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Impact of faceoff specialists felt throughout the game.

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed May 03, 2017 6:00 am

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Impact of faceoff specialists felt throughout the game.

...A game the Tigers otherwise thought would be chalked up to a “learning experience,” “team growth” or any of the other dozens of buzzwords high school coaches like to toss around in the face of defeat, instead becomes another prime example of one inalienable truth of lacrosse.

Faceoffs are supremely important.

“When you have good, quick kids that can consistently win the ball, win you possessions, you can slow the game down or the push the pace to whatever your team’s tendencies are,” Gardiner head coach K.C. Johnson said.

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