Matt Rambo proved yet again that he’s the best lacrosse player in the world by scoring the OT game winner for the Whipsnakes against the Atlas on Friday night. We also got to see the debut of Jeff Teat, the Cornell attackman that lost two college lacrosse seasons to covid stepped onto a lacrosse field for the first time in 400+ days and he ended up with 2 assists.
Rambo finished the day with 3 goals and 2 assists in the victory and teammate Jay Carlson came up with a game saving takeaway on a clear in OT that resulted in the Rambo game winner. Carlson also put up 2 goals.
It was Mac O’Keefe sniping a two-pointer from the top middle of the field which ended up being the game winner for the Chaos over the Redwoods. O’Keefe finished the game with 3 points off 2 goals (including that game winning two-pointer). Jake Froccaro paced the Chaos with 4 assists.
Grant Ament and the Archers walked to victory on Saturday night thanks to Ament’s 1 goal and 5 helpers mixed with the Waterdogs playing like trash. Will Manny put up 3 goals and 2 assists for the Archers and Marcus Holman and Tom Schreiber each put up 4 points in the win.