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Saints Shoot Down Hawks for Senior Day Win

Written by Lee Roggenburg on . Posted in , , , .

via Flagler press release/website, by Grace Schwab


ST. AUGUSTINE – Atanas Mikuzis broke a school record with seven goals as he helped lead Flagler College to a 24-6 win against Peach Belt Conference opponent Shorter University Saturday afternoon on “Senior Day” as the Flagler Lacrosse Field. The 24 goals scored broke the school record. 

The Saints are now 3-0 in PBC play and 5-8 overall. The Hawks now drop to 2-9 overall and 0-3 in the PBC.

The Saints came out strong in the first quarter, scoring five goals in a row before hearing back from the Hawks. However, the Saints continued to widen the gap and ended the first half leading 12-5. 

The Flagler offense maintained their lead the rest of the game with 13 different Saints finding the back of the net in this afternoon’s game. This included a hat trick from Geraint Shaw and two goals each for Colton Reynolds, Logan Tobias, and Tyler Douglass

The Saints defense performed just as well with Wade Lamon leading the goalies with five saves. The defense caused 20 turnovers in total with Walker SmithJohn KerseyMatt GickElijah Kaasa, and Ori Imirie each causing two. 

The Saints also dominated on the faceoff with Matt Mitrega winning 10, Jake Griffin winning seven, and John Adams Dowdy winning four. 

Grant Sanders scored two goals to lead the Hawks and Chase Finley recorded 25 saves.

At halftime, the Saints honored their five seniors: Griffin, Noah Kole, Jackson KrasnyThomas Pritchard, and Ty Tom

The Saints host PBC opponent Lander University for their next game on April 15 at 12 p.m. 

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Scoring Summary

1st PeriodSF
12:53FLGFLG – Antanas Mikuzis Assisted by Trace McDonald01
12:05FLGFLG – Thomas Pritchard02
11:51FLGFLG – Antanas Mikuzis Assisted by John Kersey03
11:33FLGFLG – Geraint Shaw Assisted by Elijah Kaasa04
09:24FLGFLG – Logan Tobias Assisted by Drew Flagg05
08:27HAWKSMLHAWKSML – Gunnar Uutinen15
07:49HAWKSMLHAWKSML – Jaden Sealey25
06:29HAWKSMLHAWKSML – Earl Marshall35
06:21FLGFLG – Colten Reynolds Assisted by Antanas Mikuzis36
04:48FLGFLG – Garrett Moore Assisted by Colten Reynolds37
04:39FLGFLG – Antanas Mikuzis Assisted by Geraint Shaw38
03:47FLGFLG – Antanas Mikuzis Assisted by Geraint Shaw39
2nd Period
12:45FLGFLG – Logan Tobias Assisted by Tanner Sims310
08:18HAWKSMLHAWKSML – Grant Sandars410
06:37HAWKSMLHAWKSML – Grant Sandars Assisted by Ethan Kavanaugh510
04:05FLGFLG – Tyler Douglass Assisted by Tanner Sims511
01:53FLGFLG – Dylan Wilson Assisted by Garrett Moore512
3rd Period
13:52FLGFLG – Antanas Mikuzis Assisted by Geraint Shaw513
11:12FLGFLG – Antanas Mikuzis Assisted by Drew Flagg514
07:17FLGFLG – Tyler Douglass Assisted by Garrett McNulty515
04:56FLGFLG – Colten Reynolds Assisted by Tyler Douglass516
03:53FLGFLG – Davis Campbell Assisted by Ty Tom517
01:09FLGFLG – Antanas Mikuzis Assisted by Colten Reynolds518
00:04FLGFLG – Geraint Shaw Assisted by Tyler Douglass519
4th Period
13:50FLGFLG – Jackson Krasny520
12:12FLGFLG – Luke Kane Assisted by Tanner Sims521
09:19FLGFLG – Auggie D’Ambosi522
06:15FLGFLG – Devin Carter Assisted by Auggie D’Ambosi523
05:33FLGFLG – Geraint Shaw Assisted by Drew Flagg524
02:09HAWKSMLHAWKSML – Cordell Greenwood624