We had a lot of midweek action this week, and that included a few matchup’s between some of the top teams in the state. Those matchups really did prove that the gap between the top two teams and the rest of the state is truly HUGE.
Tuesday, March 19th
Collegiate 16, Christian Academy 6
The Titans moved to 2-0 on the season after this dominating home victory. Collegiate was forcing their will on both ends of the field. Collegiate’s core of Blake Leviston, Ethan Gatty, Jack Guifree, and Bo Dawson all scored at least four goals. The team went as they went. Christian Academy was severely overmatched in this one, and a bad start certainly didn’t help as they were dominated from the opening faceoff until the final buzzer sounded.
Fredrick Douglass 21, Lafayette 2
It was all Broncos in this one as Fredrick Douglass dominated the Generals of Lafayette. The Broncos were the much better teams in this one as they dominated the entire way. Lafayette is still looking for their first win of the season after this one dropped them to 0-6.
South Warren 14, Central Hardin 13
It was a very close one on Tuesday night as the Spartans took down the Bruins in a one-goal victory to secure their second win of the season. In last year’s meeting, South Warren’s first season, Central Hardin won 8-3.
Wednesday, March 20th
Trinity 16, South Oldham 2
It was pure domination from the start. Trinity ate up possession in this game and capitalized on every opportunity presented. South Oldham could not hang with the Shamrocks. The Dragons looked to be playing very rushed, which ended up causing a lot of turnovers and mistakes. Trinity was the better team and they showed it in this one. Andrew Hamill was a breakout player for Trinity in the win, tallying 4 goals in the win.
St. Xavier 17, Lexington Catholic 1
The Tigers dominated the whole game in this one as the routed the Knights and secured the blowout win. This was Lexington Catholic’s first loss of the season.
Manual 11, Eastern 8
After taking their first loss of the season and then having a few games cancelled due to inclement weather Manual is back on track. The Crimson defeated the Eastern Eagles in a pretty close one to move to 4-1. Eastern is now 2-2.
Dunbar 17, Bryan Station 9
Dunbar secured their first win of the season on Wednesday as they defeated the Bryan Station Defenders. Dunbar is now 1-5 and Bryan Station is
Collins 22, Anderson County 0
It was a shutout as the Collins Titans downed the Anderson County Bearcats 22-0 on Wednesday night. This win is the largest margin of victory in the history of Collins lacrosse.
Elizabethtown 13, Lexington Christian 4
The Panthers led this one from the start and never let the Eagles get a sniff of the lead. Even with Lexington Christian being able to put up a few goals in the second fourth, Elizabethtown was just too much to handle on this night.
North Oldham 9, Male 7
After taking their first loss of the season last week, North Oldham bounced back with a two goal win over the Male Bulldogs.
Thursday, March 21st
Eureka (Mo.) 13, Christian Academy 8
It was a close one the whole way through, but Eureka prevailed. After thing being tied at 5 to end the first half, Eureka was able to create some separation in the second half and secure the win on the road.
Bowling Green 7, Central Hardin 3
The Bruins couldn’t get a win down in Bowling Green this week as they dropped one to the Purples a day after losing a close one to South Warren.
Fredrick Douglass 17, Collins 3
The Broncos move to 7-0 after this dominating win over the Titans of Collins. Fredrick Douglass got out to an 6-1 in the first and never looked back, rolling straight to victory.
Madison County LC 16, Lexington Christian 7
The Mavericks of Madison County defeated the Lexington Christian Eagles by a huge margin on Thursday night.