Monday, April 11, 2005
By Clark Washington
A total of nine different players were able to find the net in an Olympic Conference National Division boy’s lacrosse game between Paul VI and Camden Catholic. It’s still early in the season to really begin to see which teams from any of the three Olympic Conferences will began to step up and establish themselves as a playoff team. With the Eagles from Paul VI still trying to come away with a win against an established team, Camden Catholic was able to dominate all four quarters. Seven players from the Irish squad scored in this game and Camden Catholic was able to cruise to the 15-4 victory.
The National Division has a bit of experienced teams and as expected St. Augustine and Camden Catholic as the contenders. Seneca has begun to show that they are one of the fairly new teams coming to together to put a few wins to their record. Paul VI fell victim to Seneca last week and were looking to continue their schedule and show signs of putting together a well played game both defensively and on offensive. But the Irish received four goals from Colin Donato and Colin Mahan who outscored the Eagles alone while Shane Wipkey continued three goals. Paul VI would receive two goals apiece from Bryan Torbett and Chris Dowell.