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Cote, Johnson Lead No. 6 Men's Lacrosse to Win over Delaware Tech

Cote, Johnson Lead No. 6 Men's Lacrosse to Win over Delaware Tech

ARNOLD, MD – Caden Cote scored four goals and assisted four others to lead the No. 6 Anne Arundel Community College men's lacrosse team to a 13-4 home win over Delaware Tech Saturday afternoon. The Riverhawks never trailed and were bolstered by Rahsaan Johnson's 15-of-19 performance at the faceoff x.

Stephen Moheiser added three goals, and Conor Mackrell chipped in with two. Ethan Gaeng scored once and assisted on five. Of the Riverhawks' 13 goals, 11 were assisted.

Anne Arundel held a 5-0 lead at the end of the first quarter and extended it to six goals early in the second on Mackrell's first of the day, assisted by Zachary Burns. Delaware Tech got one back, but AACC rattled off three more in the half to hold a 9-1 lead at halftime.

Gaeng fed Burns to lead off the third quarter before the teams traded goals through the rest of the third. It was slow going for both teams in the fourth until Delaware Tech's Connor Garrett hit an unassisted goal with five minutes remaining to make it 11-4 in favor of the Riverhawks. Gaeng connected with Cote twice more for the 13-4 final.

AACC outshot Delaware Tech, 51-13 and held a 40-13 advantage in groundballs. Hugh Edwards made four saves in the win, while Delaware Tech goalkeeper Joseph Niles stopped 22 shots.

The Riverhawks scored quickly in their only man-up opportunity of the game while holding Delaware Tech to no scores in five opportunities. AACC forced 17 of Delaware Tech's 29 turnovers, while committing just 19 in the game.

AACC hosts Potomac State Saturday, April 27, at 2 pm in the regular season home finale.