Law Helps Outlaws Cage Bayhawks; Cannons Outgun Hounds

Rookie Cam Flint scored his first MLL goal to open the fourth quarter, followed by the first of the season for PT Ricci, playing in his first game since May 11 when he suffered a broken thumb. Fallon and White each scored their second goals of the night for Charlotte, but Stone and Matt Poskay answered for the Cannons to maintain a healthy lead. Charlotte threatened late, with back-to-back goals from Young and another from Poillon in the final seconds, but it was not enough as the Cannons held on for the win.

"It was about getting back to having fun," said Stone of the win. "It hasn't been the season we thought it would be at the outset, so tonight it was about coming together as team, getting back to the fundamentals and having fun playing lacrosse."

Goalie Jordan Burke made 17 saves in the win, including seven in the fourth quarter. Nine Cannons scored goals, making up for MLL's points leader Paul Rabil being kept off the scoreboard.

The Cannons return home to Harvard Stadium next Friday, June 21 to face the New York Lizards (7:30 pm).

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The Ohio Machine earned its first win of the season, defeating the Rochester Rattlers on Saturday night, 13-11. Joe Cummings led Ohio (1-6) with five goals, while John Galloway recorded 25 saves for Rochester (3-4).

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