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Islander Boys Lacrosse Defeats St. Mark’s (Texas) in Close Game, 4-3 (video)

On Monday, March 11th the Coronado Islander boys lacrosse went against St. Marks from Dallas, Texas. This was their lowest scoring game, and closest game this season. It was heavily defensive and came down to the wire.

Final Score

The Islanders were up 4-3 with about 30 seconds left in the game. St. Mark’s had possession and was looking to score. They took a shot but it was blocked by Islander goalie Charlie Lang, who had already had many saves during the game. Coronado stayed in possession and burned out the clock, winning by one.

Goalie, Charlie Lang

One of the star defensive players during the game was Leo Salata. He applied pressure all game long, and had some very important plays. Salata was locking down defensively and checked a St. Mark’s offensive player so hard that his stick flew out of his hands. Salata then picked up the ground ball and moved it into the Islander offensive territory.

This type of defense was crucial in the Islander’s win. Any possession was a vital one, and any turnover they caused increased their chances of defending their own turf.

Leo Salata


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The score wasn’t high, but each goal was important in the momentum of the game. See below for the scoring progression.

Scoring Timeline

First Quarter

  • Landon Sutherland goal

1-0 End of the First Quarter

Second Quarter

  • Braydon Avallone goal
  • St. Marks goal
  • Robby Spane goal

3-1 at Half

Third Quarter

  • Braydon Avallone goal

4-1 End of the Third Quarter

Fourth Quarter

  • St. Marks goal
  • St. Marks goal

4-3 Coronado Wins


Graham Bower
Graham Bower
Graham Bower is a proud "Navy kid" and a student at CHS, class of 2024. He is a captain of the football team and plays multiple positions, including quarterback. Graham has always had a passion to create and share content, starting in the sixth grade making videos at the skatepark in Naples, Italy. From there, it kicked off and became a huge interest. After taking video production, digital media, and photography classes from 2018-2021, he finally got a professional camera in November of 2021.He started creating sports videos for the school and sharing them on Instagram. Since then, he has continued to create videos not only for many sports and activities, always being open to new ideas and opportunities to grow his experience. Graham plans to study film and photography and play football in college.Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to: [email protected]

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