Huron men’s varsity lacrosse plays stifling defense, prevails 10-3 vs. Greenhills


Quinn Newhouse

Huron limited Greenhills to three goals, and scored a majority of their goals in the 4th quarter.

Quinn Newhouse

Last Thursday, Huron’s Men’s Lacrosse slammed out-of-conference opponent Greenhills 10-3, finding the back of the net four times alone in the 4th quarter. The Rats’ outstanding defense was too much for the Gryphons to overcome, as Huron controlled the tempo for most of the outing.

Captain Aravind Krishnan, accounted for two of those goals. Although a great game, Krishnan is still not satisfied with his performance.

“I personally am not satisfied with my performance and I do in fact expect better out of myself,” said Krishnan. “In terms of the team’s overall performance I, as a leader, can say that I am pleased, but not fully satisfied just yet”.

Krishnan credits teamwork for the victory.

“We did a great job of trusting each other and that is what put us on top yesterday but we still have a long way to go in terms of our development as a team,” Krishnan said. “This is just the beginning.”

Junior Thomas Hart had a spectacular game on defense, as he played a large role in limiting Greenhills to only 3 goals. Hart acclaims this success on the defense working well together.

“I thought I played well. I felt my communication has been the best it’s been this year,” Hart said. “I think we played well because people have been working at home and getting better and we are really starting to play together as a team”.