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2019 Ohio Machine High School Showcase: Day One Recap

March 16, 2019


Game 1: Worthington Kilbourne vs. Indian Hill (girls)
Worthington Kilbourne and Indian Hill kicked off the 2019 Ohio Machine High School Showcase with a 15-12 Worthington Kilbourne victory. Lilli Hadden finished with seven goals and took home the player of the game. Dating back to 1997, Worthington Kilbourne now leads the series 6-3.

Game 2: Dublin Coffman vs. Olentangy Liberty
In the second game of the day, Dublin Kaufman defeated Olentangy liberty 11-5. The Shamrocks allowed just two goals in the second half, led by defenseman Troy McConaughey who took home the player of the game. Attackman Evan James scored four goals, and midfielder Nick Harris added three goals. 

Game 3: St. Xavier vs. Toledo St. Francis DeSales
In the first ever matchup between the two teams, it was Saint Xavier who came out on top with a 19-2 victory. Noah Reidy and Dan Klusty each scored three goals in the win. Saint Xavier faceoff specialist Charlie Williams took home the player of the game. 

Game 4: Olentangy vs. Archbishop Moeller
In the final game of the day, Archbishop Moeller powered ahead in the second half to take a 14-5 victory. Attackman Theo Becker and midfielder Dylan Warner each scored three goals in the win,   and faceoff specialist Ivan Anderson took home the player of the game. 

The event will continue tomorrow, Sunday March 17. The schedule is as follows: 

10:30am- Dublin Jerome Girls vs. Bishop Hartley Girls 
12:45pm- Dublin Jerome Boys vs. Mason Boys 
3:00pm- Columbus DeSales Boys vs. Chagrin Falls Boys 
5:15pm- Hilliard Davidson Boys vs. New Albany Boys 

About the Ohio Machine 
The Ohio Machine is a professional lacrosse team based in Columbus, Ohio. The Machine is one of nine teams competing in Major League Lacrosse (MLL), the premier professional outdoor lacrosse league. The team has been competing in the MLL since 2012 and won the franchise’s first MLL Championship in 2017. The team competes at Fortress Obetz, the nation’s first professional lacrosse specific stadium.  For more information on Ohio Machine lacrosse, please visit or follow the Machine on    Facebook,   TwitterSnapchat and   Instagram @machinemll