Teams on opposite ends of the Major League Lacrosse spectrum met Thursday night in Annapolis.
For the Denver Outlaws, who entered in second place and had clinched one of four playoff spots, the motivation was to secure home-field advantage in the postseason.
For the Chesapeake Bayhawks, who already had been eliminated from playoff contention and were tied for last place, it was strictly a case of playing for pride.
In a nationally televised game, the Outlaws took a big step toward hosting a playoff game at Invesco Field and sent the Bayhawks to a historic low.
Attackman John Grant Jr. had four goals and four assists as Denver built a big first-half lead, then...