An Oral History of Jerry Ragonese’s first career goal By Austin Owens | Jul 22, 2022 Tweet 1,058 days… 25,392 hours…1,523,520 minutes… 91,411,200 seconds. That’s how long Jerry Ragonese had to wait to make his return to Premier Lacrosse League action after a three-year hiatus from game action.  The face-off specialist was the third man […]
Following his team’s 18-9 defeat to the Waterdogs in Baltimore, Chaos head coach Andy Towers was looking at the long game rather than their fourth loss of the campaign. “I told (the team) after the game that we want to win the war. For us, the war is winning the championship. If we lose a game or two along the way as we start to get connected, I don’t care. The important thing is that we get out of this, ideally healthy, and we get another week for these guys to get accustomed to the field game and build from there,” Towers said.
Chaos get first win of season; hand Cannons fourth straight loss By Austin Owens | Jul 2, 2022 Tweet In what looked to be a must-win game for Chaos on Saturday night, the defending champions were able to take care of business, beating the Cannons 13-11 at TCO Stadium for their first win of 2022. […]
The Waterdogs were able to double up Chaos on Friday night at Homewood Field, taking their first victory of the 2022 campaign by an 18-9 scoreline.
With the bright lights shining down at Homewood Field, a fierce head-to-head between Matt Rambo and Garrett Epple is on deck.
Chrome stays undefeated with fourth quarter comeback against Waterdogs By Austin Owens | Jun 18, 2022 Tweet With 6:43 remaining in the fourth quarter, Chrome was looking for answers. They had surrendered seven of the previous eight goals to that point, with one of the scores being a 2-pointer from Ryan Brown. Tim Soudan’s squad […]
After scoring just 10 goals in their opening game of the 2022 campaign, the Archers got their offensive swagger back, putting up double digits in the first half on Friday night en route to a 17-12 victory over Chaos in Charlotte.
It was a struggle throughout Week 1 for the offense of the Archers in Albany, NY. For the majority of Sunday’s matchup with the Chrome, they looked out of sorts. It wasn’t the usual high-volume offense we’ve become accustomed to, however, the Archers were without their most dangerous weapon from a year ago in Grant Ament.
Chrome fend off Archers for 11-10 victory By Austin Owens | Jun 6, 2022 Tweet Chrome was able to hold off a late surge from the Archers, coming out of Albany, NY with a 11-10 victory on Sunday afternoon. Dylan Molloy led the way offensively for Chrome, posting two goals and adding a pair of […]
Archers LC enter training camp with the reigning Attackman of the Year (Grant Ament) and Defenseman of the Year (Graeme Hossack), hoping to win their first championship in club history.