Summit boys drop lacrosse playoff loss to Clackamas

Storm shut out in fourth quarter before falling 14-8

Bulletin staff report /

Published May 28, 2014 at 12:01AM

CLACKAMAS — For three quarters, Summit proved it belonged.

But after being shut out in the fourth, after Clackamas posted six unanswered goals, the Storm fell 14-8 in the second round of the Oregon High School Lacrosse Association state playoffs.

Summit, seeded No. 11 in the 24-team bracket, hung with the No. 6 Cavaliers most of the way, not allowing Clackamas to create much separation.

After matching the Cavs each quarter, the Storm (15-7 overall) headed into the final period knotted up 8-8.

But in the fourth, Clackamas (15-5) logged six goals and shut out the High Desert Conference champion Storm to secure the second-round win and earn a quarterfinal matchup on Friday at Jesuit.

Dylan Smith paced Summit with three goals, and Griffin Reinecke chipped in with two goals. Seth Millard, Stu Bledsoe and Cole Gaines each scored once for the Storm, while Troy LaLonde dished out one assist.