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KENT — A cold and windy Saturday afternoon, April 6, saw visiting Albany Academy soundly defeat the Marvelwood School lacrosse team, 11-2. 

Albany Academy traveled to Kent for a chilly afternoon lacrosse match against Marvelwood School April 6. Photo by Lans Christensen

Albany, a much larger school, brought their junior varsity team in compliance with the standards of competitive equality. The Marvelwood Pterodactyl lacrosse team is co-ed, including both male and female athletes. 

The match felt relatively lop-sided from the beginning. Albany scored quickly in the first quarter and piled on the goals. Marvelwood’s Eli Jamieson was the sole Pterodactyl to find the opponent’s net, resulting in a 7-1 score at halftime.

Superior passing, ball control and shot selection kept Albany in the lead with Marvelwood unable to maintain possession. Jamieson scored again, but Albany stayed in complete control and went home with a victory.

Story courtesy of the Lakeville Journal.

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