Dexter, N.Y. – The Finger Lakes Community College men's lacrosse team posted a season-high 25 goals on Saturday en route to defeating Jefferson Community College, 25-5. The offensive output marked the most goals in an individual game since Apr. 25, 2009, when the Lakers defeated Genesee Community College 25-12.
Sophomore Jack Timerson [Newark, N.Y.] continued his torrid scoring pace, posting a career-best 12 points on the day on six goals and six assists. Robert Pelkey [Fairport, N.Y.] added another nine points on seven goals and two assists.
The (2-5, 1-1) Lakers jumped out to an early lead, posting ten unanswered goals within the first period. Continuing to capitalize on all offensive opportunities, the Lakers led 17-0 entering the half. The Lakers added three goals in the third quarter, and five in the final frame while holding (0-2, 0-2) Jefferson Community College to a season-low five goals.
Finger Lakes Community College's secondary scoring was imperative to their offensive success. Joshua Spence [Fairport, N.Y.] and Cody Richardson [Penn Yan, N.Y.] each added hat tricks. Sophomore Albert Thompson [Medina, N.Y.] continued his strong offensive start, adding three points on two goals and an assist. Thomas Loudon [Kansas City, Kan.] added a pair of goals. To complete the scoring, Ken Ledgerwood [Penn Yan, N.Y.] and Daniel Johnson [Newark, N.Y.] added their first career goals.
Sophomore John Perrucci [Myrtle Beach, S.C.] made 12 saves in 26 minutes of action to earn his second victory of the season. Matthew Ebanez [Reno, Nev.] and Nathan Gardner [Newark, N.Y.] saw 14 and 15 minutes respectively in net.