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Late man-up goals help Riverside Military lacrosse team hold off Archer for 10-7 win
Jensen Hess, Sheymus Maloney, Chris Sweetenburg all provide hat tricks for Eagles
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Riverside's Kendall Sims (15) loses control of the ball as he is hit by Archer's Will Branch (11) Thursday during the lacrosse game on Maginnis Field at Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville. - photo by Erin O. Smith
During the first four games of the season, Riverside Military lacrosse coach Alan Tallman had been frustrated with his team’s man-up offense. His irritation even spilled over into the first half of Thursday night’s contest against Archer. After coming away empty-handed in their first man-up situation, the Eagles committed an unforced turnover near the start of their second opportunity that eventually led to a Tigers goal.
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