Laguna went 1-3 to finish 15th at the North-South Challenge in Atherton last weekend won by Mater Dei.
Fri Oct 23 Sacred Heart Prep 8, Laguna 6
Breakers held an early 2-1 advantage but the host Gators used a penalty shot and a power play on their way to a 4-2 halftime lead. In the second half, Camden Benson scored at the 5:52 mark to cut the lead to one but Laguna could get no closer. Breakers were one for three on power play opportunities while Sacred Heart was four for six. Both teams converted on their five-meter penalty shots. Breakers shot 38 times with the Sacred Heart goalie recorded 22 saves.
Fri Oct 23 Davis 10, Laguna [email protected] Sacred Heart Prep
Friday night’s second game was over early as Davis led 3-0 after just over two minutes into the contest. Down 6-0, Jakob Colliday finally got Laguna on the scoreboard in the second period.
Breakers were six for 29 on shots with Davis recording 11 saves.
Sat Oct 24 St Francis (Mt View) 7, Laguna 6 @ Spieker Pool, Atherton
Lancers scored with 44 seconds remaining on a five meter penalty shot to lift St Francis past Laguna. Breakers were down most of the contest and finally tied the game early in the fourth period as Sebastian Jacobs scored on a power play opportunity. The game looked like an overtime contest until the Breakers were called for a five-meter penalty in the final minute of play. For the contest, Judge Washer led all Laguna players with three goals.
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