who won D1?

I'd say it was pretty much another instance of UA domination. 9-0 at halftime of the state championship game against a previously unbeaten team. Wow.

I would have loved to have seen this UA squad come to the DC area to play a few games.

Upper Arlington 14, Hudson 2
UPPER ARLINGTON -- Goals: Devilbiss 3, Drake 2, Hanover, Kleinhenz, Donahue, Tanner, Ghidotti, Olson, Case, Smith, Lathrop. Saves: Hall 8, Benedick 3, Frost 1.

HUDSON -- Goals: Parsons, Paster. Saves: Lyle 11.

Halftime: 9-0. Records: UA 20-1; HUD 19-1.


Lacrosse: Upper Arlington wins another title
Sunday, June 3, 2007 3:39 AM
By Adam Conn

The Columbus Dispatch

David Foster Dispatch
Upper Arlington's Keith Olson takes a shot during the Division I boys lacrosse championship game against Hudson.
For three years, Upper Arlington's Grant Devilbiss was a spectator or role player on senior-dominated teams, watching the Golden Bears win state title after state title.

He got his opportunity to start this season and replicated what his predecessors had done the previous three years, leading Upper Arlington to its fourth straight title and seventh in the past 10 years.

Devilbiss scored three goals and UA dominated Hudson 14-2 yesterday in the Division I final at Dublin Scioto.

"Once you get your opportunity, you have to take advantage of it," Devilbiss said.

The Golden Bears scored on five of their first six possessions and the rout was on just six minutes into the game.

"We wanted to start out aggressive and as long as they were going to keep giving us opportunities we were going to keep attacking," UA coach Ted Wolford said.

UA kept pressuring in the second quarter and Devilbiss picked up his second goal when he stripped Hudson goalie Bobby Lyle on a possession change. Adam Donahue picked up the ball and found Devilbiss circling back in front of the net for a 7-0 lead in the second quarter.

UA took a 9-0 lead when Keith Olson scored with 14 seconds left in the first half.

"I think (Hudson) thought we were going to take the air out of the ball," Wolford said. "We're not done until we're ready to call off the dogs."

Goalie Judd Hall had eight saves through three quarters and was the defensive player of the game.

FormerWildcat, thanks for always posting the northern/central team scores. Half the time laxpower.com or OHSLA.org wouldn't have them up as fast you posted them on here!

Thanks again :thumb: