May River boys lacrosse put on an impressive display Saturday afternoon in the scorching heat, taking down Savannah powerhouse Benedictine Military School 11-8 on the road.
With the score incredibly close throughout the game, the Sharks didn’t have time to ease on the brakes until the end of the second quarter, when they maintained a three-goal lead over the Cadets.
Junior Andrew Dromsky initiated the Sharks’ offensive opportunities by scoring the first goal of the game. Rob Gadomski led May River with four goals, one assist, and four ground balls, while sophomores Brooks Van Esselstyn, Whitt Beebe, and Thomas Rasich also contributed for the Sharks. Van Esselstyn scored two goals to go with one assist and six ground balls, Beebe added a goal and an assist, and Raisch scored one goal. Seniors Ethan Sotiropoulos and Hudson Kramer also scored a goal each.
May River’s Will Wilson was tasked to guard Benedictine’s Iroquois U17 National team member Kiva Twoguns, and he held Twoguns scoreless. Jacob Bollinger also led the Sharks in fielding gathering one groundball and one takeaway, and Eli Hall won 10 faceoffs.
Goalkeeper Corbin Wiltse sparked May River’s momentum the whole game, making 11 saves.
May River (10-2, 6-1) will travel to Lucy Beckham for a clash of Region 7-4A’s top two teams on Monday.
By Taylor Michael