Southern Boys Lacrosse Upset by St. Rose in Shore Conference Tournament Action


STAFFORD - The Shore Conference' Tournament's third seed Southern Regional Rams hosted St. Rose, the fourteen seed on Saturday afternoon at Southern.  

The Rams were shocked by St. Rose in this contest losing 8-7 to the Purple Roses.

This was the biggest upset in the 13-year history of the boys lacrosse Shore Conference Tournament.  St. Rose scored it's biggest victory in their program history by defeated the Rams. 

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Senior Chris Bormida scored four goals and goalie Robbie Brugnoli had 25 saves against Southern's high-scoring offense. Griffin McDermott added a hat trick and Shane Reilly scored once.  St. Rose will take on sixth-seeded St. John Vianney in the quarterfinals on Tuesday.

Southern entered the game on a 10-game winning streak and had reached the SCT semifinals in four consecutive seasons, including winning the SCT title in 2015 and reaching the final in 2013 and 2014.

Kyle Mulrane led Southern with three goals and two assists and senior goalie Tristan Farina made eight saves. Will Johnson, Nick Fontana and Ryan McWhorter each had one goal and one assist. Dylan Smith scored once.


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