The first two Baltimore City boys lacrosse championship games -- both featuring Poly and Northwestern -- were tightly contested with each team coming away with a title.
The third time around on Tuesday didn't have the same down-to-the-wire drama.
With an explosive attack and strong defense, Poly comfortably beat Northwestern. The Engineers got a six-goal, two-assist performance from junior Raamah Harcum and goalie Michael Brown turned back 14 shots as the Engineers came away with a 17-3 win over Northwestern for their second title in three years.
Last year, Northwestern claimed Baltimore City bragging rights with an overtime win.
Poly, which is 10-2 this season, also got big offensive games from Steven Roberts (four goals, two assists), Isaiah Stewart (three goals, two assists) and Bernard Lea (three goals, one assist), while defensemen Brandon Boone and Adrian Davis slowed down Northwestern's attack.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun