High School Lax Social Media Round-Up: Coach Garnder Earns 200th Win

Mass HS Lax Roundup

By Mass. High School Lax (@Mass_LaxHS) 

Saturday’s are always busy days in the high school lacrosse world, and below are a few score updates and tweets – consider this your Saturday dose of an ‘in case you missed it!’

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Rivers Athletics tweeted a cool picture of alum Mark Goodrich, who is the head coach of the boy’s lacrosse team at Milton Academy.

Speaking of Rivers, the boy’s lacrosse team defeated Milton Academy, 9-6, while the girl’s varsity team won their game by a score 16-10.

Yesterday, Xaverian Brother head coach Tim Gardner won his 200th game on the sidelines as the Hawks beat Catholic Memorial.

Earlier today, our friend Mike Loveday of Lax Records tweeted the following graphic to congratulate Coach Gardner:

Make sure to read the recap of the Hawks’ initial win of the season, courtesy of our friends over at Suite Sports!

North Reading scored its third-straight win, defeating Nantucket earlier today, 13-8. Below are a few tweets from the Hornets’ Twitter handle following their team’s win.

Minnechaug boy’s varsity lacrosse scored a hard-fought win, defeating Pope Francis, 16-9.

Despite not being in action today, the Dartmouth High School girl’s varsity lacrosse team enjoyed some local New England Division III lacrosse in Bridgewater. Below are a few tweets from coach Chris Tesca.

Noontime Sports The Podcast: Episode 15 (Mike Loveday | Lax Records)

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By NoontimeSports.com (@NoontimeSports) 

Ah, the final podcast of 2016 – it’s time to shed a tear!

Before we close the book on 2016 (from a podcast perspective, to be exact!), Matt Noonan welcomed Mike Loveday, the founder of LaxRecords.com, onto Noontime Sports the Podcast to discuss his love lacrosse and statistics.

Additionally, Noonan and Loveday shared their take on covering the oldest sport in North America – could we see more coverage this upcoming season or in the future? – along with some sports media and social media talk, too.

Make sure to follow Lax Records on Twitter (@LaxRecords) and Facebook. Also, make sure to Mike a follow on Twitter (@McLoveday).