Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Home lacrosse season debuts in Hailey

Warriors to host Skyview Saturday

Conner Bennett of the Wood River Warriors (left) leads a band of Hailey players including, second from left, Kole Mauldin, Champe Kotara and goalie Brian Boyle, during Saturday’s TVLL league game against Boise High School. In the midst of the Warriors is Boise’s attackman Joe Pengilly. Photo by Willy Cook

Despite being out-shot by a substantial 54-18 margin, the Wood River Warriors high school lacrosse team fought effectively against Boise High School to keep a lid on the final score during Saturday's 2012 Warriors home debut in Hailey.

Boise (3-3-0) left with an 18-6 victory in the Treasure Valley Lacrosse League clash, but the Warriors (1-4-0) did a good job and benefited from scoring by five different players. Goalie Brian Boyle made seven saves.


Warriors scorers were Hayden Thayer (2 goals), Gus Conrad (1 goal, 1 assist), Drew Deffe (1 goal), Tommy Bailey (1 goal), Anders Fortuin (1 goal) and Eli Conrad (1 assist). Boise attackman Erik Miller (6 goals) made half of his 12 shots.

Next: Wood River travels to Mountain Home today, Wednesday for a 6 p.m. league game against Meridian (4-3-0) at West Elementary School. Then the Skyview Hawks from Nampa (1-5-0) roll into Hailey Saturday, April 28 for another 1:30 p.m. home game at the high school facility.

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