Boys Lacrosse: Bernards Crushes Warren Hills, 17-2


BERNARDSVILLE, NJ - The Bernards boys lacrosse team took command early and never looked back en route to a 17-2 victory over Warren Hills on Saturday.

Chris Paciej finished with five goals and two assists for the Mountineers (2-0), who built a 12-1 lead by halftime. Ethan Caldwell scored four goals and passed for two assists and Mike Parisi also netted four goals.

Jack Warren scored three goals and Dan McMenimen scored once for Bernards, which got two assists from Curt Gouldin and one from Spencer Lyons.


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