After a slow start to its season, the Lee boys’ lacrosse team needed a boost. With a quick start and a dominant performance in the back, the Wildcats got just that.
The Wildcats beat the Chicopee Pacers Friday afternoon, buoyed by a stellar fourth quarter from goalie Theo Weidinger, who finished the day with 16 saves, nine coming in the final frame.
In each of their games this season, the Wildcats had not been strong out of the gate. Falling behind and having to play from a disadvantage, coach Mike Bakaletz turned the team’s attention to starting stronger and trying to play from a position of power.
“We were really trying to focus on coming out hot,” Snyder said. “That was a point of focus in practice this week to really step up in the first quarter.”
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