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Bridgewater-Raritan Boys Lacrosse Wins NJSIAA Semifinal Round Against Westfield

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Bridgewater-Raritan High School boys varsity lacrosse team maintained its perfect record Wednesday after defeating Westfield, 9-3, in the NJSIAA North Jersey Group 4 semifinals.

It was the fourth straight year that Bridgewater-Raritan and Westfield had played each other in the state tournament and the third straight time the Panthers had won.

Bridgewater-Raritan's Sean MacKinney came out ahead with three goals, followed by Nick Attanasio with two. Mark Bieda, Jalen Holmes, Ethan Locker and Dan MacKinney had one goal each in the game.

Bridgewater-Raritan will now take on Ridgewood in the finals of the tournament Saturday.

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