Varsity knocks off the undefeated Salpointe Lancers 17-7
By Chase Stevens ’12
Chandler High School Wolves at the new Brophy Sports Campus.
Ever since then, Brophy has gone undefeated in their division games.
According to azlax.com, a Web site that keeps statistics of the high school lacrosse games in Arizona, the Broncos scored nine points against the East Valley Elites, who got four goals, then Brophy beat the Desert Vista Thunder 10-5.
The only game that the Brophy lacrosse team has lost was an exhibition game against Lawrenceville, an east coast school.
“We had a tough game against Lawrenceville. They are a good team from the east coast where lacrosse is hot,” said Mack Regan ’12 in an e-mail.
“Our team played a lot of defense in the first half but during the second half rallied to score 5 goals,” Regan said about the loss. “We ended up losing to them 13-5 in a well fought game.”
While the varsity squad is doing well, Regan said the junior varsity team also deserves a spot in the limelight.
“They have a record of 3-1. They are a good squad and we hope they continue to do well for the rest of the season,” he said.
The varsity team had a game against Salpointe Lancers on Sat. March 20, who were also undefeated.
Regan said “anything can happen any day. Salpointe is a good team. We played them in a preseason tournament and lost to them but the team is excited for the game and ready to get their revenge.”
Brophy ended up beating Salpointe with a score of 17-7.
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