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Israel Lacrosse: Tel Aviv wraps adult Syracuse line-up with wilful 11-2 win

Tel Aviv LC wrapped adult a severe weekend with a wilful win during a LaxAllStars.com North American Invitational during a Onondaga Nation Fieldhouse, only south of Syracuse, New York.

Facing what was arguably one of a top levels of foe to be brought together during an pledge box lacrosse tournament, Tel Aviv softened any game. The Israelis are looking to build knowledge forward of a 2017 European Box Lacrosse Championships, that will be hold in Jul in Finland.

Adam Wolf scored 3 goals and 3 assists to lead Tel Aviv past a LaxAllStars.com House Team, 11-2, to hang adult a Israeli clubs’ weekend in a North American Invitational with a victory. LAS surfaced Tel Aviv on Thursday to open a weekend slate, though a Israelis would not be stopped in a finale, jumping out to a 6-0 lead and cruising to victory. Seth Mahler (two goals, one assist), Danny Bialosky (two goals), Josh Offit (one goal, 3 assists) and Charlie Ross (one goal, dual assists) also had large days for Tel Aviv, while Jerryd Jensen (30:00, 17 saves, 2 GA) warranted a win in idea while adding dual assists.

Andrew Kruter and Kyle Bergman scored goals in an 8-2 reversal to a Syracuse Stingers. Eight-year pro Neal Powless scored 3 goals to lead a Stingers, while former Buffalo Bandits goaltender Mike Thompson (15:00, 12 saves, 0 GA) warranted a win with a first-half shutout opposite a Israelis.

Jensen done 23 saves though Tel Aviv’s offense could not get going in a 7-0 detriment to a Nova Scotia Privateers in a first-round playoff game. Mike Burke scored 3 goals to lead Nova Scotia.

Offit scored twice and Bergman had a idea and an support as Tel Aviv had a “host” Onondaga Redhawks on a ropes, though could not tighten out a win on Thursday. Tel Aviv led 3-2 with underneath 10 mins remaining before a Redhawks torched Jensen for 5 true scores. Onondaga finished with a 9-5 win.

Zach Penfil and Danny Bialosky any scored in a 5-2 detriment opposite LaxAllStars.com in a opener.