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KILBOURNE LACROSSE NEWS
Worthington News Highlights Wolves Win Over Thomas - Apr 22, 2015
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Here is what the Worthington News had to say about Kilbourne's big win over Thomas:
The Worthington Kilbourne High School boys lacrosse team continued its strong start by winning three home games last week, including a 6-4 victory over league-rival Thomas Worthington on April 15.
The Wolves, who routed Pickerington Central 19-9 on April 17 and defeated DeSales 7-6 on April 18, were 7-1 overall and 3-1 in the OCC-Buckeye Division before playing three-time defending Division I state champion Upper Arlington on April 22.
DeSales was 7-0 before losing to Kilbourne.
Kilbourne Jumps to No. 3 in Midwest Regional Rankings - Apr 22, 2015
The Wolves come in at No. 3 in this weeks Nike/Lacrosse Magazine Midwest Regional Poll. Kilbourne was also tabbed as one of the hot teams in the Midwest. Here are this weeks rankings and what Lacosse Magazine had to say about the Wolves:
Nike/LM Midwest Boys' Top 10 (April 22)
1. Culver Military (Ind.), 9-4
Worthington Kilbourne (Ohio) has responded well after nearly upsetting Brother Rice (Mich.). The Wolves have recorded four straight victories, including one the next day against University Detroit Jesuit (Mich.) and a recent victory over one-loss Columbus DeSales (Ohio). They were particularly strong coming out of the locker room in that one, with four goals in the first quarter and three in the third, compared to none in the second and fourth.
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Kilbourne Featured in Lacrosse Magazine Story - Apr 15, 2015
Lacrosse Magazine, a publication of US Lacrosse, did a feature article on the Wolves and their tight battle with Brother Rice. LM has Kilbourne ranked as the No. 4 team in the Midwest. Here is what LM had to say about Kilbourne:
Nike/LM HS Midwest Report: Depth Gauge in Ohio?
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Midwest is not known for having the competitive depth of the East Coast when it comes to lacrosse.
But, try telling that to the Worthington Kilbourne (Ohio) boys' team.
The Wolves gave regional power Brother Rice (Mich.) everything it had in a 12-9 loss Saturday in a show of Midwest lacrosse at its best.
"You're talking about two very strong programs," Worthington Kilbourne coach Drew May said. "It's a battle of two very, very good teams, two very good programs."
Alex Wylly Makes 500th College Save - Apr 15, 2015
On April 1, senior captain Alex Wylly (WK '11) made his 500th career save for Lycoming College. Wylly, a three year starter in goal, became just the third goalie in the history of Lycoming lacrosse to reach the 500 save milestone. In his junior year, Alex was an all-conference selection and made 229 saves - one short of the school record.Congratulations Alex on an amazing college career! To read more, click here.
Woves Jump in Rankings - Apr 8, 2015
Kilbourne moved up from No. 8 to No. 7 in the Under Armour/Inside Lacrosse Regional Rankings. Last week, the Wolves moved from No. 9 to No. 8. Kilbourne faces No. 3 Brother Rice this Saturday in a key midwest match up.
IL Midwest (week 5)
1. Hill Academy (Ont.) 4-1
2. Culver Academy Prep (Ind.) 5-3
3. Brother Rice (MI) 3-0
4. Upper Arlington (Ohio) 2-1
5. Carmel (Ind.) 6-1
6. Detroit Country Day (MI) 3-0
7. Worthington Kilbourne (Ohio) 2-0
8. Loyola Academy (Ill.) 5-1
9. New Trier (Ill.) 3-1
10. Cincinnati St. Xavier (Ohio) 3-0
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Wolves in Inside Lacrosse "Games to Watch" - Apr 7, 2015
Inside Lacrosse has tabbed this week's games against Brother Rice and Detroit Jesuit as national "Games to Watch". To read more, click here.
Worthington News Season Preview - Mar 25, 2015
Here is Worthington News preview for the 2015 Wolves:
Wolves looking to build on last season
Kilbourne coach Drew May would like to see his team improve on last season, when it finished 14-6 overall and shared the OCC-Buckeye title with UA.
The Wolves, who ended last season with a 13-12 overtime loss to Olentangy in a Division I Central Region semifinal as the third seed, open Sunday, March 29, at Penn Yan (N.Y.) Academy.
"Our goals never change," said May, who is in his sixth season leading the program. "We want to win our league and the state championship. All signs point to Upper Arlington being the team to beat in our league since they are the three-time defending state champions, but Dublin Jerome, Olentangy Liberty and Olentangy are all very strong, too."
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