The Spartans put on a clinic as Bainbridge toppled Tahoma 19-2 in boys lacrosse last week at home.
Jacob Knostman was simply sensational for the Spartans. He nailed the net for six goals and added two assists in the first win of the season for Bainbridge.
The victory improved the Spartans to 1-1-0.
Bainbridge exploded early, and taxed Tahoma with seven unanswered goals in the first quarter.
BHS scored three more in the second to claim a 10-1 advantage going into the intermission.
The Spartan steamroller continued in the third, as Bainbridge flattened the Bears 5-1 in the quarter to enter the fourth with a 15-2 lead. The Spartans added another four goals in the final stanza to seal the score at 19-2.
Dane Weisner, Kaegan Ingrasci, Sean Maier, Ben LaRoche and Jackson Larkin each scored two goals for the Spartans.
Fellow Spartans Greg Shea, Hudson Taylor and Nate Gowdey added one goal each.
Lead scorer Knostman also had three ground balls for Bainbridge. Weisner contributed a ground ball, while Ingrasci added two assists and two ground balls.
Maier finished with one assist, LaRoche added four ground balls, Larkin had two ground balls, Shea notched four assists, and Reynolds Yarbrough finished with a ground ball and three saves.
Taylor and Gowdey scored the only goals for the Bears, who dropped to 0-2 on the season with the loss.