Boys Lacrosse: DeRosier records 9 goals in win over Big Lake

Brainerd at Big Lake May 16

Ethan DeRosier.
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BIG LAKE — Brainerd’s Ethan DeRosier broke his own record for most goals scored in a single game with nine goals as the Warriors crushed the Big Lake Hornets 16-7 Monday, May 16.

DeRosier previously held the record with eight goals scored in a single game. Also scoring for the Warriors were Jacob Holm, Taylor Madison, and Eli Wiskow.

Big Lake 1 2 2 2 — 7

Brainerd 3 4 5 4 — 16

First quarter: Brd-Ethan DeRosier, Brd-DeRosier (Nico Buffetta), Brd-Jacob Holm

Second quarter: Brd-DeRosier (Dawson Pieho), Brd-DeRosier (Andrew Narlock) Brd-Holm (DeRosier), Brd-DeRosier (Taylor Madison)

Third quarter: Brd-DeRosier, Brd-Holm (Narlock), Brd-DeRosier (Narlock) Brd-Madison (DeRosier), Brd-DeRosier (Madison)

Fourth quarter: Brd-DeRosier (Noah Hines) Brd-Madison (Holm), Brd- Eli Wiskow (Madison), Brd-Wiskow

Goalies: Brd-Liam Luther (9 saves), Nolan Langerman (1 save)

Overall: BRD 4-7. Next: Brainerd hosts Grand Rapids 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 17.

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