Nets Seven to Lead Woodbridge Over Sage Hill

Junior attack scored seven goals to help Woodbridge to a 14-5 over Sage Hill on Monday. Following a low scoring first quarter in which the Warriors established a 3-2 lead, the Woodbridge defense clamped down in the second quarter while the offense came alive, giving the Warriors a 9-4 lead at halftime. After halftime the Warriors dominated with strong performances from Johnson, junior Middie (3 goals, 2 assists) and senior middie Drew Philips (1 goal, 2 assists). Senior (1 goal), Sophomore Max Emigh (1 goal, 1 assist) and sophomore (1 goal) rounded out the scoring ending the game with a 14-5 victory. Sophomore goalie had 12 saves for the Warriors. 

Next up: The Warriors (2-2; 1-0) play at Beckman High School (3-2; 1-0) on Wednesday. Sage Hill (0-5; 0-5) plays Northwood (3-5; 1-0) on Wednesday

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Junior attack scored seven goals to help Woodbridge to a 14-5 over Sage Hill on Monday. Following a low scoring first quarter in which the Warriors established a 3-2 lead, the Woodbridge defense clamped down in the second quarter while the offense came alive, giving the Warriors a 9-4 lead at halftime. After halftime the Warriors dominated with strong performances from Johnson, junior Middie (3 goals, 2 assists) and senior middie Drew Philips (1 goal, 2 assists). Senior (1 goal), Sophomore Max Emigh (1 goal, 1 assist) and sophomore (1 goal) rounded out the scoring ending the game with a 14-5 victory. Sophomore goalie had 12 saves for the Warriors. 

Next up: The Warriors (2-2; 1-0) play at Beckman High School (3-2; 1-0) on Wednesday. Sage Hill (0-5; 0-5) plays Northwood (3-5; 1-0) on Wednesday