Boston Cannons right on target at Harvard Stadium

Local pro lacrosse teams beats the Charlotte Hounds; Mitch Belisle and Max Seibald to retire after home finale Saturday, Aug. 4

Greg Hunnefeld, Raider Times correspondent

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Attackmen James Pannell and Kyle Jackson each had three goals and one assist and Nick Marrocco stopped 21 shots for his first career win to lead the Boston Cannons (4-9) to a 14-7 win over the Charlotte Hounds (7-7) at Harvard Stadium on July 28, 2018.

On Wednesday, the Cannons announced that veteran captains Mitch Belisle and Max Seibald will retire from Major League Lacrosse following the conclusion of their 2018 season this Saturday.

“The impact that Max and Mitch have had in the locker room, field and as captains is remarkable,” head coach Sean Quirk said.

Belisle and Seibald will compete in their last MLL game when the Cannons face the Ohio Machine on Saturday, Aug. 4, at 5 p.m. at Harvard Stadium. For information or tickets, go to http://www.bostoncannons.com/.

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The Cannons’ Sergio Perkovic (16) works on the Hounds’ Will Haus during their MLL game at Harvard Stadium on July 28, 2018.

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The crowd goes wild when a T-shirt is thrown into the Harvard Stadium stands by the Boston Cannons cheerleaders during the MLL game July 28, 2018.

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The Cannons’ Trevor Baptiste (right) runs past the Hounds’ Michael Ehrhardt (left) and a tripping James Barclay during their MLL game at Harvard Stadium on July 28, 2018.

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Brine lacrosse balls scatter Harvard Field before the Boston Cannons and Charlotte Hounds played their MLL game at Harvard Stadium on July 28, 2018. The Cannons won, 14-7.

–Aug. 1, 2018–

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