Big second half leads Rustin to victory over Lower Dauphin in state quarterfinals

READING, Pa. (WHTM) — In a thrilling 2A boys lacrosse state quarterfinal match, Rustin staged an impressive comeback in the second half to secure a 13-5 victory over Lower Dauphin. The Falcons had started strong, taking a 3-1 lead into halftime, but Rustin’s explosive performance in the second half proved too much for Lower Dauphin to handle.

Lower Dauphin head coach Bob Miller praised his team’s efforts, acknowledging the challenges they have faced throughout the season. Despite the loss, Miller expressed pride in the group’s resilience and the standard of excellence they have established at Lower Dauphin.

Looking ahead, Miller remains optimistic about the team’s future, highlighting the potential of the returning players and the promising prospects for the upcoming seasons. While the defeat is disappointing, Miller emphasized the bright days that lie ahead for Lower Dauphin lacrosse.

The match between Rustin and Lower Dauphin showcased the competitive spirit and determination of both teams, with Rustin’s impressive second-half performance ultimately propelling them to victory. As the state quarterfinals continue, fans can expect more thrilling matchups and exciting moments on the lacrosse field.