Fluco boys’ lacrosse falls to Patrick Henry High

In the second quarter the play was quite even, as each team netted one goal. As in the first quarter, no one could score early in the second quarter. The Flucos got on the board with 3:51 remaining when Nathan Carney scored on a lovely wrap-around move from in close. Unfortunately for the Flucos, the Patriots held for the last shot of the half, moved the ball around, and found an open shot with one second remaining to take a 5-1 lead to the locker room.

The third quarter continued the trend of no scores being made early on. Fluco goalie Conner Dobbins made an excellent save early in the quarter, and Carney made a powerful run the length of the field but was thwarted on his scoring attempt. In the last two minutes of the quarter, the Patriots managed two quick goals to put the game away.

The Flucos kept fighting in the final stanza, as Carney and Dahl both made strong runs at the Patriots’ goal and Dobbins made another tough save. But the only goal in the period was scored by the Patriots after a scramble for a loose ball in front of the Flucos’ net, resulting in the final 8-1 score.

The boys’ lacrosse team hosted Charlottesville on March 28. The team then has a break before coming back into action on April 18, when it hosts Monticello. On April 25 and 28, the Flucos travel to Charlottesville and Liberty-Bealton.

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