McCallie Lacrosse Takes Down MUS

Mathias, Chari Lead 15-6 Blue Tornado Win

Saturday, May 1, 2021

The McCallie lacrosse team defeated MUS Saturday by a final score of 15-6. Matthew Mathias and Zach Chari led the Blue Tornado with four goals each. Both players had , two goal saves, while Mathias had two takeaways.

After ending the first quarter tied at two all, McCallie began to pull away from the Owls going up by 6-4 at the end of the half before outscoring their opponents by a 10-2 margin in the second half.

McCALLIE    2  3  7  3  -- 15
MUS              2  2  1  1  --   6


Summary:
Matthew Mathias - 4 Goalss, 2 GBs (Goal Saves), 2 Takeaways (TAs)
Ian Balser  - 2 GBs, 6 TAs
Westin Hammond - 1 G0oal, 7 GBs, 12/13 Faceoffs.
Christian Chilton - 1 Goal, 2 GBs
William Riddle  - 2 Goals, 1 GB
Zach Chari  - 4 Goals, 2 GBs
Jackson Sikura - 3 Goals, 3 GBs, 1 TA.
Jetty Miller - 4/6 Faceoffs, 2 GBs
Bryce Lindeman -  4/5 Faceoffs, 2 GBs


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