Greenwich High

Another dominant effort leads Greenwich boys lacrosse team past Somers, 12-3

Greenwich senior Quinn Warwick won 18 faceoffs in the team’s road triumph against Somers on May 11, 2022.

Greenwich High School’s boys lacrosse team is indeed, ending its regular season on a winning note.

With two games remaining in the regular season, the Cardinals are riding a six-game winning streak and sport a record of 11-3. Greenwich’s latest win occurred Wednesday night against host Somers (N.Y.) High School, a convincing 12-3 triumph.

Senior attack Bryce Metalios recorded six goals, senior midfielder James Pilc registered three goals and two assists and junior Brian Collins had one goal and three assists to pace the surging Cardinals.

Freshman Mikey Brescia also had one goal and three assists, while senior midfielder Flynn Milledge contributed one goal and one assist in the winning effort.

Senior midfielder Quinn Warwick was outstanding on faceoffs going 18 for 19 on the faceoffs he took, enabling Greenwich to control the ball throughout.

“Warwick dominated the faceoff X and Metalios found gaps in the Somers zone,” Greenwich coach Bobby Lutz said. “Somers is a good team and they are well coached.”

Senior goalie Charlie Zola made eight saves and teammate Kevin Keaveney, also a senior stopped 12 shots for the Cards.

“Charlie Zola had a breakout game, making eight saves and not giving up one goal in settled 6-v-6 defense,” Lutz said. “Overall, it was probably our best game of the season so far, which builds some confidence going into our last two games against Wilton and Darien.”

During its six-game winning streak, Greenwich has scored 92 goals – just over a 15 goals per game average.

Greenwich visits Wilton on Saturday, then hosts Darien on Tuesday.

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