Eighth-ranked Peninsula rallied from a four-goal deficit after three quarters to tie Saturday’s game against visiting No. 2 Harvard Westlake at 10-10 with less than five minutes to play, but the Wolverines never gave up the lead and went on to win 13-10.
Senior attack Koby Tseng led the Panthers (6-2) with five goals, and senior Kurt Landon and Junior Kyle Beachboard each scored twice. Senior Jacob Hack added one goal for Peninsula. Junior LSM/D Scott Phillips snatched nine ground balls, for the Panthers, and senior goaltender Connor Graves had 7 saves.
Harvard Westlake (6-2) bounced back from Thursday’s 14-2 loss at No. 4 Palos Verdes. The Wolverins scored in double digits for the first time in five games and only the third time all season.
Information provided by Peninsula Lacrosse.