, Newburyport, MA


May 21, 2013

Port lacrosse streaking despite injuries


“(Kelleher) and (Shay) are feeding me, I’m feeding them,” said Federico. “We are just keeping the ball moving and everyone gets goals.”

Paul Dacy drew the Vikes a little closer at the start of the third quarter, and things settled into a back-and-forth rhythm until Federico dumped it in dead center past Smith at the 4:29 mark, followed less than a minute later with another by Barraclough past Smith’s left side.

Will Fogel pulled off a vicious midfield steal for the Clippers with a minute and a half to go in the third quarter, and buried up high to give the Clippers the 10-4 lead.

Dacy cut the Port lead in half next before Federico had his fourth goal of the day, then Dacy had his third goal with a little over four minutes left to play.

Senior Nick Mombello scored Port’s 12th goal of the day to send Port home on a high note.

“We’re really making it a team offense as opposed to an individual,” said Francis. “If we can continue to keep moving the ball, keeping it a dynamic motion offense, we’ll be in good shape.”

“We want to keep the momentum going,” added Federico.

Triton coach Sean Parsons did not make himself available for comment.

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