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Steinbrenner Alum Chase Jackson’s 8G/2A lead Webber Men to 16-8 Win over Tennessee Wesleyan

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Wiregrass Ranch Alum Jeremiah Loo 3G/2A

via Webber press release/website


Jackson’s Scoring Outburst Leads Warriors Past Bulldogs

Babson Park, FL – The Webber International Men’s Lacrosse team hosted the Tennessee Wesleyan Bulldogs on a cloudy Saturday afternoon. Battling through the elements, the Warriors took care of the Bulldogs handily, winning 16-8.

Joshua Cargile started in the faceoff for the Warriors, where he started the game off winning his first of many opportunities. Tennessee Wesleyan was able to strike first, however, scoring thanks to a Webber turnover. Another Cargile faceoff win set the Warriors up nicely, as after four shots missed, Chase Jackson was able to find the back of the net for his first goal. Another goal for the Bulldogs was negated again by Jackson, whose day was just getting started. Three straight saves from Warrior Goalie Ryan Prylinski set up another goal from Jackson, gaining a hat trick in the first quarter. Kye McCarron would get one more shot off for the Warriors in the first quarter, but it was saved and Webber led 3-2 after one quarter.

Webber would take advantage of a Bulldog penalty, as Houston Finlayson found the net off the feed from Jackson. Jeremiah Loo would be the next Warrior to score making it 5-2 Webber. A turnover from TWU allowed another opportunity for Finlayson to score, this time off an assist from Connor Herring. Webber and Tennessee Wesleyan would go back and forth with neither able to break the other’s defense. Loo was finally able to break through with less than a minute left in the half. His goal made it 7–2 Webber headed into halftime.

Jackson would find the back of the net again to start the second half, this time with an assist from Loo. A failed clear for the Bulldogs allowed Cade McCarron to score, extending the lead to 9-2. TWU was able to get back on the offensive, and although Prylinksi made two straight saves, the third shot for the Bulldogs found the goal. Tennessee Wesleyan would score again before who else but Chase Jackson scored his fifth goal of the game. TWU would get two more goals as the game headed to the fourth quarter with Webber up 10-6.

Loo and Jackson connected at the start of the final frame before Jackson again scored for the Warriors, taking a commanding 12-6 lead. Jackson scored his seventh goal of the game before the Bulldogs were finally able to score again, keeping the lead at six. Jackson would find the goal once more Saturday afternoon, giving Webber a 14-7 lead. Tennessee Wesleyan scored once more as well before Christian Tapia scored, and then assisted the final goal of the game to Nick Sheaffer. Herring and Tay’Quan Bryan would each take one more shot at goal, but the final horn blew with the Warriors up 16-8.

Jackson led the team with 10 points, tallying eight goals and two assists. Loo was behind him with five points, off of three goals and two assists. Defensively, Prylinksi had 10 saves, while Dane FasanoGreyson Davidson, Bryan, and Steven Landsman all had two turnovers. In the circle, Cargile won 24-27 faceoffs, tallying 17 groundballs as well.

The Warriors will be back in action on Friday, March 1st when they host Point University at 1 PM.

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