Crusaders pull away from Poway in the second half

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Posner and Zimnoch combine for seven goals to turn back two-time defending California state champs
In the second-game of three-game swing through Southern California, the St. Paul's lacrosse team improved to 2-0, Thursday, earning a hard fought 9-6 victory over two-time California state champ Poway High School, in San Diego.

The Crusaders clamped down their defense in the second half after going to the intermission in a 4-4 tie, St. Paul’s limited Poway to just single goals in each of the final two quarters, while scoring five times itself.

Brendan Tscherne won 16-of-18 faceoffs and Alex Rode made 10 saves. Logan Posner and Logan Zimnoch led the way in scoring with four and three goals, respectively.

Keegan Pearl added a goal and dished out two assists. Riley Gaeger added a single tally, while Jack Brocato and Spencer Hall chipped in with an assist apiece to round out the scoring for the Crusaders. Poway is coached by former Archbishop Spalding head coach Zach Burch.

St. Paul's finishes up their SoCal trip in Orange County against powerhouse St. Margarets Episcopal on Saturday.

Last Updated (Friday, 17 March 2017 08:23)



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