Week 6 in the Premier Lacrosse League saw the Chrome win their first-ever lacrosse game, and the Whipsnakes improved to 5-1 on the season with a win over the Atlas. Keep reading for PLL Week 6 results.
PLL Week 6 Results
Redwoods – 9, Archers – 8
In what has been a theme of games being incredibly close, the Redwoods were able to pull out the victory over the Archers.
The game was largely deadlocked through the first half, as the score was tied up 4-4 heading into the break. The Redwoods would make a run in the third quarter, with the score at the end of the period showing a three-goal lead for the Redwoods.
The Archers looked to make a late run in the fourth quarter as the game would end up tied at the end of regulation.
JULES HENINGBURG WINS IT IN OVERTIME! pic.twitter.com/0OkxO4Q3SO
— Premier Lacrosse League (@PremierLacrosse) July 6, 2019
Late-game heroics by Jules Heningburg would see the Redwoods walk away with the overtime win.
Whipsnakes – 11, Atlas – 9
The Whipsnakes responded to an opening goal by Atlas with a five-goal run of their own to grab the lead in the first quarter. The teams would trade goals as the Whipsnakes went into halftime with the 7-3 lead.
Lacrosse is a game of runs, and this game was no exception. Atlas opened the third quarter with a three-goal run on scores by Paul Rabil, Ryan Brown, and Connor Buczek. That would pull Rabil’s squad within two as the Whipsnakes added one before the end of the quarter.
— Whipsnakes Lacrosse Club (@PLLWhipsnakes) July 7, 2019
Atlas would tie things up in the fourth quarter off of goals by Eric Law and Kyle Hartzell. However, it would be Ryan Drenner scoring the go ahead goal with two minutes remaining. Bryce Young would add one more before the end of the game to seal the victory for the Whipsnakes.
Chrome – 19, Chaos – 11
Although Chaos walked away with the overtime win last weekend, it was Chrome who dominated this matchup in showcase of offensive firepower.
Chrome would take a 4-2 lead at the end of the first and never looked back, securing the 19-11 victory.
FIRST WIN EVER! pic.twitter.com/lWE9AjsXIj
— Chrome Lacrosse Club (@PLLChrome) July 7, 2019
Jordan MacIntosh would finish the game with five goals for Chrome while Jordan Wolf had four.