Revolution scored two late goals to beat Atlantic in boys 15U lacrosse championship game.

The Camden-area team known as Revolution defeated the Milton-area team called Atlantic 8-7 to win the
Boys U15, Midstates lacrosse championship, Thursday night at Wesley College.
The Revolution trailed 7-6 with about five minutes remaining, but posted two quick goals to take the advantage and the championship. The tying goal was scored by Noah Longest, with an assist from Bradley Santore.
The winning goal was scored, unassisted, by Robbie Mason.
"This was a very exciting, well-played game," said Head Coach Paul Falconetti, "Both teams played extremely well, and we were fortunate to come away with the championship," he said.
The Revolution team consists of boys throughout Kent County Delaware, who play for Camden Midstate Lacrosse Clubs. Atlantic is a feeder team Cape Henlopen High School.
Falconetti said his players had a stellar lacrosse season, finishing with at 7-0 record.
The coach said the team is led by captains: Robbie Mason (attack), Jake Pangle (mid-fielder), Jared Wagenhoffer (long pole mid-fielder), Jake Davis (defensemen), and Jake Mollohan (defensemen), "These kids motivate and drive their teammates, bringing the best out of them."
"The vast majority of our kids (seventh and eighth graders), will be playing lacrosse at Caesar Rodney High School, Dover High School or Polytech High School," said League coordinator Bill McPhail. "Our kids are not only talented and athletic, but they all have outstanding character and have the best sportsmanship. This is a credit to their parents and coaches, reflecting positively on our communities and schools here in Kent County," he said.
The CMSLC is a member of the Eastern Shore Youth Lacrosse Association. CMSLC is a travel league that plays teams across the Eastern Shore including Kent County, Salisbury, Dorchester, Caroline, Atlantic, Talbot, and Beach Lacrosse.