Lacrosse Team Advances to Catholic League Championship for 21st Consecutive Season

Lacrosse Team Advances to Catholic League Championship for 21st Consecutive Season
The Explorers will now face Saint Joseph's Prep on Wednesday, May 22 at 6 PM at Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School for the PCL Championship. La Salle is going for it's 18th PCL Championship since 1993.
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The La Salle College High School Varsity Lacrosse Team defeated Cardinal O'Hara 12-3 on Monday, May 20 in the Philadelphia Catholic League Semifinals.

The Explorers will now face Saint Joseph's Prep on Wednesday, May 22 at 6 PM at Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School for the PCL Championship. La Salle is going for it's 18th PCL Championship since 1993. The Explorers defeated the Hawks last year 8-7 in the 2012 PCL Title Game.

Saint Joseph's Prep and La Salle College High School have met in the PCL Championship Game every season since 2002 with the Explorers holding a 9-2 advantage in the title games. La Salle has played in the title game every season since PCL Lacrosse started in 1993 and holds a 17-3 record in the PCL Championship Game.

For more on the history of the PCL Title game from Ted Silary, visit: http://tedsilary.com/lacrosse.htm

In the semifinals, Adam Schaal scored four goals and seven others scored for La Salle (17-2).

For more information on La Salle Lacrosse, visit http://www.lschs.org/lacrosse.


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