That’s one way for you to get your first NLF National Championship.
NLF founding member Baltimore Crabs fell into an early hole, but Ryan McClernan‘s group came roaring back. Fueled by an early third-quarter five-goal-in-five-minutes run, the Crabs upended the Team 91 Long Island Bandits, 13-8, to bring home the Crabs’ first NLF National Championship. Ohio State commit Caleb Fyock (St. John’s, D.C.), the NLF’s No. 11 rising senior, was brilliant in the cage for the Crabs. Fellow future Buckeye Jackson Walsh (Boys’ Latin, Md.) paced an explosive midfield-driven Crabs offense.
We’ll have plenty more coverage over the next week, but until then, check out the game highlights from Mike Flanagan.