Heading into Monday's game with a 4-2 record, the Seton-LaSalle girls lacrosse team has had more than its share of close calls.
The Rebels opened the season with a 12-9 Class 2A Section 2 victory over Moon. Then came an 8-5 non-section loss to Bethel Park and a 15-6 section victory over 2016 WPIAL Division 1 finalist Chartiers Valley.
The Rebels' two most recent games were enough to give coach Brian Klisavage some gray hairs as the Rebels first edged 2016 WPIAL Division 2 champion Blackhawk, 7-6 in overtime, and then suffered a heart-stopping 10-9 double-overtime loss to unbeaten Quaker Valley.
Following this past Monday's 14-1 victory over section rival South Fayette, the Rebels are idle until Monday's game against visiting Trinity. Later this week, the Rebels host non-section rival Ellis School on Thursday before heading to York County on Saturday for two games with Susquehannock and Red Lion. Those two games likely will give the Rebels a good look at how the game is played by schools in Eastern Pa.