Mens lacrosse trumps Toronto


The Marauders lacrosse team won with a score of 8-5 over the Toronto Varsity Blues this past weekend at Varsity Centre in Toronto.

The maroon and grey got to a lead early in the first quarter, with three goals within the first ten minutes of play.

Carter Williams scored on a drive, and Kyle Lindsay and Mark Phillips got two other snipes to make the score 3-0.

McMaster had a one-man advantage and took the opportunity to score a goal. They extended the lead up to 4-1 after the first quarter.

The Marauders kept the lead for the remainder of the game, with scores of 6-3 before at half-time and 7-3 at the end of the 3rd quarter.

The maroon and grey managed to extend their lead into the 4th quarter, finishing off the Varsity Blues with a final goal making it 8-5.

The leading scorers for Mac were Williams, who scored three goals and one assist, and Phillips who had three goals.

Lindsay and Adams each had one goal, and Mitch Iszkula had two assists.

Mac goalie Max Yavitt also played exceptionally well, with 18 stops.

Next on schedule for the Marauders is a road trip to London, where they will take on the Western Mustangs.

Photo C/O Fraser Caldwell.


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Author: Laura Sinclair

Laura is the Sil's senior sports editor.