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Another day at the Beach; Kings drill Oilers 12-4

Junior attackman Casey Mix opened the scoring for CDM early in the first quarter and ended the day with an assist to sophomore midfielder Jay Damon with five and a half minutes remaining in the game. With those two plays, Mix provided both the catalyst and the exclamation point to the Sea Kings' impressive12-4 win at Huntington Beach.

"It was fitting that Casey was involved in the first and last goal of the day," CDM head coach G.W. Mix commented. "He was a big part of the offense today and provided a spark for us whenever we needed it."

Mix finished the day as CDM's leading scorer with three goals and two assists. In addition to Mix's performance, Michael Keasey (Sr/Midfield) had four goals on the day. He was a continuous threat all game, for which Huntington had no defensive answer.

In addition to Keasey and Mix, CDM got three goals from senior attackman Hunter Molnar, a goal and an assist from Jack Ortlieb (Jr/Attack) and the closing tally from Jay Damon (So/Midfield).

After CDM jumped out to a quick two goal lead on goals from Mix and Molnar, the Oilers answered with 4:34 remaining in the first quarter. Michael Keasey quickly answered that thirty seconds later and Huntington never got any closer. The Kings earned a 6-1 lead by halftime, increase the lead to 9-2 at the end of three, and outscored the home team 3-2 in the final period.

The defense played extremely well, holding Huntington to just one goal in the first thirty-four minutes of action. Despite an unusual number of man-down situations (6 penalties for a total of 5:30), the Kings gave up just one man-up goal to the Oilers in the final 1:41 of the game.

"I thought our defensive unit played great. We moved them around quite a bit all day and they responded well to the different challenges we gave them. Hugh Crance did an unbelievable job at the face-off x when we called on him. Fish (Erik Fisher) was great on the wings. Matt (Matt English) and Cruiser (Connor Cruse) made big plays when we needed them and Frasier (Frasier Anderson) and Psycho (Kyle Sherburne) are quickly becoming fantastic lacrosse players."

Michael Ortlieb recorded nine saves, allowing just four goals (.692%).

With the win, the Sea Kings improve to 17-0 (8-0 PCL) with two Pacific Coast League games remaining in the regular season.

CDM travels to University High School on Monday at 4:45 PM, then returns home on Wednesday at 3:15 PM to face Beckman in the regular season finale.