Stephen Aitken had four goals and an assist while Chris Hupfeldt, Brent Tomlinson and Carl Walrath each scored two goals as host Haverford School handled Penn Charter, 14-7, today in Inter-Ac League boys’ lacrosse.
The win raised Haverford School’s mark to 12-7 overall and 4-2 in the Inter-Ac. Shane Carr led the Quakers (4-10, 1-4) with three goals.
Haverford: Stephen Aitken 4G, 1A; Chris Hupfeldt 2G; Carl Walrath 2G; Brent Tomlinson 2G; Matt Walters 1G, 1A; Liam O’Connor 1G, 1A; Brendan McGrath 1G; Joe O’Rourke 1G; Will Horrocks 1A; Wills Miller 1A; Bill Annesley 1A; Joe McCallion 1A.
Penn Charter: Carr 3G; Grabowski 2G, 1A; White 1G; Martino 1G.McVeigh 2A; Carty 1A.
Episcopal Academy 11, Germantown Academy 7
The Churchmen (11-6, 5-2) kept their hold on first place in the Inter-Ac, bolting to an 8-2 halftime lead to avenge a 3-2 loss to the Patriots two days earlier.
Wissahickon 18, Norristown 0
Senior Jack Hunsicker scored four goals and the Trojans (9-7, 8-4) toasted Senior Night with a shutout, their fourth of the year. The team’s only other seniors, AJ Simanglatt (three goals) and Nick Scannapieco (one goal), also scored.
Wissahickon: Jack Hunsicker 4g; AJ Simanglatt 3g; Jeff Gebert 3g; Shane Ziegler 2g; 1a; Pat Delaney 2g; Ward McMasters 1g; Nick Scannapieco 1g; Brian Frankenfield 1g 2a; Steve Carrozza 1g 1a; Garrett Rosiek 3a; Beau Gomez 1a;. Sean Smith 8 saves, Eric Schwemmer 1 save
Upper Merion 16, Upper Moreland 1
Nate Hare had four goals and two assists and Jamie Crymes had four goals while Heath Kupecki had two goals and six assists to lead the Vikings (12-2, 9-2).
Upper Moreland: Brandon Arizini 1G; Talon Blickley 1A. Max Schubert 25 saves, Nick DeBalko 1 save.
Upper Merion: Nate Hare 4G 2A; Jamie Crymes 4G; Heath Kupecky 2G 6A; John Simons 2G 1A; James Brennen 2G; Sean Dugan 1G 2A; Jamie Alexander 1G; Luc Minnich 1A. Conner Crowe 3 saves.
JV – U. Merion 13, Upper Moreland 4
Hatboro-Horsham 11, Central Bucks East 9
The Hatters (12-2, 9-2) drew within a half-game of the Patriots in the Continental Division with the big victory over the Patriots (11-3, 9-1).
Abington 20, Council Rock South 6
The Ghosts (11-3, 8-0) remained undefeated in the National Conference.
Central Bucks West 6, North Penn 5
Upper Dublin 7, Plymouth-Whitemarsh 6 (OT)
Emmaus 17, Easton 8
The Green Hornets (11-3, 8-0) jumped out to a 6-0 lead and coasted to the Lehigh Valley League win. Mic Debellis had five goals and two assists and Tate Klidonas had five goals and one assist while Will Scott contributed three goals and three assists.
Emmaus 4-4-7-2 – 17
Easton 0-2-2-4 – 8
Emmaus: Mic Debellis 5 g 2 a; Tate Klidonas 5 g 1 a; Will Scott 3 g 3 a; Alex Kuehner 1 g 1 a; Ben Sampson 1g; Dan Kinek 2 g 1 a; John McGeary 1 a; Ty Souders 1 a. Dan Zagnoli – 9 saves, Joe Magargal – 0 saves; Tyler Sharesky – 2 saves.
Easton; Matt Michael 1 g 4 a; Ryan Scott 2 g; Chris Varella 1 g; Ryanh Weiss 2 g; Jeremy Swick 1 g; Jason Miranda 1 g; Cody Mueaaser 1 a. Luke Snyder 12 saves
Lansdale Catholic 19, Conwell Egan 4
Liam Malloy had three goals and three assists and Kyle Davis scored three times as 13 different players scored for the Crusaders (11-2, 4-0) in their Catholic League North win. Tim Becht scored three goals for CE.
LC 7 9 0 3 – 19
CE 1 0 1 2 – 4
LC: Liam Malley 3G, 3A; Kyle Davis 3G; Jesse Fields 2G, 1A; Sean Rooney 2G; Chuck Karr 2G; Patrick White 1G,1A, Kevin Edling 1G, 2A; Brendon Eddy 1G; Tom Cleary 1G; Mike Scalfaro 1G; Brian Esterle 1G; Zach Ruch 1G; Kyle Plasha 3A.
CE: Becht 3G; Macencka 1G; Taylor 1A.
Avon Grove 8, Unionville 7, OT
Trevor Hornby (two goals) scored the game-winner 30 seconds into overtime to give the Red Devils (9-5, 5-3) the Ches-Mont win. Hayden Geating led AG with three goals. Nick Bacci scored twice for the Indians (8-4, 5-2) Mike Nowoswiat, Billy Donovan, Richard Kaiser, Austin Girardot and Joe Lisicky alo scored for Uniuonville.
Unionville 1 – 3 – 1 – 2 – 0 7
Avon Grove – 3 – 2 -2 – 0- 1 8
Owen J. Roberts 6, Downingtown West 5
Kohl Batdorf scored three goals and Jordan Hafer added two as the Wildcats finished their regular season with an impressive 16-1 record. They are the No. 1 seed in the Pioneer Athletic Conference playoffs. OJR rallied from a 5-4 deficit with two goals in the final three minutes and Andrew Boyer posted 15 saves for the ‘Cats.
Boyertown 11, Pottsgrove 1
Matt Salvetti had two goals and three assists as the Bears qualified for the Pioneer Athletic Conference playoffs.
St. Joseph’s Prep 16, Archbishop Carroll
Brendan Glynn had four goals and two assists and Cory Scheuerle added three goals as the No. 1 Hawks (9-1, 4-0) coasted to the Catholic League South victory.
Valley Forge MA 17, Kimberton Waldorf 4
Academy New Church 13, Friends’ Central 3
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