Bayhawks tonight

Pro Lacrosse

July 31, 2004|By Kent Baker

Matchup: Philadelphia (4-5) at Bayhawks (5-4)

Site: Johnny Unitas Stadium at Towson University

Time: 7

Radio/TV: WJFK (1300 AM) live; WMAR-TV (Ch. 2), tape delay at 11:35 p.m.

Outlook: The Bayhawks again strive to break their winless ways at home and welcome back Barrage goalie Greg Cattrano in this game with playoff ramifications. Philadelphia has won two straight for the first time in franchise history, having pummeled Boston, 29-20, last week, to set a team record for most points in a game. Cattrano, traded by the Bayhawks for the first pick in the draft during the offseason, is allowing 16.64 goals a game and has stopped only 53.4 percent of opposing shots. The Barrage's big offensive threats are A Blake Miller (33 goals, 9 assists) and rookie Ryan Boyle (Gilman), who has nine goals and 21 assists in five games since being drafted out of Princeton. Mark Millon remains second in the league with 43 points, including four two point goals, and Bayhawk player-coach Gary Gait has added 24 goals and 12 assists.

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