Lacrosse teams continue to struggle
Published 9:44 am Thursday, April 14, 2022
The Davie lacrosse teams lost to Mt. Tabor and West Forsyth last week.
Bryce Harnsberger (three), Ryan Walton (two) and Ty Carter (two) had multiple goals, but the Davie boys fell 19-12 to visiting Tabor on April 6. Davie got one goal from Kole Bilyeu, Sam Warner, Alex Speckin, Daniel Reichard and Camden Beck. Walton had two assists and Sebastian Bellomo had one.
The Spartans improved to 9-2 overall and 8-2 in the Central Piedmont Conference.
Two days later, West Forsyth got payback for an 8-7 loss to Davie in March, overcoming Walton’s six goals and winning 17-13 in Clemmons.
Speckin and Beck had two goals apiece, while Bilyeu, Carter and Reichard had one. Harnsberger, Speckin and Beck had two assists, and Bilyeu, Carter and Reichard had one.
The Titans evened their overall record at 8-8 and improved to 3-6 in the CPC. The War Eagles’ fourth straight loss dropped them to 5-9, 3-8.
For the season, Walton has 49 goals. Beck (33) and Reichard (21) are next in that category. The assist leaders are Speckin (27), Walton (18) and Reichard (11).
The Davie girls lost 11-7 to Tabor. Ava Rajacich had two goals, while Nicole Korczyk, Steph Bueno, Grace Butler, Kinnah Chamberlain and Reese Tutterow had one.
Butler had two goals in a 15-3 loss to West Forsyth. Korczyk had the other goal.
The War Eagles entered spring break at 2-12, 1-10. Butler has the most goals with 25. Chamberlain and Rajacich have 17 and Korczyk 11.