KY High School Weekend Roundup: Trinity and St. Xavier Drub SLUH, Lacrosse Arrives in Bardstown

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Photo Credit: Chad Waggoner / Trinity Athletic Photos                                                                               

It was an exciting weekend of lacrosse here in the Bluegrass as we saw a lot of action on Saturday and Sunday alike, with multiple out-of-state teams coming in for games.

One really cool thing that happened this weekend doesn’t even involve a great team or individual performance. On Sunday the Bluegrass Bulldogs played North Hardin. This game was held at Bethlehem High School in Bardstown, Ky. What’s so significant about that is it was the first every lacrosse game played in Bardstown. 

*Note: There are a few missing scores, just FYI.*

Saturday, March 16th

Priory (Mo.) 10, Male 3

The Bulldogs took yet another loss on Saturday as they were defeated by Priory (Mo.) in dominating fashion. 

Vianney (Mo.) 17, Dunbar 2

The Golden Griffins dominated the Bulldogs and left Dunbar still searching for their first win of the season. 

Tates Creek 18, Collins 5

After keeping it close in the first quarter Tates Creek trampled Collins, outscoring the Titans 17-4 in the final three-quarters in route to a dominating victory. 

Frederick Douglass 8, Central Hardin 7

It was a close one the entire way through as Frederick Douglass was able to edge Central Hardin and secure a victory. Central Hardin’s second half miniature comeback didn’t prove to be able to get the job done. 

Christian Brothers (Mo.) 11, Henry Clay 7

A big first half performance proved to be the difference in this one. While Henry Clay was able to put things together in the second half, it just wasn’t enough as Christian Brothers walked away victorious. 

St. Xavier 19, St. Louis University HS (Mo.) 3

The Tigers drubbed the Jr Bills as they routed them in a 19-3 blowout win. 

Male 8, Evansville Harrison (Ind.) 6

The Bulldogs were able to bounce back and won a close contest after losing earlier in the day. Male moved to 2-3 after this win. 

Vianney (Mo.) 15, Woodford County 4

The Golden Griffins leave Kentucky with two wins after they dominated Woodford County in their second game on Saturday. 

Priory (Mo.) , North Oldham

There was no score reported by per the Priory athletics twitter account they defeated North Oldham to leave the Bluegrass with two wins on the weekend. 

Elizabethtown 13, Atherton 3

The Panthers took down the Rebels in dominating fashion, earning their first win of the season. 

Bryan Station 9, Bluegrass Bulldogs 6

The Defenders were able to defeat the Bulldogs in a close one to earn their first win of the season. 

Sunday, March 17th

Trinity 17, St. Louis University HS (Mo.) 5

The Shamrocks got their second win of the week, dominating the Jr. Bills in a Sunday morning matchup. 

Priory (Mo.) 10, Elizabethtown 7

The Rebels were able to top the Panthers on Sunday, heading back up to Missouri after getting three wins down here in Kentucky the weekend. 

Hamilton Southeastern (Ind.) 11, Henry Clay 5

Indiana powerhouse took down Henry Clay in a Sunday battle.


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More KY High School Coverage:

KY High School Friday Roundup: South Oldham and Lexington Catholic Dominate in Wins

KY High School Midweek Report: South Oldham Get’s Season Underway, Collins Starts 3-0

KY High School Monday Roundup: Trinity Edges St. Rita (IL), Henry Clay, Collins, and Oldham County With Blowout Wins

 

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