Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Warriors lacrosse team into the fling of things


The Wood River Warriors get off the mark with Eric Boyle, Rune Haavik, Colby Stoecklein, David Dredge, Ian Murphy and Ben Broderick. Photo by

The Wood River lacrosse team won its first game Saturday, beating Mountain View 8-6 in a hard-hitting game at Jabil Field in Meridian. Juniors David Dredge and Robbie Jost tallied two goals and one assist apiece. Luke McNees contributed a goal and an assist. Nick Chase, Gus Englehardt and Tracy Bailet (1 assist) also found the back of the net to help the team to its first win under coach Dave Hennessy.

"They played well," Hennessy said. "They were smart and physical, which was important."

The young Warriors (1-5) spread out the scoring with two goals in each of the four quarters and limited Mountain View to a single goal in the final frame. Goalie Daniel Cortez finished with eight saves.

'The defense had a good fourth quarter," Hennessy said. "And midfielder Robbie Jost had a really good game."

In games in Boise on April 12, the Warriors lost to Boise High School 12-4 and Centennial 10-1. Goal scorers were Tanner Marcouiller (2), Dredge, Chase and Jost.

Wood River Warriors Schedule

Saturday, April 26 at Eagle High School

Saturday, May 3, at Bishop Kelly High School

Saturday, May 10, at Timberline High School

June 7-8, first annual Spud Chucker Tournament, Hailey

Roster:

Senior: Daniel Cortez.

Juniors: Tracy Bailet, Cody Chandler, David Dredge, Gus Englehardt, Rune Haavik, Chancey McGraw, Luke McNees, Colby Stoecklein, Reed Stokes, Nate Hall, Robbie Jost.

Sophomores: Anders Ard, Ben Broderick, Nicholas Chase, Tanner Marcouiller, Nils McMahon.

Freshmen: Eric Boyle, Tommy Heinrich, Kyle Jones, Calahan McCarthy, Ian Murphy, Cooper Rogers, Doogie King.

Eighth graders: Connor Bennett.




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