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Gameday Central | Tiger Lacrosse vs. Paul Laurence Dunbar (Lexington)

Blake Roshkowski | Photo by Varsity Views

GAMEDAY INFORMATION

Saint Xavier Tigers (3-0) vs. Paul Laurence Dunbar Bulldogs (2-3)

Wednesday, March 15th

Varsity Game — 7:00 PM

JV Game — 6:00 PM

Saint Xavier High School

Louisville, KY

GAME NOTES

Tiger Lacrosse has started its 2017 season off very strongly. They have jumped out to a 3-0 start with wins over three very talented out-of-state opponents (Father Ryan, Montgomery Bell Academy, Cathedral). Coach Howe and co. will look to ride this momentum against their first in-state opponent.

St. X has shown off a prolific offense in the early parts of this season. Players such as
Cole Stumler, Jake Zickel, and Patrick Anderson have led the Tigers high-powered offense so far this year.

The defense has also shown its enormous value already this year. Senior Hudson Hill has established a strong identity as the team’s goalkeeper. Hill and the rest of the defense will look to produce another great performance on that end of the field against Dunbar.

Get out to the game and cheer on Tiger Lacrosse in their quest for another State Title!

GAME COVERAGE

Twitter: @WSTXSports

Gameday Central | Regional Quarterfinals vs. Trinity

 

GAMEDAY INFORMATION

Saint Xavier Tigers (19-11) vs. Trinity Shamrocks (28-3)

Tuesday, February 28

Varsity Game — 7:00 PM

Trinity High School

Louisville, KY

GAME NOTES

Tiger Basketball will look to get back on track following a hardfought loss to Male in last Thursday’s 26th District Championship. The Tigers trailed by 10 with less than two minutes left in the game, but they managed to come back and miraculously force overtime after Jack Koch hit a three to tie it up at the buzzer. They would eventually 67-63.

This will be St. X’s third battle against the Shamrocks this season. The two rivals previously met on January 6 and January 11.┬áTrinity claimed the first two victories but Coach Klein’s squad firmly believes the third time’s the charm.

Last time the Tigers played at Trinity was in 1998 in the 7th Region Tournament and the Tigers defeated the Shamrocks, so watch for history to repeat itself.

The Tigers Have become very confident in their defense down the stretch this season. They will look to stifle Trinity’s offense with a strong, gritty performance on that end of the floor.

Come out and support your Tigers as they look to make another deep run in the 7th Region Tournament on their road to Rupp! Get out to Trinity and cheer on your Tigers!

COVERAGE

Twitter: @WSTXSports