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Lakers record-breaking season comes to end at No. 8 SUNY Delhi

Lakers record-breaking season comes to end at No. 8 SUNY Delhi

DELHI, N.Y. – The record-breaking campaign for the 2012-2013 Finger Lakes Community College men's lacrosse team came to an end on Wednesday, as the Lakers fell at SUNY Delhi 10-7. The Lakers end the season with a program-best 11 victories and 10 losses.

The Lakers rushed out to an early start, scoring the contest's first two goals. Jack Timerson scored the contest's opening goal off an assist from Albert Thompson at 12:13. Freshman Joshua Spence would score next off a Parker Weeks feed at 11:36 to give the Lakers an early advantage. SUNY Delhi would score before the quarter's end to cut the Lakers lead to 2-1.

SUNY Delhi would change the course of the game in the middle periods of the contest. The Broncos outscored the Lakers 8-2 in the second and third quarter. Timerson scored his second goal with 11:58 to play in the second quarter, and completed his hat trick with 2:35 remaining in the third quarter.

The Broncos led 9-4 at the end of the third quarter.

The Lakers rallied late in the fourth quarter. Sophomore Alex Thoms would open the scoring at 13:23, and Robert Pelkey would score twice to end the quarter. Thompson and Parker Weeks added an assist on Pelkey's respective tallies.

The Lakers managed to win the quarter, holding SUNY Delhi to just one goal. But the SUNY Delhi lead proved insurmountable, as the Broncos advanced in regional play, 10-7.

Brandon Grace won 11-of-16 faceoffs. Jake Smith and Kyle Grove tied for the team lead with six ground balls. Thomas Loudon caused two turnovers.

John Perrucci finished with 17 saves.