the-back goal to increase the Lions’ lead to 10-3 by halftime.
Queen Anne’s kept the momentum with Conner scoring twice early in the third, and Seamus McCartin notching a goal for a 13-3 lead.
“We were pumped up,” Gill said. “The loss before really fueled us.”
The Vikings got two goals back with scores from Brooks and Jarrett Bromwell. The Lions went back up by 10 on consecutive goals by Miller and McCartin for a 15-5 lead. Brooks added another goal for Cambridge-SD before the third quarter ended.
Queen Anne’s began the fourth with three straight scores, the first from Miller and the next two from Marshall Roe for an 18-6 lead.
Brooks notched his fifth goal to cut the deficit to 18-7. Bromwell and Jake Morris rounded out the scoring for the Vikings. Josh Polades also scored in the second quarter for Cambridge-SD.
“Our faceoff guy (Kobi Ruark) got hurt, and Queen Anne’s really took advantage,” said Vikings head coach Steve Hurley. “We were just playing defense too much.
“Queen Anne’s played a good game,” he added. “Hopefully they will be able to do the same thing on Wednesday. They came to play.”
Cambridge-SD the year at 10-4.
Caroline Sports Editor David Insley contributed to
this report. finishes
Queen Anne’s Chris Conner fires a shot and scores Monday against Cambridge-South Dorchester