Slicing the golf ball into the rough or giving up a goal isn't the worst thing in the world. Unfortunately, White has been to that dark place. He lost his mom, Sandy to breast cancer when he was 13 years old. He moved in with his dad and step mom, changing school districts to Corning East, where his lacrosse skills blossomed. The game and his teammates have always been his escape, the crease a safe haven. His style is peaceful, subdued and minimalistic. On Sunday, after a handshake with Stover at the logo at midfield, he will lumber back toward his crease, tap the pipes with his stick and point to the sky to acknowledge Sandy.