April 27, 2009

LMO Photo Blowout: Did You See That?

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From a Southern California high school rivalry to a marquee Maryland MIAA matchup, a record crowd at the Horshoe to the Patriot League championship in Lewisburg, and Florida state high school championships to a slew of juggernauts at the Katie Samson Festival, LMO's photographers capture all the great action from the weekend in lacrosse.

 

Photos: Brown-Princeton (Women)

Senior Christine Casaceli scored four goals to lead the No. 6-ranked Princeton women’s lacrosse team to an 8-7 win over Brown at Class of 1952 Stadium.

Photos by Jim O'Connor.

 

Photos: Corona del Mar-Palos Verdes (HS Boys)

Corona del Mar's Dave Kidushim scored in overtime to clinch a 9-8 win over Palos Verdes in a battle of Southern California high school boys' lacrosse rivals. 

Photos by Dirk Dewachter.

   

Photos: Gilman-Boys' Latin (HS Boys)

Patrick Foster scored two of his game-high four goals in the final 3:25 as the host Boys' Latin boys' lacrosse team, ranked No. 4 by the Baltimore Sun, upset No. 1 Gilman, 13-12.

Photos by Keith Maynard.

 

Photos: Katie Samson Festival (HS Boys/Girls)

Games featured: Archwood Bishop-Downingtown West, Emmaus-Penncrest, La Salle College-Haverford, Brunswick-Malvern Prep and St. Joseph's Prep-Conestoga boys; Villa Maria Academy-Great Valley, Strath Haven-Episcoal girls.

Photos by Kevin P. Tucker.

 

Photos: Cazenovia-Lafayette (HS Boys)

Lafayette High School lacrosse, a staple of Central New York, celebrated its 50th anniversary with an 11-10 victory over Cazenovia and dozens of former players in attendance.

Photos by Greg Wall.

 

Photos: Navy-Bucknell (Patriot League Championship)

The third-seeded Midshipmen outhustled top-seeded Bucknell, the Patriot League regular season champion, and came up with a 9-8 win when it really counted on a scramble that went south for the Bison.

Photos by Barb Krohn.

 

Photos: Notre Dame-Ohio State (Men)

No. 3 Notre Dame defeated Ohio State, 14-8, in front of a regular-season record crowd of 30,192 at Ohio Stadium.

Photos by Jay LaPrete.

   

Photos: Lake Brantley-St. Andrews (HS Boys)

St. Andrews savored its seventh straight Florida state boys' lacrosse title, fending off some bulletin-board fodder fed by Lake Brantley to a local paper on the eve of the championship to post a convincing 19-5 victory.

Photos by Scott McCall.

   

Photos: Vero Beach-Lake Brantley (HS Girls)

It took a court injunction to get there, but the Vero Beach girls' lacrosse team made their case on the field, too, defeating Lake Brantley 16-5 for its fourth straight Florida state championship.

Photos by Scott McCall.

 


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