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Scholastic wrap: GA boys upset Episcopal Academy, 3-2; Hill School, Emmaus, LC roll,

Wednesday, 29th April 2009

Categories Boy's/Men's, Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/29/09

Beau Jones scored the game-winner with 38 seconds to play as host Germantown Academy shocked Episcopal Academy, 3-2, today in Inter-Ac League boys’ lacrosse.

The win created a logjam atop the Inter-Ac as EA – ranked fourth in the PA Media Rankings – fell to 4-2 in the league and 9-6 overall. GA is 1-2 and 5-5. Haverford School (3-2) and Malvern Prep (2-2) also have two losses.

Steve Oppenheimer had a strong game in goal with 12 saves for the Patriots, making a key save on John Gormley in the closing seconds. Andrew Sih also had a clutch goal in the third quarter for GA to tie the game at 2-2. Matt Lerman had nine saves for the Churchmen and Andrew Gordon scored both goals.

Hill School 9, Academy of the New Church 1

Dave Brown and PJ Mara each had two goals and an assists as the Blues (4-6) earned the non-league win. Eric Davidheiser soaked up six ground balls for Hill while Chris Howell won 60 percent of his face-offs and Tyler Himes and Duncan Saunders combined for six saves behind a solid defense.

Emmaus 14, Nazareth 1

Dan Kinek and Mic Debellis each scored three goals and Travis Schmidt added two goals and three assists to lead the Green Hornets to the easy Lehigh Valley League win.

Emmaus 6-4-3-1 – 14

Nazareth 0-1-0-0 -1

Nazareth: Brown 1g; Mitchell 1a; Wedderman 13 saves.

Emmaus: Travis Schmidt 2g 3 a; Tate Klidonas 2 g 1 a; Dan Kinek 3 g 1 a; Mic Debellis 3 g 1 a; Will Kelly 2 g; Jesse Kuehner 1 g; Tyler Kennedy 1 g; Alex Martel 1 a; Will Scott 3 a; Alex Kuener 2 a. Dan Zagnoli 0 saves, Tyler Sharesky 1 save, Joe Magargal 2 saves

Lansdale Catholic 10, Father Judge 1

Jesse Fields scored three goals and Liam Malloy had a goal and four assists to lead the Crusaders to the easy Catholic League win.

LC 2-3-3-2  – 10

FJ 0-0-0-1  -1

LC: Jesse Fields 3 G; Kyle Davis 2 G; Liam Malley 1 G 4 A; Chuck Karr 1 G 2 A; Kyle Plasha 1 G; Devon Barrett 1 G; Sean Rooney 1 G; Brendan Eddy 1 A; Zach Ruch 1 A.. Saves – Bray 4

FJ Mullelly 1 G; Saves – Bach 9

Archbishop Carroll 13, Monsignor Bonner 3

Ryan Flynn pumped in five goals to lead the Patriots to a Catholic League rout.

Archbishop Wood 12, Archbishop Ryan 6

La Salle 17, North Catholic 1

Joe Brown and Christian Cardinal scored five goals each as the No. 2 Explorers (9-3) won their eighth straight game and improved to 2-0 in the Catholic League.

St. Joseph’s Prep 16, Neumann-Goretti 1

The No. 1 Hawks (8-1) improved to 3-0 in the Catholic League South.

Roman Catholic 19, Kennedy-Kenrick 3

Unionville 13, Great Valley 7

The Indians used a 12-2 run to break open the game and earn the Ches-Mont League win. Nick Bacci poured in eight goals for Unionville while Greg Carroll added a pair. Richard Kaiser, Joe Lisicky and Taylor Veins also scored once each. Campbell Armstrong and Eric Gartner each had three goals for Great Valley.

Unionville      2 – 5 – 5 – 1  13

Great Valley 2 – 2 – 1 – 2    7

Spring-Ford 11, Methacton 7

Tyler Novotny scored four goals to lead the Rams to the Pioneer Athletic Conference win.

