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Longmeadow dominates St. John's in LAX state semi-finals

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

St. John's High School goalkeeper Andrew Arnold (#30, left) collides with Longmeadow High School defender Nicholas Crews (#25, right).

St. John's High School goalkeeper Andrew Arnold (#30, left) collides with Longmeadow High School defender Nicholas Crews (#25, right).

Worcester – The St. John's High School Pioneers hosted the Longmeadow High School Lancers for the Massachusetts Boys’ Lacrosse Division 2 state semi-finals June 12 at Commerce Field at General Foley Stadium in Worcester.

The Pioneers won the Central Massachusetts title while the Lancers won the Western Massachusetts title and were undefeated.

Longmeadow's Matthew Demarche scored first while the Pioneers’ Joshua Freilich tallied first for his team. The Lancers then scored repeatedly so that the first-half score was 8-3 in the Lancers’ favor.

In the second half, Longmeadow continued their domination and defeated St. John's by a score of 16-6.

Photos/Chris Wraight

St. John's High School's Joshua Freilich (#23, left) makes his way downfield against the defense of Longmeadow High School's Matthew Demarche (#15, right)

St. John's High School's Joshua Freilich (#23, left) makes his way downfield against the defense of Longmeadow High School's Matthew Demarche (#15, right).

 

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