Soddy Daisy Lacrosse Wins 8th Straight

Saturday, April 14, 2018

The Soddy Daisy boy’s high school lacrosse team extended its winning streak to eight games with a 11-5 victory against Cookeville on Friday evening.

The Trojans are ranked No. 1 in TSLA Club Division 2 in Tennessee.

The No. 1 Trojans (8-0) went into halftime ahead 5-2 against the Cavaliers (1-5) and a solid second half allowed the hosts to see out the victory and remain undefeated.

Sophomore attacker Ethan Hyde had a team-high four goals. Eight different players scored for the Trojans.

In goal, senior keeper Justin Kaulfuss made 7 saves and earned the win. AJ Rogers won 9 of 13 faceoff attempts and Ben Jenkins collected 8 ground balls.

The Trojans host Dalton next Wednesday in Soddy Daisy.



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