Bel Air Lacrosse Defeats Perry Hall

Josh Munley

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On Monday, May 15, the Bel Air Boys’ Lacrosse Team took down Perry Hall at home 14-9, after two previous playoff wins against Dundalk and Kenwood.

The Bobcats welcomed Baltimore County foe Perry Hall into Bobcat Stadium on Monday after beating two other schools from the same county in the previous rounds. Bel Air, having scored 39 combined goals in their past two games, came into this sectional final looking for their offense to continue scoring goals. At the half, the Bobcats were ahead 11-5 with Keegan McHugh having led the scoring of four goals.

The Bobcats fought off a run made by the Gators to remain in front to close out the game, 14-9. The team worked very well with each other defensively and senior goaltender Chris Hagy made a few remarkable saves to keep the Cats in the driver’s seat. The team performed well on both sides of the ball and earned their way into the regional final on Wednesday, May 17.

“Now that we have these first three games out of the way, I’m excited to finally get a chance to win another regional championship.” Hagy explains. “We are all very confident and ready for the challenge. Westminster is a top team and we’ll have to bring our A-game if we want to win.”

Westminster (14-1) is the second seed in the south region. With wins over Mt. St. Joe, Century and Kent Island, the Owls have proven themselves as a top team in the state and will be a massive test for the Bobcats.

Senior Daniel Webber spoke out about his first regional championship with the lacrosse team: “We’ve been working hard all season and we’ve come too far to give up now. This game will be one of the hardest games we have played all season but I’m excited and ready to play.”

The regional final is set for 7:00 p.m. at Westminster High School on Wednesday. Come out and support the team as they look to lift a trophy for the second straight year!

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Bel Air Lacrosse Defeats Perry Hall