PLL Notebook: Ament Shines in Archers LC OT Win, Whipsnakes LC Dominates Atlas LC

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With 11:06 in the overtime period, Grant Ament fed Ryan Ambler on a no look, underhanded, cross field pass for the 13-12 Archers LC victory over Chrome LC, in what was a battle of undefeated’s.  Continue reading “PLL Notebook: Ament Shines in Archers LC OT Win, Whipsnakes LC Dominates Atlas LC”

PLL Notebook: Redwoods LC Edges Chaos LC in Low-Scoring, Overtime Contest

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With just over eight minutes left in the overtime period, Sergio Perkovic rolled back and fed Myles Jones, who drew the double team and found a butt-naked wide open Ryder Garnsey down low for the game-winning score, sealing the 8-7 win for Redwoods LC in what was the lowest scoring game in PLL history. 

Continue reading “PLL Notebook: Redwoods LC Edges Chaos LC in Low-Scoring, Overtime Contest”

PLL Hands Redwoods’ Garrett Epple One-Game Suspension

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On Wednesday afternoon, The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) announced that Redwoods LC’ Garrett Epple had been handed a one-game suspension and a fine as a result of the incident with Chrome LC’s Matt Gaudet in Tuesday’s contest. Continue reading “PLL Hands Redwoods’ Garrett Epple One-Game Suspension”

PLL Notebook: Archers, Chrome Stay Unbeaten

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After a pretty ugly first quarter, overall, Redwoods LC held a slim 2-1 lead, with Sergio Perkovic and Kyle Harrison each finding the back of the net in the first quarter to put them ahead. However, mistakes, penalties, and an unhealthy obsession with putting Matt Gaudet, who has been a big story in the PLL since being mic’d up on Sunday where he chirped Chaos goalie Blaze Riorden and showed of his hyena like cackle, led to a very poor second half performance from Nat St. Laurent’s squad.  Continue reading “PLL Notebook: Archers, Chrome Stay Unbeaten”

PLL Notebook: Is Grant Ament vs. Bryan Costabile Lacrosse’s Newest Rivalry?

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Archers LC took the field for the first time on Monday night, taking down Atlas LC, 11-10, in a tightly contest battle.

But the biggest storyline coming out of the game wasn’t necessarily Archers reeling in the dub. No, the biggest storyline was the impressive play of Archers’ Grant Ament and Atlas’ Bryan Costabile, the No. 1 and No. 2 selections, respectively, in this year’s PLL College Draft. Continue reading “PLL Notebook: Is Grant Ament vs. Bryan Costabile Lacrosse’s Newest Rivalry?”

PLL Notebook: Concannon, Law Shine in Atlas LC Season Opening Win

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Waterdogs LC, the league’s seventh and newest club, took the field for the first time on Sunday. But they would fall in their first ever game, succumbing to Atlas LC’s second half comeback, which was capped off by a diving goal from Chris Cloutier at the 2:24 mark in the fourth to secure the victory.  Continue reading “PLL Notebook: Concannon, Law Shine in Atlas LC Season Opening Win”

Shorthanded Cannons Take Down Outlaws to Claim MLL Title

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The statement, “Lacrosse is a game of runs” was ever present during Sunday’s MLL Championship game between the Denver Outlaws and the Boston Cannons, where the Cannons claimed their second title in franchise history.  Continue reading “Shorthanded Cannons Take Down Outlaws to Claim MLL Title”

Breaking: MLL Records More COVID-19 Test, Teams Pull Out of Playoffs

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The Major League Lacrosse (MLL) playoffs were set to get underway on Saturday at 4 pm, but that will not be happening as two teams, Chesapeake Bayhawks and Connecticut Hammerheads, have pulled out of the playoffs following a total of four players testing positive for COVID-19, according to multiple sources.  Continue reading “Breaking: MLL Records More COVID-19 Test, Teams Pull Out of Playoffs”

Breaking: MLL Records Positive COVID-19 Test, Pushes Back Semifinals

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Major League Lacrosse (MLL) has announced that a player tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday night. Due to this positive test, the league has tested every player and coach, and has pushed back the semifinals three hours each.  Continue reading “Breaking: MLL Records Positive COVID-19 Test, Pushes Back Semifinals”