Tuesday, April 9, 2013

BOYS LACROSSE: La Salle rolls past Lansdale Catholic

For Montgomery Media / GEOFF PATTON Lansdale Catholic's Tom Bradley controls the ball against La Salle's Brendan McGonagle during Monday's Philadelphia Catholic League action.
The margin between the Lansdale Catholic and La Salle boys lacrosse teams Monday afternoon ended up being 17 goals in favor of the visiting Explorers.

LC first-year coach Sean Gracey is now looking for the Crusaders to shrink that gap between the two programs.

“You try to find the plusses and minuses. What are the things that we need to work on to get better in order to compete with teams on that level?” Gracey said. “You’ve got a program you’ve got to account for and a five-year plan, where do we need to be to compete with a team like that. That’s tough when you’re going up against a national contender.”

For a quarter, Lansdale Catholic was able to play with the Explorers, tying the Philadelphia Catholic League contest 2-2 before the Explorers ended the first 12 minutes up a goal thanks to a Zachary Drake strike.
From there, however, it was all La Salle, which outscored the Crusaders 9-1 in the second quarter, then shut out LC in the second half in claiming a 20-3 victory.

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