TO THE SENIORS ON THE WILDCATS' VARSITY LACROSSE TEAM, WE WISH YOU ALL OF THE BEST IN YOUR FUTURE ENDEAVORS.
THE LACROSSE TEAM TRAVELED TO MEDINA TODAY AND LOST A TOUGH, HARD-FOUGHT BATTLE TO THE BEES, 11-9, IN THE THIRD ROUND OF THE OHSLA PLAYOFFS. THE 'CATS FINISHED THEIR SEASON AT 7-12.
IN A NOTE OF INTEREST, JUNIOR MATT KOVESDY TIED A SCHOOL SINGLE-GAME RECORD IN LACROSSE BY TOTALING SIX ASSISTS DURING FRIDAY NIGHT'S 10-4, PLAYOFF VICTORY AT ST. EDWARD. MATT'S EFFORT EQUALED THE MARK SET IN 2005 BY BRAD SIENIAWSKI VERSUS HAWKEN SCHOOL.
SAINT IGNATIUS-WESTLAKE LACROSSE.
FOR DAVID JOSEPH AND THE 'CATS, EIGHT IS MORE THAN ENOUGH!
POSTED ON 3/25/11.
Senior David Joseph, better known to many Saint Ignatius fans as a standout wide receiver/kick returner in football, scored a school-best eight goals on Friday night in leading the Wildcats' lacrosse team to a 15-1 victory over Westlake on Wasmer Field.
Mike Watts '11 of the Saint Ignatius Sports Information Department said the 'Cats' previous single-game mark in lacrosse was a seven-goal effort by Kevin Clark against Hawken School in 2005.
Joseph is off to a quick start this spring, as his hat trick on Wednesday helped Saint Ignatius to a 10-2 triumph over Toledo St. Francis DeSales on Wasmer Field. The 'Cats are 2-0 on the young season.
Congratulations to David, an athlete who knows no other way to play but to leave it all on the field.