Dryden Lacrosse

Gavin Marsh (17) and Jake Lewis (22) during an early game at TC3 in April.

The Dryden boys lacrosse team built off a solid first quarter to defeat Elmira Notre Dame, 17-9, on the road Tuesday night. 

Six Lions scored in the well-rounded offensive showing to put the team at 3-2 overall, including 1-0 in divisional play. They held a 7-4 lead through one and a 11-6 lead at half, ending the contest with the lead in shots (40-23), ground balls (55-31) and face-offs (22-7).

Jake Lewis and Elim Schenk each scored four goals and two assists. Gavin Marsh scored five goals with one assist. Alec Ortiz added two goals and Colyn Ashley had a goal. 

Bryan Ianello had seven saves in goal. 

Elmira Notre Dame was led by Jack Chapman, who had five goals and two assists; Caleb Colucci, who had two goals; and Nick Vicelli and Jake Parker, who had one goal each. Wichtouwcki had 10 saves in goal. 


Four pitchers took to the mound for Dryden Tuesday night with none able to "snap their funk," head coach Ed Dow wrote in an email, leading to a 20-12 defeat by the Southern Cayuga Chiefs. 

The Lions walked 17 batters and hit three others. 

"Offensively we are scoring enough to win games," Dow said, "but we have been on our heals defensively because our pitchers have struggled in the first three games.

"We have talent on the mound and I believe in them. Our pitchers just need to believe they can get the job done too."

Junior Grace DePaull went 2-for-5 with two RBIs and senior Lindsey Goodenough went 3-for-5 with three RBIs. Both of them had two doubles each. 

Kerri Calkins added two hits as did freshman Ashley Thorington as the Lions banged out a total of 12 total hits to score their 12 runs.

Dryden travels to rival Lansing on Wednesday.


Scores submitted by IAC coordinator: 

Waverly 17, Candor 5

Moravia 25, Marathon 3

Groton 11, Whitney Point 7

Wheeling Central WV 1, Notre Dame 0

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