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Ravenscroft School
Ravenscroft School
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Ravenscroft School
Ravenscroft School
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North Raleigh Christian Academy
North Raleigh Christian Academy
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Wesleyen Christian Academy
John A. Murray Field
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The Epiphany School
John A. Murray Field
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Steve Barnes

The varsity boys lacrosse season ended with an 8-4 loss to top-seeded SouthLake Christian Academy Tuesday evening in Huntersville, NC. Junior attackman Owen Williams led the scoring with two goals, but was injured early and missed most of the contest. Senior Hudson Taylor had a goal and an assist and freshman Matt Messenger also scored. “I’m very proud of how much this team has grown and how hard they worked to make the playoffs,” said coach Doug Hink, whose team finished 9-5. “Troy (Exum) did a great job again in goal against a high-scoring team on their home turf. The defense played well also and we have a good group of freshmen coming. Good times are ahead for St. David’s lacrosse.”

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Varsity LAX Advances
Steve Barnes

The boys varsity lacrosse Warriors advanced in the state tournament with a 7-4 win over the Asheville School Saturday afternoon in Asheville. The fifth seeded Warriors will travel to Huntersville, NC Tuesday to face top-seeded SouthLake Christian Academy (!1-4), who blew out Davidson Day School, 19-3, in the first round. St. David’s struck quickly Saturday with three goals in the first minute and then added two more for a 5-0 lead after the first quarter. “We had a little extra to prove because we thought this game should have been at our place,” said coach Doug Hink. “Our strong start made the difference and we did a great job of holding them off. Troy Exum was excellent in goal again and our defense wore them down and let our offense go to work. It was a great team win and we are glad to extend the season.” Owen Williams led the scoring with three goals and an assist. Hudson Taylor had a goal and an assist. Freshman Truman Southern scored his first varsity goal and Julian Cave also found the net.  

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Tournament Starts Saturday
Steve Barnes

The varsity boys lacrosse season continues as the fifth seed in the 2A state tournament. The Warriors, 8-5, ended the regular season with an 11-2 loss at Ravenscroft Tuesday.  They will travel to meet the Asheville School (7-4) Saturday at 2:30 in a rematch of last years first round game. "We lost to them on their field, so it's a chance to even things up," said coach Doug Hink. "We had hoped to host this time, but that's not the case. Good execution on both ends will decide our future." St. David’s played four teams who qualified for post-season play, including a win over 8th seeded Davidson Day School. Ravenscroft and Durham Academy will play in the large school tournament, while Forsyth Country Day is the third seed in the Warriors bracket.

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Warriors Battle Knights
Steve Barnes

The varsity lacrosse Warriors came up short, 7-5, in a hard-fought defensive battle Friday at John A. Murray Field. The Knights scored three straight times in the first quarter to break an early 1-1 tie.  St. David’s cut the deficit to two on four occasions after goals from Owen Williams, but couldn’t come any closer. “We had too many misses against a solid opponent,” said coach Doug Hink. “Our defense and goalie played well, but we couldn’t find the net enough times. We are playing more focused and better together and hopefully that will help us in the post-season.” SDS is 8-4 with one regular season game left. 

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The varsity lacrosse Warriors routed Parrott Academy, 16-4, on Senior Day Thursday at John A. Murray Field. St. David’s jumped out to a 7-0 lead after the first quarter and cruised home from there. Miles Jones scored four goals and added five assists, while Owen Williams, Hudson Taylor and Blake Stanley had three goals each. Julian Cave scored twice and William Sheehan found the net once. “It was good to get everyone involved as we honored Hudson and Walker Taylor on senior night,” said coach Doug Hink, whose team is 8-3. “They’ve given a lot to our program and they are a pleasure to coach. Walker led our defense again and Hudson had a strong offensive game.” St. David’s hosts NRCA Friday at John A. Murray Field.

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