Upper Dublin 6, Wissahickon 5

Eric Painter made 13 saves in goal as the Cardinals (10-2) improved to 9-0 in the Suburban One American Conference with the key win over the Trojans. Jeff Gebert had a goal and an assst to lead Wissahickon.

Wissahickon: Shane Ziegler 1g; Tom Bracaglia 1g; Jeff Gebert 1g 1a; Brian Frankenfield 1g; Steve Carrozza 1g; AJ Anderson 1a; AJ Simanglatt 1a. Sean Smith 8 saves.

Abington 11, Pennsbury 5

North Penn 8, Pennridge 6

Plymouth Whitemarsh 16, Norristown 3

George School 13, Conwell-Egan 11

Moorestown Friends 6, New Hope-Solebury 5

Girls

Peddie School (NJ) 10, Germantown Academy 9

Kate Henrich had three goals while Maggie Ebbott had two goals and four assists for the Patriots (11-8) in defeat. Allie Henry scored twice for the Jaguars (7-7, 2-6).

GA- Kate Henrich 3g; Olivia Mann 2g; Maggie Ebbott 2g, 4a; Sidney Jacobs 1g; Maggie Sloane 1g.

Peddie- Gabby Horner 5g; Gabby Moise 3g; Rachel Libfraind 1g; Carolyn Garajet 1g.

Harriton 15, Garnet Valley 3

Carli Sukonik erupted for seven goals and Jess Rothstein had three goals and four assists while Jess Schwab had three goals and two assists for the Rams (11-4, 4-4) in their Central League win.

Harriton – Carli Sukonik 7G 1A; Jess Rothstein 3G 4A; Jess Schwab 3G 2A; Laura Walzer 2G; Chrissy Pasquariello 1A.

GV-  Allie Henry 2G; Tori Mitros. 1G.

Haverford 16, Upper Darby 8

Katrina Geiger and Liz Bassani each scored five goals and Sophia Viviani added three for the Fords. Christina Zambrano led the Royals with three goals.

Germantown Friends 13, Springside 6

Iris Williamson had four goals and Samie Francis had egiht saves in goal as the Tigers improved to 9-3 with the non-league win.

Boyertown 22, Perkiomen Valley 4

Lyndsey Babilon scored seven goals and had three assists and Lisa Spitko added five goals and an assist to pace the Bears to the Pioneer Athletic Conference rout. Emily Biesswenger scored all four PV goals.

PV  4 – 0 – 4

BT 14 – 8 – 22

PV: Emily Biesswenger 4g

BT- Lyndsey Babilon 7g, 3a; Lisa Spitko 5g, 1a; Emily Austerberry 4g, 2a; Sam Mazzie 2g, 2a; Rachel Hilbert 1g; Sarah Bennett 1g; Jaime Vincent 1g; Raelynn Mikell 1g.

Pottstown 18, Phoenixville 9

Kierstyn Mock had six goals and three assists and Devon Yocom added four goals and two assists for the Trojans.

Pottsgrove 12, Upper Perkiomen 7

Ashley Delaney and Alexis Glenn bagged hat tricks to lead the Falcons. Leah High scored three for Upper Perk.

Methacton 17, Spring-Ford 12

Maria Numerato and Emily Kellett each had four goals and Abby Devlin added three for the Warriors.

Plymouth Whitemarsh 18, Norristown 9

Meg Piotrowicz and Kelly Moyer each notched five goals and Charlotte Conroy added four to pace the Colonials to the Suburban one American victory. Trisha Taylor led the Eagles with four goals and Shernia Banks added three.

Norristown – Trisha Taylor – 4 goals; Shernai Banks – 3 goals; Jenn Nguyen – 1 goal; Beverly Pate – 1 goal.

