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Goose Bolton's hat trick led McGill in its season-opening win. (Photo: Jim Bouzianis)
The 2017 CUFLA season is underway after McGill dumped the Carleton Ravens 13-3 Thursday night in Montreal. The win was the 100th as Redmen coach for Tim Murdoch.
By Earl Zuckerman, courtesy McGill University
Goose Bolton?of Darien, Conn., netted a hat-trick and added one helper as the McGill men's lacrosse team spanked visiting Carleton 13-3 in the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association opener at Forbes Field, Thursday.
It marked a milestone victory in regular season play for?Tim Murdoch, who now owns a 100-41 record in his 15th season at head coach of the Redmen.
"We had a 9-1 lead at halftime, which gave us an opportunity to substitute freely in the second half and get a look at many of our younger players," said Murdoch, who also improved his overall record to 158-79-2. "We have more depth this year and I was pleased with our distributed scoring and our defence, which played really well."
Other multiple marksmen for McGill were?Liam MacDonald, a freshman from North Vancouver, B.C., who was credited with the game-winner in the second quarter, plus junior?Alexander Linton?of Ridgewood, N.J., and junior?Maxime Murdoch?(the coach's son) of Montreal, who tallied two goals apiece.
"Our most impressive player tonight was sophomore defenceman?Tanner Baldin, who was a standout at both ends of the field," praised the McGill bench boss. A native of Brantford, Ont., Baldin scored once, added an assist and was a stifling force against Carleton's attackmen.
Rounding out the scoring with singles was junior?Cal Callahan?of Glenview, Ill., freshman?Colton Campbell?of Boulder, Col., and?Patrick Turner, a freshman from Stouffville, Ont.
Replying for Carleton was?Noah Hoselton?of Ottawa with two and?Nick Penteluke?of Niagara, Ont., with one.
Senior goalkeeper?William Waesche?of Greenwich, Conn., started between the pipes for the Redmen and collected the victory. He allowed just one goal before being replaced at halftime by?Michael Gallo, a rookie from Glen Rock, N.J., who blanked Carleton in his 20-minute stint. Freshman?David Pelliccione?of Woodbridge, Ont., played the final stanza and conceded a pair of goals in his 20-minute segment.
Ravens' netminder Simon Bellamy played 65 minutes, taking the loss as he allowed 12 goals?Quinn Tucker?played the final 15 minutes and gave up 1 goal.
Carleton (0-1) returns home to host Queen's (0-0) on Saturday at noon.
McGill, which is coming off an 11-1 first-place finish in the CUFLA East and a stunning playoff upset loss to Ottawa, is now 1-0 this season. They will host the Nipissing Lakers from northern Ontario with back to-back games at Percival Molson Stadium this weekend, on Saturday at 5 p.m., followed a 1 p.m. start on Sunday.