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Video: Corona del Mar rides big second quarter to OC title

3 - Published May 10, 2012 by in

A handful of local papers wrapped up Corona del Mar’s victory over San Clemente for the Orange County title, and The Lacrosse Network provided live streamed coverage, as well.  From the sound of things, the Sea Kings used a balanced offensive attack to maintain possession spread their scoring around, while San Clemente was unable to capitalize on a handful of man-up opportunities in the second half.

Hunter Molnar

Senior attack Hunter Molnar got the scoring started for Corona del Mar with a dodge from X.

The video is below, but first some news and notes from the game:

  • Corona del Mar was making its third trip to the Orange County finals and finally came out a winner, breaking Foothill’s stranglehold on the title.  “It feels great,” CdM coach G.W. Mix told OCVarsity.com. “It’s such a great group of kids, and to see them play that hard for one another and play with that much faith in each other was pretty special.”
  • CdM goalie Michael Ortlieb, a senior bound for Holy Cross next year, made nine saves, according to The Daily Pilot. Midfielder Michael Keasy, headed to Yale in the fall, scored twice for the Sea Kings, and Hunter Molnar had three goals. Brett Nelson, Chris Von Der Ahe, Connor Canale and Jack Ortlieb also scored for CdM.
  • San Clemente managed to stay close early but couldn’t overcome a five-goal run by the Sea Kings that led to a 7-3 halftime margin. “(We responded) very, very well,” San Clemente coach Glen Miles told the San Clemente Times. “We brought it back to 2-2, so we responded right back.”

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3 Responses to Video: Corona del Mar rides big second quarter to OC title

  1. HerbFM.com March 5, 2013 at 6:54 pm #

    We would like to broadcast your games this season on @HerbFM.com please email me herbfmradio@gmail.com 

  2. RodneyPScott March 9, 2013 at 12:00 am #

    I am a former 10 bear. i graduated 1980 and anchored the defense. I played with Donnie Brown, Gene White, Louie Carter, Cedric White and Coach Sheldon Freed. they Called me “Bucknell”  due to the one year i spent there.
    This is important, and we need to rally the old Lacrosse heads to help make this work.

    Morgan L:acrosse for ever….

  3. VerinaMathisCrawford March 13, 2013 at 9:36 am #

    I support growing the game across all HBCUs–we need to instill the long-term benefits of learning and playing this game–that will always been known as “The Creator’s Game”!!    Best Wishes for Continued Success–Verina Mathis-Crawford

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