PW – Meg Piotrowiez – 5 goals; Kelly Moyer – 5 goals; Charlotte Conroy – 4 goals; Caitlin Mundy – 2 goals; Mollie Getzfried – 1 goal; Hannah Heritage – 1 goal

Abington 17,  Pennsbury 3

Kate Cooper had three goals and Kailee Ashby added two goals and three assists to lead the Ghost to the Suburban National win.

Ab:  Kate Cooper 3 g 1 a; Kailee Ashby 2 g 3 a; Courtney Cox (2 g 1 a); Jen Kitchen (2 g); Carli Fitzgerald (2 g 1 a); Maddy Evans (2 g); Kristen Dunphey (1 g 1 a) ; Molly Seefried (1 g 1 a); Courtney Enderle (1 g 1 a); Caroline Costello (1 g);  Jen Kelly (3 draws, 6 groundballs, 5 caused turnovers;). Alisha Aquilino 6 saves.

North Penn 12, Hatboro-Horsham 5

Maidens coach Jamie Wilus earned her 100th career win as North Penn improved to 14-0 with the Suburban One Continental win. Abbie Hartman collected four goals and four assists and Lauren McDermott scored three goals for the Maidens. Halie Lear added two goals and two assists, Alyssa Culp scored twice and Ali Green had a goal and an assist while Lyndsay Hepler made seven saves.

Lauren Purvis and Sarah Tustin each scored twice for HH while Kristen O’Brien and Nicole Beck had one apiece and Jackie Kimmel made 13 saves.

Upper Dublin 15, Wissahickon 9

Liz Chatburn had four goals and Kelly Cross collected three goals and three asissts to lead the Cardinals to a key Suburban One American Conference win over the Trojans.

Wissahickon: Aubrey Bossert 4g, 1a; Anne Bracaglia 2g, 2a; Natalie Draham 2g;, Samantha Stutman 1a; Ashley Bossert 1a.

Upper Dublin: Liz Chatburn 4g;, Kelly Cross 3g,3a; Amy Cross 3g; Jenn Brannen 2g;, Nikki Harchut 1g,1a; Jordan O’Reilly 1g;, Brooke Callahan 1g.

Shots: W-19, UD-28

Saves: Jessica Scannapieco (W) 11, Janine Rosa (UD) 4.

Central Bucks East 12, Neshaminy 6

Tessa Roedel had four goals and Carly Bitzer added three goals and three assists to lead the Patriots.

Pennridge 11, Central Bucks West 6

Jen Moyer pumped in four goals to lead the Rams. Morgan Ashworth had three for CBW.

Council Rock North 8, Council Rock South 8, 2 OT

Episcopal Academy 22, Merion Mercy 11

Taylor Trimble poured in secen goals and added four assists while Blake McHugh had five goals and two assists to lead EA to the non-league win.

EA: Taylor Trimble (7g,4a,2 ints); Blake McHugh (5g ,2a); Megan Spagnola (3g,1a,5 dc); Avery Curley (2g, 2a, 2 ints); Sammi Arbitman (3g,1a,6 gb); Kate Ivory (2g,2a,2 ints, 6 gb); Caitlin Powers (15 saves); Hallie Snyder (4 gb, 1 dc); Claire MacManus (4 dc).

Cardinal O’Hara 20, Archbishop Prendergast 5

Steph McCoy and Julia Costello each had four goals to lead O’Hara to the Catholic League win.

Archbishop Wood 23, Kennedy-Kenrick 0

Jenn White and Caitlyn McCartney each scored five goals to lead the Vikings to the easy win.

AW – Jenn White 5g; Caitlyn MaCartney 5g; Kristen Rothermal 2g; Courtney Davoli 3g; Nicole Hayes 2g; Aubrie Ahrens 1g; Alyssa Andress 1g; Hayley Oczowlski 1g Dana Roessler 1g; Alex Baldassare 1g; Christine Loughane 1g. Saves: Emily Hutson (AW) 3; Ashly Hayes (K-K) 8

Conwell-Egan 15, Bishop McDevitt 2

Kate Ryan scored five goals for CE.

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