Aliso Niguel opened their season on the road with new head coach Adam Marshall making his California high school lacrosse debut. The trip to Esperanza proved rewarding as the Wolverines had eight different players register points in a 17-3 victory.
The Wolverines opened the scoring with three straight goals before Esperanza could get on the board. Aliso then stretched its lead to 8 to 1 at the end of the first half. The Wolverines continued the offensive onslaught into the second half, capitalizing 9 times on opportunities created by excellent ball movement and an active defense.
Aliso (1-0) will take on Woodbridge at home on Friday, 3/4 while Esperanza (0-1) will host Beckman on Thursday, 3/3.