Lake City wins state lacrosse title

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Courtesy photo Lake City players celebrate after winning the state Division II lacrosse title Saturday in Caldwell.

CALDWELL — After blowing out the majority of its opposition, the Lake City High lacrosse team found itself in somewhat of a unique situation in Saturday's Division II state championship game.

It didn't have a sizable lead.

Capital High of Boise trailed by just a goal heading in the second period, but the Timberwolves soon flipped the switch and coasted to another rout at Simplot Stadium, a 16-3 decision.

Lake City (14-2), which led 3-2, scored seven second-period goals and didn't look back.

Matt Duchow had his hand in nine of Lake City's scoring plays, tallying five goals and four assists. Cameron Chun and Sam Buckland each recorded a hat trick.

Lake City goalie Lucas Briner was also instrumental, protecting the gate to the tune of 11 saves.

Capital — Goals: Andrew Thomas 3, Jackson Beers, Gabe McCoy, Gavin Piva. Assists : Andrew Thomas, Noah Leoni. Saves: Drew Holstein, 8.

Lake City — Goals: Matt Duchow 5, Cameron Chun 3, Sam Buckland 3, Danny Torres 2, Jake Donohoe, Devin Latreille. Assists: Duchow 4, Danny Torres. Saves: Lucas Briner 11.

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