Friday, June 7, 2013

U-15 lacrosse (6-1) ends season with two wins

In Idaho Falls



Wood River Warriors, front row, from left, Claire Guthrie, Sophie Nasvik and Addason Park; middle row, from left, Ashton Owens, Tre Black, Car-son Small, Hans Heaphy, Issac Loomis and Matt Galgano; and back row, from left, coach Aaron Prazenka, Joseph An-derson, Travis Swanson, Asher Loomis, Cade Street, Connor Lorhke, Leo Corrales, Marc Cardona, Miles Jones, Kyle Furlong, Evan Telford and coach Paul Jones.
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     The Wood River Warrior U-15 lacrosse team met Pocatello and Idaho Falls this past Saturday in Twin Falls for its final two games of the season. Both turned into Wood River wins.

     Wood River (6-1) won its first game against Pocatello 10-0. Scoring two goals apiece were Evan Telford, Ashton Owens, Kyle Furlong and Leo Corrales. Adding singles were Matt Galgano and Travis Swanson. Goalie Miles Jones made two saves.

     In the second game against Idaho Falls, Wood River prevailed 7-3. Ashton Owens led the way with three goals and Leo Corrales added two. Matt Galgano and Kyle Furlong added one goal. Goalie Jones chipped in with five saves.

     Completing the Warriors roster coached by Aaron Prazenka and Paul Jones were Claire Guthrie, Sophie Nasvik, Addason Park, Tre Black, Carson Small, Hans Heaphy, Issac Loomis, Joseph Anderson, Asher Loomis, Cade Street, Connor Lorhke and Marc Cardona.




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