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Posted: Thursday, April 25, 2019 12:00 am

On Saturday, the Livermore Phantoms Lacrosse U14 Black took on the Warriors from Walnut Creek. The Phantoms got back to their winning ways as the offense exerted constant pressure on the Warriors, resulting in three first-half goals by Nick Swartzendruber (37), Dom Gozzo (56), and Josh Gnoval (98).  Halftime adjustments helped the Phantoms offense explode in the second half, as Luke Leary (13), Anders Bostrom (2), TJ Newcomb (29), Luke Bauer (53), D. Gozzo, and Chase Parker (66) each scored.  J. Gnoval also scored two more times with a couple of awesome shots, for a total of three goals. In addition to the Phantoms prolific offense, tough defense by Justin Wallace (82), Andrei Gran (6), Jake Salhoff (34), and Kalel Disu (7) reminded the Warriors they were up against a tough opponent. Combined with Andrew Kramar's (8) three saves, the Phantoms held off the Warriors for a 11-3 win.

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