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Week 1 is in the books........

 

CYLAX 3/4 Girls Blue vs East Greenwich

The Cumberland 3/4 blue team opened up the season with an impressive 7-0 win against a strong East Greenwich team. On defense, the Cumberland squad did not allow any shots on goal. While on offense, goals were scored by Brennan Waugh (2), Julia Quick (2), Hayden Stansfield, Brooke Tellier and Lauren Fitzgerald. The Cumberland team fought hard for ground balls and made great passes to help ensure the win. 

 

CYLAX 3/4 Girls White vs Providence

The Cumberland Girls 3-4 White lost to Providence 10-1 on Saturday.  Despite the score, the team competed hard throughout.  Led by a strong midfield performance from Lucy Biggs.  Andrea Urziar, Brynn Neary, and Kyla Murray had strong defensive performance in front of first-time goalie Neala Bentley who stood tall in facing 16 Providence shots. Maggie McDonald scored Cumberland’s lone goal off a great pass from Lola Kaplan. 

 

Girls 5/6 D2 White vs Burrillville

The 5/6 D2 team lost their home opener on Tucker Field to Burrillville by a score of 12 to 3.  Grace Lambert and Abigail Skurka found the back of the net for Cumberland,  Despite the final score, Dylan Stenovitch and Madeleine Estes were great in net for the first time.

 

Girls 5/6 D1 vs Portsmouth

The girls had their first game of the season under the lights at Tucker Field facing a tough opponent in Portsmouth.  The final score was 5-2 with a defeat for CYLAX.  Scoring was provided by Grace Demers and Gwen Ross.  The defense was anchored by Averie Walton, Brennah Abilheira-Cargill, Julia Webster and Meghan Clare.  Chloe Byrda did an exceptional job in net as Goalie.  

 

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Cumberland’s 7/8 D1 team lost a tough battle to Burrillville by a score of 9 to 2. Goalie Katie Barriere kept us in the game with over 15 saves, and our defense led by Katie Mahon and Jenna Hooper was tested early and often but kept the opposing team off the scoring sheet, in the first half, but with a thin bench we were not able to keep the pace up. Scoring was quick for Cumberland coming at 3 minutes into the first half by Taylyn Lajoie, and the second goal coming 4 minutes later from Halle Delmore, Cumberland lost the lead for the rest of the day.  Cumberland hopes to bounce back against East Bay next weekend.


Boys 1/2 Blue vs North Kingstown

The Cumberland Boys 1-2 Blue Team opened their season against a strong North Kingstown team on the road at Wilson Park. Despite their efforts, the team was unable to match the NK offense, falling 4-1. Cumberland’s first of the season was scored by Tommy Herring after some timely assists from Ryan Pfeiffer and Joshua Landry. Excellent defensive performances were made by Aaron Hurder and Pfeiffer. Other offensive contributions were made by Benjamin Wait, Owen Wensus, and Riley Croteau. Now that our first game is behind us, the coaches are expecting continued growth and some great games ahead of this squad.

 

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Boys 3/4 Blue vs NRI

The CYLAX boys woke everyone up with early back to back goals by Cole Sabourin (4G,1A) and Brody Berard (3G,1A). One more CYLAX goal and the 1st ended at 3-0. The D stayed strong and game goalie Shane Mungovan (4 Saves) stayed focused. Taking a 5-1 lead into the half.  The 3rd quarter saw goal for goal team scoring with Brady DiRobbio (1 G) hitting the back of the net and ending the 3rd at 7-3. At the start of the 4th the coaches asked for better defense and support of their goalie and the team responded.  John Slack, Jack Riordan, Adam June, Nick Passanante Danny Peters, and Josh Mahon (1A) were swarming in the defensive zone. Dylan Slack (1G,1A) added a sweet assist and goal in the quarter while Blake Huard (1G) also netted one in the 4th. Ben Choiniere, Timmy Little, Brayden White, James Barrier, Jack Barrier, Colin DiRobbio  all helped SHUT THE DOOR and hold NRI scoreless in the 4th. All the boys kept their sticks and feet busy. Hustling for every loose ball, they earned themselves post shot possession on 4 consecutive offensive series and came out of the pack with possession many times. Very impressive!!!  Final score 10-3.  Nice way to start the season! 

 

Boys 3/4 White vs Barrington

CYLAX 3/4 White team Defeated Barrington 3/4 6-5. Braiden Alleyn was solid in net with 8 saves in his debut game. Max Rusov and Jake Kennedy scored 2 goals each, Dylan Fitzgerald and Mason Titus tallied with one goal each. 

 

Boys 5/6 Blue vs North Kingstown

The D2 boys lost to an experienced North Kingstown team by a score of 15-3.  Sean Taylor scored first for Cumberland with a great pass from Nathan Murray.  Charlie King, playing in his first lacrosse game ever, netted the second goal and Aidan Fitzgerald rounded out the scoring from Cumberland.  Sam Medici played the first half in net while Sean Taylor jumped from offence to defense and played the second half in goal.

 

Boys 5/6 D1 vs South County

The 5/6 boys team lost 13-1 to a tough South County team.  Liam Norton made 8 saves and Colby Enos scored.  The team improved as the game went on.

 

Boys 7/8 D2 vs North Kingstown

Cumberland Boys 7 / 8 opened the season against North Kingstown, Cumberland jumped out to early 1-0 league on a goal by Michael McVeigh.  Cumberland dropped the game to NK but got a solid game from goalie Sean McDonald. Cumberland’s strong defense was led by the play of Jack Acciardo, Caden Castiglia and Owen Patterson.  The attacking offense was led by Ryan Bourke, Chris Bryne and Sam Kucal.

 

Boys 7/8 D1 vs East Greenwich

The boys had their first game of the season against a very strong East Greenwich team.  The boys played hard until the final whistle in an 8-1 loss.  The sole goal was scored by Evan Klowan, assisted by Garrett Clare.  After going down 6-0 in first half, the boys stood tall in the second, led by Aiden McKinnon in goal.  The boys look to build on the experience against IYL next Saturday.


by posted 04/16/2018
CYLAX Scholarship

 

The Board of CYLAX is pleased to announce the creation of two new scholarships for former CYLAX players that are looking to pursue higher education.

 

A $500 scholarship will be awarded to one former girl’s player and one former boy’s player. 

 

Interested students can apply by clicking this link https://goo.gl/forms/i1dTj4NokxF6XuPM2

 


by posted 02/21/2018
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