by Rob Tetro
Last week, the Fulton boys varsity lacrosse won against Central Square but lost to Homer April 6th, a solid start along with six fourth-quarter goals helped Fulton to come away with a 12-6 win over Central Square.
Unfortunately for the Red Raiders, Homer proved to be far more challenging of an opponent.
Homer got off to a solid start April 9 while setting the stage for a long day for Fulton.
Homer scored nine unanswered goals during the first half en route to an impressive 13-1 win over the Red Raiders.
Fulton jumped out to a 4-1 lead following the first quarter of its April 6 game against Central Square.
Central Square scored the only goal of the second quarter to cut the Red Raiders lead down to two goals at 4-2 going into halftime.
Fulton held on to its two-goal lead after both teams scored two goals each during the third quarter.
However, the Red Raiders turned a competitive game at 6-4 at the beginning of the fourth quarter into a convincing win by the end of the game.
They erupted to outscore Central Square by four goals while scoring six goals during the fourth quarter to pull away for the 12-6 win.
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