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The Fallston Cougars Boys Varsity Lacrosse Schedule for 2017.

The Fallston Cougars Boys Varsity Lacrosse Schedule for 2017.


The Cougars will open its schedule on March 22, traveling to The Gilman School for it’s first of 2 trips to MIAA A conference opponents, traveling to Boys Latin the following week on March 28.

The Cougars will host its annual Fred Sheckells Memorial Tournament on March 25th facing Archbishop Curley coached by Fallston Alum Chris Ogle (’97) with Hershey and Franklin playing in the other semi-final game.

Fallston will once again play their annual tilt on the Campus of Johns Hopkins University at historic Homewood Field vs perennial 3A/4A power Dulaney with a girls/boys double header on Friday April 7. Other out of conference opponents include the return of River Hill to the schedule traveling to Howard County on April 3rd, the addition of Manchester Valley, hosting them on April 25th and the addition of another perennial 3A/4A power in Westminster (Asst. Coached by Fallston Alum Tarhy Alford ’90) to conclude the regular season on May 4th.

The UCBAC schedule will once again be tough and opens up on March 31, hosting Patterson Mill followed by Havre De Grace on April 5th, North Harford on April 10th, C Milton Wright on April 21st, Bel Air on April 28th and concluding with new Chesapeake Division arrival Harford Tech on May 3rd. Full Varsity and JV schedule available at countysportszone.com

Date

Time

Opponent

Location

3/22

4:15 pm

Gilman

Away

3/25

9:30 am

Curley

Home

3/28

4:00 pm

Boys Latin

Away

3/31

6:45 pm

Patterson Mill

Home

4/3

5:30 pm

River Hill

Away

4/5

6:45 pm

Havre De Grace

Away

4/7

9:00 pm

Dulaney

JHU

4/10

6:45 pm

North Harford

Away

4/21

6:45 pm

CM Wright

Home

4/25

6:45 pm

Manchester Valley

Home

4/28

6:45 pm

Bel Air

Away

5/3

6:45 pm

Harford Tech

Home

5/4

6:45 pm

Westminster

Home

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By Peace Report Lacrosse Blog

Written and edited by Tom Peace. Peace is a national high school writer. Peace has been in the broadcasting and journalism field for over 15 years.

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