(April 12, 2013) Despite a less than stellar start, the Stephen Decatur boys’ lacrosse team shut out the Wi-Hi Indians 16-0 on Monday in Salisbury.
“Once again we got off to a slow start, but we ended up finishing well,” said Seahawks Coach Scott Lathroum. “On offense, we were dropping the ball and we kept turning it over, but our defense was really good all day. In the second quarter, our ball controlled was much better and it was even better in the third and fourth quarters.”
Senior captain Andrew Ternahan led Decatur with three goals and three assists. Sophomore Shane Moore netted three and senior Henry Hastings contributed with two goals and two assists. Corey Gwin, a sophomore, chipped in with two goals and an assist.
Sophomores Jake Lathroum, Jackson Mumford and Craig Snyder and seniors Mick Taylor and Riley McCabe each scored once.
Decatur senior captain Brooks Gilbert played in goal in the first half and he was never challenged. Sophomore Will Hastings took over in the second half and stopped one shot.