which is how the game would end.

Both teams had looks in overtime. Olympus had 3 clear shots but were unable to put them on cage late in the overtime period. Skyline was able to get a loose ball, clear it to Bert Merrill who found Harri on the crease who scored for the game-winning goal.

Tim Haslam
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High School

– Congrats to Ty Guzzo (Timpview) and Bergan McArdle (Brighton) for winning the Storm Lacrosse Week 4 Player of the Week award. Be sure to nominate someone for this next week!

IMG_0340- American Fork Chill-Lax Recap (User Submitted)
After one win and one loss at Friday’s Chill-Lax Lacrosse tournament the American Fork Caveman boys high school JV (Freshman & Softmore) team landed in the Silver bracket.  Saturday’s Chill-Lax games began at 8:00 am, American Fork Caveman played Copper Hills Grizzlies.  The game started with a nice goal by Kade Whatcott followed by another goal by Jonathan Squire.  Jacob McNall, Warren Wright, Taylor Mason, Spencer Walker and the combined efforts of goalie Pudge Belliston and the defensive team contributed to a final score of American Fork 11, Copper Hills 1.

Tim Haslam

storm-player-of-the-weekThe Week 4 winners of the Storm Lacrosse Player of the Week goes to Ty Guzzo (Timpview) and Bergan McArdle (Brighton). Thanks to all those who nominated. Don’t forget that they only way to be awarded is to be nominated! Click the banner to the right to submit your vote for the Week 5 Player of the Week.

Tim Haslam