SMITHSBURG -- Junior midfielder Cullan Ganley scored four of his five goals in the first half, and Smithsburg's boys lacrosse team rolled to a 16-2 win over South Hagerstown at Coach Carroll Reid Field on Tuesday.
Ganley notched two goals in the first quarter as the Leopards (5-6) took a 3-1 lead. Ganley added two more goals in the second quarter to help Smithsburg build an 8-2 halftime advantage over the Rebels (0-9).
"At the beginning of the game, I was just trying to see where the weak spots were on defense," Ganley said. "Then I was just trying to get up on them quick. My teammates are helping open up spaces for me and they are able to get me the ball. After that, I am able to get my goals."
Ganley added a goal and three assists in the second half.
Smithsburg stretched its lead to 13-2 by the end of the third quarter.