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Temecula's Chaparral Pumas fall to VC Jaguars



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Trying to break free the ball from the Chaparral Puma is Jaguars Matt LaFevre (#9) and Austin Halligan (#6).
April 30, 2014
Valley Center boys' varsity lacrosse were hitting on all cylinders in Friday nights battle as they hosted the Pumas from Chaparral High School. The contest was completely dominated by the Valley Center team who won 14-4.

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Valley Center Coach Robert Talley confers with his players during the halftime break.
Valley Center's overall record stands at 12-2-1, with their league standing of 5-1-1.

"The team is realizing their full potential and can-do spirit," Coach Robert Talley said. "All the players have been doing a tremendous job and each member fully understands what is expected. Defensively they have really come together."

Despite every effort to score against the Jaguars, the Pumas remained throughout the game completely frustrated in their efforts. The next three games will be with Mt. Carmel on April 30, Canyon Crest Academy on May 6, both home games, and May 9 with San Marcos at San Marcos.

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Michael Robledo