Attackers lead way to first win

Andrew Schram and Weston Gleiss led the lacrosse varsity team to their first win last Tuesday.
Schram scored five goals and Gleiss had two in the April 8 game against North Farmington.
The Wolves won, 10-3.
‘We didn’t have Jon Avery tonight, who is one of our starting attackers, he was sick so we told Andrew we needed him to take the offense over,? said Clarkston coach Brian Kaminskas.
‘That’s exactly what he did. We put a challenge in front of him and he responded. He was impressive.?
The players took more chances on the field by trying to get the ball into the net every opportunity that they could.
‘They are starting to settle into the offense and we do play position style offense but up until tonight they didn’t seem confident going to the net,? said Kaminskas.
‘Tonight they broke through that a little bit. We were much better. We played much more tempo,? said Kaminskas. ‘We are starting to gel a little bit. We have a lot of young guys but they are starting to get together and come together.?
Gleiss shot the ball right into the net, making the first goal six minutes into the game.
Farmington tied up the game with a minute left in the first quarter. Twenty-nine seconds were left and Chapin White brought the Wolves back into the lead.
Andrew Miller had the next goal in the second quarter. He shot the ball. It hit the ground and bounced into the net, giving Clarkston a two point lead.
Gleiss and Schram added two more points to the scoreboard before going into halftime.
In the second half of the game, Schram scored four more goals and Warren Swartz scored one.
Schram had two assists for the game.
They played Royal Oak on Thursday and lost the game, 4-3.
Swartz, Dever Forbes, and Julian Rob made goals for the Wolves. Jon Avery and Rob each had an assist.
The varsity team, 1-3, hosts Essex on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
The JV and Varsity will travel to battle rival Lake Orion on Thursday. JV begins 5:30 p.m, varsity follows. Lake Orion High School is located at 495 East Scripps Road.