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#3 Reinhardt’s 8-Goal 2ndQ Too Much for #2 Webber Men to Overcome in 12-10 Loss; Loo 3G/4A, Finlayson 2G/1A in Loss

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Wiregrass Ranch alum Jeremiah Loo 3G/4A, Steinbrenner alum Chase Jackson 1G

via Webber press release/website


Warriors Battle with #3 Eagles

Babson Park, FL – The Webber International Men’s Lacrosse team hosted the third ranked Reinhardt Eagles on the Warrior Turf Field Saturday afternoon. A back-and-forth defensive battle ensued, but the Warriors were unable to prevail, falling for the first time this season, 12-10. 

Blake Nelson would score the first goal of the game as he found the net off a pass from Chase Jackson. A faceoff win for Joshua Cargile set up the Warriors next goal as Nick Sheaffer scored with an assist from Jeremiah Loo. Nelson would soon find the net again after a Reinhardt turnover, with another assist from Loo. Houston Finlayson would score the final goal for the Warriors in the first quarter, with Loo picking up his third assist of the day. Goalie Ryan Prylinski would make a save on a man-up opportunity for the Eagles as the game headed to the second quarter with Webber up 4-0. 

Prylinksi would make three more saves before the Eagles were able to get on the board. Reinhardt would score five unanswered goals. A man-up goal from Loo would tie the game at 5-5, but the Eagles would score three more times before the half ended as they took an 8-5 lead into the second half.  

Liam Murphy started the second half in the goal for the Warriors, as he was able to save the first shot he saw. Neither team was able to score on the other for the first half of the third quarter, however Reinhardt would double their lead to six soon after, 11-5. Finlayson would help the Warriors avoid being shutout in the third as he scored man-up with an assist from Nelson. 

Jackson and Loo scored to start the fourth quarter for the Warriors. Another save from Prylinski set up a Sheaffer goal off of Loo’s fourth assist of the afternoon. Another goal from Loo would bring the Warriors within one point, 11-10. Loo’s goal would be the final one scored by the Warriors as the Eagles added an insurance goal late, as the Warriors fell 12-10. 

Loo led the team with seven points, as he had three goals and four assists. Finlayson and Nelson each had three, with both netting two goals and one assist. Defensively, Greyson Davidson led the team with six caused turnovers while also picking up three ground balls. Tay’Quan Bryan also had three ground balls to go with two caused turnovers. In the goal, Prylinski made 10 saves while Murphy had three. 

The Warriors will be back in action on Monday March 11th when they host Montreat on the Warrior Turf Field.  

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