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Navy Midshipmen

Richie Meade

No. 6 Johns Hopkins Survives Scare at Navy for One-Goal Win

No. 6 Johns Hopkins scored its last goal -- the fourth by Brandon Benn -- midway through the third quarter, but the Blue Jays held on to edge Navy, 6-5, on Friday night in front of a crowd of 8,655. [full story]

At the game? Share your photos on Laxpower.com from Facebook or by using Flickr's tagging feature.

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From Flickr: choose your team or game from the dropdown below to get the tags.
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#5 Kurtis Kaunas

#5 Kurtis Kaunas from molingle

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#14 John Connors

#14 John Connors from molingle

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#21 Matt Smith

#21 Matt Smith from molingle

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#41 Dan Taylor

#41 Dan Taylor from molingle

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#10 Jack Bogorowski

#10 Jack Bogorowski from molingle

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