The Washington Stealth powered to a full-game lead in the National Lacrosse League West with an 11-8 win over the Minnesota Swarm at Comcast...

EVERETT — The Washington Stealth powered to a full-game lead in the National Lacrosse League West with an 11-8 win over the Minnesota Swarm at Comcast Arena on Sunday.

Rhys Duch had a goal and five assists to move past 400 career points for the Stealth (6-4), which earned its second consecutive win over a West Division opponent. Washington sits ahead of both Edmonton (5-5) and Calgary (5-5).

Stealth goaltender Tyler Richards finished with 43 saves on 51 shots for a .843 save percentage.