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DHS' Sam Eaton (85) shrugs off a College Park defender in the Blue Devils' 15-3 victory on Saturday at Brown Stadium. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo

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From page B1 | March 23, 2014 |

Following just its second loss of season, the Davis High boys lacrosse team bounced back in impressive fashion on Saturday afternoon, demolishing College Park, 15-3, at Brown Stadium.

Sam Eaton paced the Blue Devils (5-2) with four goals, all of them coming in DHS’ 12-0 spurt that broke open a 2-2 game.

Eaton assisted Jake Hammond for the first goal of the contest then Daniel Rowen’s tally made it 2-0 Devils.

Following a pair of Falcon goals to tie the score, Kevin Willefert scooped up a loose ball and sent it into the net to give Davis a lead it would not relinquish.

The locals scored the next 13 goals of the game with standout Mark Bruemmer having a hand in the next three. Bruemmer, who finished with a hat trick, fed Jed Arvin for a goal before scoring the next two himself. He got open for the first of those goals with a lightening quick inside dodge.

Eaton then finished the half with a pair of tallies to put the Blue Devils up 6-2.

After the break, Rowen scored a quick goal then Ryan Amesbury took a pass from Willefert dodged, planted and ripped the ball into the top of the net.

Goals from Eaton, Bruemmer and Amesbury came before College Park actually broke through DHS’ stingy defense for a score.

Devil Griffin McNamara capped the game with by making a solo run around the back of the net, beating two defenders and bouncing his shot into the goal.

Connal Hart led Davis in ground balls, while goalies Connor Spann and Ryan Mack played well.

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