Steve McClain scored six goals and assisted on two Saturday while leading Lampeter-Strasburg past Wyoming Area, 15-8, in a Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association Class 2A boys lacrosse state quarterfinal.
The game matched two teams that were each playing in the state quarterfinals for the first time.
Lampeter-Strasburg, the District 3 runner-up, opened leads of 8-2 at halftime and 14-4 after three quarters before the Blue Knights cut into the final margin.
Matt Swartz scored four goals for Wyoming Seminary. Xander Beaulac added two. Jack Herron and Matt Swartz each provided a goal and two assists.
Gabe DeLuna and Richie DeLuna each handled eight groundballs.
McClain got help from his teammates.
Barrett Denlinger added five goals and two assists while Colin Sullivan had three goals and three assists for Lampeter-Strasburg (16-2).
Wyoming Seminary had a 12-game winning streak ended and finished its season 17-3.
The Blue Knights finished the season as the top-ranked team in the Riverfront Sports Boys Lacrosse Power Rankings of District 2 teams. Wyoming Seminary was a Wyoming Valley Conference tri-champion and champion of District 2 Class 2A.
The Wyoming Seminary boys were the last District 2 lacrosse team active this season.