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The Mater Dei boys lacrosse improved to 13-1 on the season after soundly defeating JSerra boys lacrosse team 23-0 on Wednesday evening.

Twelve players scored for the Monarchs in a game that saw plenty of playing time for their full roster.  The scoring attack was led by senior Kyle Waterman’s 4 goals, which came on his perfect 4 for 4 shooting night.  Mater Dei also got 3 goals from Cole Crisostomo (Soph.); and 2 goals each from: Nate Chu (Soph.), Triston Jewell (Soph.), Sean Sanchez (Fr.) and Conner Dettloff (Jr.).  Also chipping in with a goal apiece were: Rowan Piani (Jr.), Samari Staten (Jr.), Evan Curry (Soph.), Lucas de la Paz (Soph)., Ryan Stiller (Soph.) and McClaine Cantrell (Fr.).  Sanchez also led the team with 3 assists.

Mater Dei continued their season dominance at the face off position, with de la Paz winning 13 of 14 and boosting his season average of 80%, while Cantrell nabbed a perfect 12 for 12 of his face offs – a great start to his Mater Dei career for the Freshman.  The Monarch offense dominated the game and made for a quiet day for the defense, enabling goalie Nick Colignon (Jr.) to post his second consecutive shutout.

The 13-1 Monarchs’ next match up is May 12th vs. Servite at Mater Dei.