Cole Egersheim and Hayden Hulme combined for 10 goals on Friday night, leading the Jonathan Law boys lacrosse team to a 15-2 home-field Southern Connecticut Conference win over Wilbur Cross of New Haven.

Egersheim also added three assists, as the Lawmen improved to 3-4 and snapped a three-game losing streak.

Jack Bombace added two goals for Law, which out shot the Governors 34-15.

Cross, which is winless after six games, got goals from Liam Malmquist and Sean Ortiz.

Tanner Georgelos and Pat Caron combined to make three saves for Law.

"We played very well in two of those three losses and it was nice to get a win tonight," said Law coach Mike Forget. "We're trying to stay on track and qualify for the postseason. That's always been our goal. This was a game that we needed to win, but we knew that they had some players who could hurt us with their speed."