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Saturday, November 6th – McMaster looks to avenge their 2009 loss to Brock in CUFLA’s championship game, as both will face-off against each other yet again for the coveted Baggataway Cup and be crowned 2010 champions.

McMaster, lead by recently named 2011 Team Canada Box Lacrosse Head Coach Eddie Comeau, opened scoring at 17:52 of the first quarter as Michael Dawson fired a shot past Saskatchewan’s lacrosse player of the year and Bishop’s stalwart net minder Keegan Durovick.?The teams traded goals for the most of the game, including 6 goals and 1 assist from CUFLA’s 2010 Scoring Champion Mike Dube from Bishop’s.?Team Captain and MFE player of the game Josh Crone from Bishop’s had 6 points on the day, but it wasn’t enough as 2009 playoff Scoring Champion Kevin MacRory had 5 points, and McMaster’s MFE game MVP and 2009 CUFLA Rookie of the Year Carter Williams potted 4 in McMaster’s 11 – 9 victory.

Carleton’s MFE game MVP Curtis Singleton opened scoring at 14:30 with a bounce shot bullet past Brock’s Ian Duffy, where Carleton lead 3 – 1 after the first quarter.?Brock rallied with 4 goals in the second quarter, which saw the game tied 4 – 4 at halftime.?Carleton’s potent offense, lead by 2009 CUFLA Scoring Champion and Jr. A Money Baller Corey Fowler who had 4 points in the contest, wasn’t enough for Brock’s balanced scoring that saw 10 different names on the score sheet, including Brock’s LSM and MFE game MVP Clark Robinson who had a goal and created many turnovers with his lethal stick.?

Brock (3 West) will play McMaster (4 West) in the Bank of America Baggataway Cup championship game Sunday, November 7th, 3:00PM at St. Michael’s College School.

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