St. Mary's upsets Broadneck, 9-5 Boys lacrosse

April 09, 1993|By Lem Satterfield | Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer

A St. Mary's squad hit hard by graduation had been the surprise of the season entering last night's game against No. 4 Broadneck at the Al Laramore Lacrosse Classic in Annapolis.

Ranked No. 12 in the preseason, the Saints had started impressively. Their victories included games against fifth-ranked Boys' Latin, 10th-ranked Calvert Hall and 12th-ranked Mount St. Joseph.

Add the defending 4A-3A champion Bruins (2-1) to that impressive list of victims after they lost, 9-5, to the sixth-ranked Saints (6-0), who outscored Broadneck 3-0 in the second period to break a 2-2 first-period tie.

In the other game of the event, which continues tomorrow and pits Anne Arundel County's best private schools against Broadneck and No. 13 Annapolis (3-2), Severn (3-3) outscored the Panthers 8-0 in the third period en route to winning, 14-4.

The Admirals' Todd Winchester (four goals, one assist) led all scorers, followed by Joe Feldman (two goals, two assists), Dudley Dixson (three goals), Rob Broseker (two goals, one assist), and Ryan Beard, Matt Greer and Jason Scott with a goal each.

Severn earlier had lost, 21-3, to top-ranked St. Paul's, and, 18-4, to No. 2 Gilman. Annapolis was upset, 7-6, in triple overtime by Queen Anne's.

Eight different players contributed for St. Mary's: Matt Clune (two goals, two assists); Kevin Reichardt and Todd Vizcarrondo (two goals each); Dan Collins (three assists); Dominic Souza, Greg Calabrese and Myles Conway (one goal each); and Gerry Case (one assist).

"This year, we've had a lot of guys just step up who didn't last year," Reichardt said. "We've played really well in the midfield, and our young attack has just risen to the occasion every game."

Clune, a junior, said: "We've been really hustling for ground balls and playing with a lot of confidence. But we've got a lot of tough games ahead and we know we have to keep this in perspective."

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