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Eight is Great
Devon Cowan scored five goals, including the one that gave Hun its first lead of the game with two minutes left in the game. Jackson Barletta scored three goals. Hun School improved to 4-0 with the victory.
MIAA Coach Moves West
St. James (Md.) in Washington County, Maryland might be a small school, but they are getting a former National Lacrosse League Coach-of-the-Year and a coach with a decorated career coaching MIAA A Conference programs.
Tucker will serve as St. James’ Director of Admissions and take on coaching duties.
“It’s a real opportunity to do something special,” Tucker told the Herald Mail. “Saint James is really committed to everything they do, starting with academics and the culture of service at the school. There’s excellence from the top down, and over the years it’s had tremendous tradition. I’d like to be a small part of it.”
*some games may be missing from Tucker’s overall career record
Living Up to the Hype
St. Christopher’s jumped out to a 6-1 lead in the first quarter, but STAB mounted a comeback after being down 10-6 late in the third - scoring four-straight goals to tie the game and send it to overtime. Luke Valentine scored the game-winning goal with two minutes remaining in the second overtime.
Jeff Moore was outstanding for St. Christopher’s - winning 18-of-22 face-offs. Valentine and Jack Horsley led the team with four goals each in the win. The win improved St. Christopher’s to 12-0 on the season.
News and Notes
In a rematch of last year’s Tournament of Champions final, Delbarton (N.J.) defeated Summit (N.J.) 15-5. Julian Barba won 14-of-18 faceoffs and C.J. Kirst totaled eight points on seven goals and an assist in the victory.
Broadneck (Md.) improved to 8-1 with wins over MIAA A Conference programs in a Public/Private Challenge last week. The Bruins defeated Archbishop Spalding (Md.) and Severn (Md.). Keegan Houser scored four goals in the win over Spalding on Saturday.
Westminster (Md.) improved to 10-0 with wins over River Hill (Md.) and Winters Mill (Md.) last week. The Owls have won 28 consecutive games and are the defending Class 4A/3A champions.
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