Boys JV lacrosse rolls over Hudsonville 19-1

Boys JV lacrosse rolls over Hudsonville 19-1

On Tuesday, the boys JV lacrosse team outscored the Hudsonville Eagles 19-1 with its constant pressure on the offensive end.

The first half started out just like the Rangers had planned. Freshman John Tomsheck ran down the field and took an open look to bury the ball in the net, starting the Rangers off with a one-goal lead. John was a huge factor in this game, as he has been all season. After a few more goals, the Eagles ran through the opposing offense and scored their first and only goal of the night. Even though the Rangers were up by a lot, they didn’t stop their offensive pressure. They ended the first half up 10-1 and would raise that lead by 9 more in the second.

The FHC offense was running this game from the start, but the help from the tightly packed defense helped greatly. Freshmen goalie Charley Mehney and d-pole Lucas Jeffreys were leading the defense and were clear factors for the team’s win.

The second half was more of the same, as the Rangers kept scoring more highlight goals. Whether it was a straight shot upfield or a pass to the crease, the team managed to score over and over again. The game was capped off with back-to-back goals until the guys held the ball at the end to finish the game 19-1.

This was a big win for the Rangers, as they continue to be the most dominant team in the area. Their record is now 7-1 and 2-0 in the conference. Their next game is at Cranbrook on Saturday, April 27.