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Beline Obeid

April 10, 2014
The Grosse Pointe North boys' lacrosse team won its third game in a row last week, beating L'Anse Creuse 10-8 on a cold, rainy evening.

"We did a lot of nice things tonight, including playing well on ground balls and working the offense to get a lot of shots on net," head coach Mark Seppala said. "We need to work on a few things, including defense, but overall this was a nice win for us as we get ready for a very tough week."

The host Norsemen were a step slow out of the gate as the Lancers built a 4-1 lead.

North's Brendan Bresser scored twice in the Norsemen's division win over L'Anse Creuse. photo by Bob Bruce.

Max Yoshida scored the Norsemen's lone goal.

The home team turned around the momentum in the second quarter and outscored its guest 3-1 to head into the intermission with a 5-4 deficit.

Richie Filippelli, Mitchell Stapleton and Brendan Bresser scored to tie the game at 4, but the Lancers took the lead, scoring a goal with only 3.2 seconds remaining.

L'Anse Creuse head coach Don Roda and his Lancers scored early in the third quarter to take a 6-4 lead, but the Norsemen tallied the next two goals when Chene Frontiera and Yoshida scored.

The Lancers once again scored the final goal of the period to take a 7-6 lead heading into the final period. The goal came in the final seconds. It was all Norsemen in the fourth quarter as Yoshida scored at the 9:18 mark to tie it 7-7 and Bresser tallied at the 8:35 mark to give the home team an 8-7 advantage.

Frontiera scored the Norsemen's final two goals to help them win the Macomb Area Conference Red Division contest.

Grosse Pointe North improved to 2-0 in the MAC Red Division and 3-1 overall.

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