May River boys lacrosse opened its season with a resounding 13-3 win at Savannah Christian Prep on Monday.
The Sharks needed a little time to find their groove on offense, as the Raiders struck first and it was a 3-2 match in May River’s favor at halftime. The Sharks feasted in the second half, though, outscoring Savannah Christian 10-1 to run away with the victory.
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Rob Gadomski scored five goals to go with three assists, and Ethan Sotiropoulos added three goals and two assists to lead the Sharks’ balanced attack. Mike Gonzales scooped a team-high six ground balls and scored a pair of goals, and Andrew Dromsky added two goals and an assist.
May River’s defense was dominant, limiting the Raiders to three goals on 13 shots. The Sharks pitched a shutout in the third quarter and held Savannah Christian scoreless for a 16-minute stretch from early in the second quarter to early in the fourth. Corbin Wiltse made 10 saves in goal for the Sharks.
The Sharks (1-0) are back in action Thursday with a Region 7-4A match at Beaufort High.