2 MSD Lacrosse Players Record 100th Career Goal; 3 Basketball Players Selected to All-Star Game
Darren Edenbaum and Taylor McGovern. {MSD Lacrosse}

By: Matt Rothman

Marjory Stoneman Douglas star lacrosse players Darren Edenbaum and Taylor McGovern recorded their 100th career goals this season.

Edenbaum recorded this milestone, playing in only 29 games, and was able to score it against Kings Academy.

“It was such a great accomplishment for me,” Edenbaum said. “Scoring that goal felt so good because having my family there meant so much to me, and I’m happy they were there for that big moment. Many more goals to come.”

Edenbaum had 51 goals this year, setting the school record for most goals in a season at MSD. Head Coach Phillip Locke calls Edenbaum a great player that always wants to score goals.

Darren Edenbaum Records 100th Career Goal for Marjory Stoneman Douglas Lacrosse
Darren Edenbaum {Courtesy}

“There are even a few other teammates that he has been playing with since kindergarten, and they don’t even have to speak when running plays,” Locke said.” We definitely all celebrated when he hit that 100th career goal.”

Locke’s primary focus is trying to turn the Eagles’ season around. MSD is currently 2-7 this year and has four more regular season games before the start of the District Tournament. Their next game will be on March 28 against Cardinal Newman High School.

2 Marjory Stoneman Douglas Lacrosse Stars Score 100th Career Goal
Taylor McGovern. {Courtesy}

McGovern scored her 100th career goal in her 35th varsity game. She has scored 50 goals this season and has helped lead MSD to a record of 7-2.

“I think it showed me that all the work I have put in these past three years is finally starting to pay off,” Mcgovern said. “I’m really happy to be playing for this team, and I love all the girls I play with. They all motivate me to be better, and I can’t wait for the rest of the season.

The girls’ team plays on Monday, March 27, against Wellington High School at 5 p.m.

“The girls are playing amazing and able to make great adjustments as needed during these games,” Said Head Scott Iardella. “They play hard. and they are playing as a team, the way it should be.”

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Matt Rothman
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Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism and then graduated from the University of Florida as a graduate student.
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