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The Havre de Grace boys varsity lacrosse team got solid goaltending, great team defense and opportunistic scoring in opening the season with a win Monday.

The Warriors allowed a single goal in a man-down situation, while lacing the nets eight times in an 8-1 win over Edgewood in a contest played at Cedar Lane Park.

Warrior goalie Ryan Chojnowski made 11 saves in goal, while the close defense of Alex Newhart, Ryan Weismiller and Tyler Coakley kept the Rams scoring chances to a minimum.

Long stick middie Jared Allen was all over the ball on faceoffs and harassing middies while Edgewood was trying to clear.

Chris Castillo picked off several Edgewood passes with great hustle and by being in the passing lanes, while Mark Holloway was riding hard and all over loose balls on our offensive end.

Scoring was led by Glenn Horning and Justin Gosnell with three goals and two assists each.

Ryan Callaghan and Kip Brown also had goals and Chris Castillo added an assist.

Ground ball leaders for the game were Horning and Holloway with four each. Five others had three apiece.

Brendan Haffey, who had several good shots, played good defense and was all over ground balls.

Dan Dimeo, playing at about 50 percent due to injury, controlled face-offs and contributed on man-down as the short stick middie along with Callaghan.

“Overall a good team effort and a great way to start the season,” said Warriors coach Brooks Brown.

Cobras beat Eagles

Visiting Aberdeen opened its season at Harford Tech on Wednesday, losing 10-4.

The Cobras shut the Eagles out in the first half, before settling in for the six-goal victory.

Aberdeen was led by Ian Steward’s two goals, while Rickie Kalama and Alex Brainard added single tallies.

Austin Smith had two assists, while Kalama and Scott Budnick one assist apiece.

Tech was led offensively by Matt Lubawski, who tallied four goals and two assists.

Chris Merk added two goals and an assist and Chris Armstrong also scored twice.

Brandon Gain and JJ Neal contributed single goals and Neal also dished out a a game-high three assists.


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