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Henry Sibley/Gentry Academy pours on offense in victory over Hermantown/Proctor
The Warriors used an 18-goal first half to build a comfortable lead over the Stealth on Friday.
Three games into the 2021 season and Minnesota lacrosse teams are already figuring out what kind of talent the newly-formed Henry Sibley/Gentry Academy team has on offense.
The Warriors (3-0, 1-0) have outscored opponents 72-5 in three games, with being a 26-3 victory on Friday against visiting Hermantown/Proctor (0-3, 0-3).
The cooperative team between Henry Sibley and Gentry Academy had been in the works to start last season, but with the COVID-19 pandemic cancelling all Minnesota spring sports, it was forced to wait for the debut. Now that spring sports have resumed, the state is beginning to find out how the program short on juniors and seniors is not missing talent or experience.
Not much has been able to slow the Henry Sibley/Gentry Academy offense early this season.
The Warriors (3-0, 1-0) have scored at least 20 goals per game in each game this season. The latest coming on Friday in a 26-3 victory over Hermantown/Proctor at Henry Sibley High School. For instance, in this game, the Warriors scored 18 goals in the first half alone to create a lead with plenty of insurance.
Jaylen Rosga, Eva Anderson and Brooke Tjernlund each scored five goals for the Warriors in the victory. Ella Berg also added four goals for the potent offense.
Sibley Dunbar led the Stealth (0-3, 0-2) as she scored twice for the visitors.