Boys Lacrosse: Recaps
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Boys Lacrosse: H-W Moves to 2-0
Hamilton-Wenham won their second straight road game, defeating Woburn 11-10 to open the season at 2-0. Woburn controlled play early, leading 2-1 after the first quarter.
The Generals battled back, led by senior midfielder Joe Lattanzi (3G) and junior attackman Andrew Riccio(6G and 2A). Lattanzi netted the game winner with under 3 minutes to play in the game, and H-W was able to survive one last late scare by Woburn and run out the clock.
The Generals also had goals from junior midfielder Thomas Lattanzi and sophomore attackman Aidan Daly, and got great face-off play from sophomore Sam Webber and senior Quinn Moloney.
H-W was led defensively by junior Zane Clark and senior Bradley Caccivio. Despite missing some key players on defense, backup sophomore goalie Evan Bucci, junior defensemen Eli Grigorian, and freshman longstick midfielder Colby Cala stepped up to help secure the win.
Hamilton-Wenham will be looking for their first 3-0 start in at least 12 seasons on Saturday when they play at St. John's Prep against south shore foe Norwell High School. Game time is scheduled for 2:00 pm.
Boys Lacrosse: Generals Tame Falcons
Hamilton-Wenham opened their season with a 7-4 victory on the road at Danvers Monday afternoon. In a hard fought game, the Generals were able to control play at both ends throughout much of the game.
Offensively, H-W was led by senior midfielder Joe Lattanzi's hat-trick. Junior Griffin Barlow scored a pair of goals while junior Andrew Riccio contributed two assist. Callen Strong collected a goal and an assist, and sophomore Sam Webber had a strong game in his first start as a face-off midfielder.
Sophomore long-stick midfielder Clint Gourdeau, junior goalie Mayo Amorello, junior defenseman Zane Clark, and senior defensemen Julian Murray-Brown and Bradley Caccivio had solid games on the defensive end of the field for the Generals.
Next up for H-W is a trip to Woburn on Wednesday, while Danvers will host North Reading Thursday afternoon.