Theboys lacrosse squad is back on a roll again.
The Mustangs made it five straight wins Monday with a 14-4 KLAAConference victory at South Lyon Unified.
Senior Aleccontinued his torrid scoring paced with six goals and three assists as improved to 7-3 overall and 4-0 in conference.
Sweeney added three goals and an assist, while Brennan Sweeney, Harry Dyson, A.J. , Brendan Hicks and Daniel Baldwin also tallied goals.
Josh Bentley also finished with three assists, while Brennan Sweeney added two aspulled away from a 5-3 halftime lead.
Goalie Alex Justice finished with 10 saves.
Davehad three goals, while had a goal and assist for South Lyon (5-3, 1-2).
“I was shocked at how well we played,”coach Greg Durham said. “It was closer than we wanted. But we were able to get separated and we really played well the second half. Won won face-offs and ground balls. Defensively, wright was all over the field and picked up six ground balls. It was a good win for us.”
NOVI 10, SALEM 5: Anthonyscored three goals and Michael added a pair Monday as the Wildcats (7-2, 4-0) stayed atop the Conference with a victory over the host Rocks (4-5, 0-4) at Centennial Educational Park.
J.T. Lyon, Ian Patterson, Ryan Moore, Griffinand Nathan Tu also added goals for , which led 6-1 at intermission.
goalies Dan (first half) and Peter Minor (second half) combined for 11 saves.
“It was a good team effort tonight,”coach Eric Hoffman said. “Everyone played and had an impact on the game. The defense again played strong shutting down their top players and Joey to a goal apiece.”
NORTHVILLE 10, CLARKSTON 9 (OT): Paultallied the game-winning goal in overtime Saturday as the host Mustangs (6-3) edged the Wolves (2-4) in a non-league match played at Tom Field.
Senior Alecfinished with a team-high six goals, while and Harry Dyson added two apiece for the Mustangs, who captured their fourth straight.
Brennan Sweeney, who assisted on the game-winner, contributed a goal and two assists. Josh Bentley,Sweeney and also drew assists.
Cole Philips and Austintallied three goals apiece for the Wolves.
DETROIT CC 14, ST. ANDREW’S 9: Rocconotched four goals, while Crawford contributed a hat trick Saturday as Detroit Catholic Central (7-3) down host St. Andrew College (5-4) in a non-league match in Aurora, Ontario.
The Shamrocks used three different goalies – Hunter, Mickey Williams and Jonathon Phillips – in the victory.
NOVI 10, HOWELL 9: On Friday, the Wildcats (6-2) got the game-winning goal from Lukewith only 33 seconds left off an assist from teammate Ryan Moore to beat the visiting Highlanders (4-4).
“We ran a normal set play and we ran it to perfection,”coach Eric Hoffman said.
Senior Michaelpaced the Wildcats’ offensive attack with four goals, while Griffin and added two each. Tyler Graver and Moore added one each as overcame a 9-6 fourth-quarter deficit.
“Our defense as a whole played really well,” said Hoffman, who also singled out the efforts of Tommy, Jimmy Hole and Nick . “If we can continue to keep teams under 10 goals like we’ve been doing, we’re going to have a great chance to win just about every time.”
ST. MICHAEL’S 11, DETROIT CC 8: On Friday,Crawford scored three goals, but it wasn’t enough as Detroit Catholic Central (6-3) had its six-match winning streak snapped by host St. (12-1) in a match played in downtown Toronto, Ontario.
Nickalso added two goals for the Shamrocks, who were tied 6-all at intermission.
Senior Mickey Williams went all the way in goal for CC.
NORTHVILLE 13, W.L. WESTERN 7: It wasn’t a thing of beauty as far as Greg Durham was concerned, but thecoach came away satisfied with the outcome April 15 as the Mustangs (5-3, 3-0) notched their third straight victory with a win against Walled Lake Western (4-2, 0-1) at Field.
The Mustangs got two goals and two assists from Josh Bentley, while other offensive standouts included Brennan Sweeney (two goals, one assist); Alec(two goals), Sweeney (two goals), A.J. (two goals), Harry Dyson and Anthony (one goal each).
“We did not play our best and came out a little flat,” said Durham, whose team led 5-2 at halftime. “We were not too good on ground balls, but we prevailed and it’s win.”
David, who went 9-for-9 on face-offs, teamed up with Nate Holloway and Spencer to dominate the draws they combined for 21-3 advantage.
Goalie Alex Justice made eight saves in the victory.
C.J.tallied three goals and two assists, while Murphy added a hat trick and one assist for the Warriors.
NOVI 8, SOUTH LYON 6: Anthonyand Ryan Moore each scored twice leading the Wildcats (5-2, 3-0) to a KLAA Conference win April 15 at home over South Lyon Unified (5-2, 2-1).
Other goal scorers for, who tallied all eight of their goals in the second half, included J.T. Lyon, Michael , Griffin and Patrick .
“We were down 3-0 at halftime, but we were still in it because of our defense,”coach Eric Hoffman said. “Our goalie Dan well and our defense as a whole played well, guys like Tommy , Jimmy Hole and Nick , along with our long sticks Quinn and . When we play good lacrosse, we’re tough to beat.”
Davidtallied three goals for South Lyon.
DETROIT CC 7, U-D JESUIT 4: Coletallied a pair of goals Wednesday as Detroit Catholic Central (6-2, 3-0) captured its sixth straight with a Catholic League Division 1 victory at University of Detroit Jesuit (4-5, 2-2).
Other CC goal scorers included Justin Baker, Collinand Joe Sullivan.
Hunterwent the distance in goal, while Alex went 13-of-15 on face offs.
“There were 19 combined penalties, so it was difficult for either team to get some flow,” CC coach Dave Wilson said.