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Scholastic wrap: EA boys edge Haverford School in four OTs; EA girls rout Baldwin, Springfield-D topples Harriton

Tuesday, 14th April 2009

Categories Boy's/Men's, Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 4/14/09

Cody Isdander scored with 43 seconds left in the fourth overtime to give visiting Episcopal Academy a stunning 5-4 victory over Haverford School today in Inter-Ac League boys’ lacrosse.

Isdaner had two goals and an assist and Brit Potter had three goals and an assist while goalie Matt lerman was brilliant with 16 saves for EA (7-3, 2-1).

Carl Walrath led the Fords (6-6, 0-2, ranked ninth in PA Media Rankings) with two goals while Chris Hupfeldt and Brent Tomlinson added one apiece. Will Horrocks and Liam O’Connor each had an assist for Haverford, which dropped its fourth straight game.

Radnor 14, Lower Merion 4

Matt Cherry collected four goals and two assists and Will Lawlor had three goals while Zach Donnelly had two goals and two assists and Jeff Puckette added two goals and one assist for the Red Raiders (6-2, 3-1, ranked eighth in PA Media Rankings) in the Central League win.

Jordan Berstein and John Dougherty each had a goal and an assist and Spencer Lussier scored once for Radnor. Cole Yeager was again dominant at the face-off X, winning 17 of 18 draws.

Springfield-Delco 13, Harriton 5

John Cugini had four goals and Josh Cavanaugh, Billy McCullough and Bobby Gildea added two apiece as the Cougars (9-0, 4-0, ranked third in PA Media Rankings) stayed perfect. Larry McLaughlin, Keith James and Joe Venit all scored once. Zack Fink led Harriton with two goals and one assist while Rob Schwab had two goals.

Ridley 10, Haverford High 4

Sean Kane and Mike Greco each scored three goals for the Green Raiders in the Central League win.

Conestoga 19, Upper Darby 1

Zach Jacobs had three goals and two assists and thirteen different players scored as the Pioneers (9-0, 3-0) rolled in the Central League.Tanner Scott and Mike Ackerman each scored twice while Ryan Buttonbaum and Travis Armiger combined to win 23 of 24 face-offs. Andy Mardinley scored for UD and Dillon Burke made 11 saves.

Central Bucks West 11, Hatboro Horsham 9

Shane Opperman and Jack Firriolo had three goals each and Scott Wilbur added two goals and an assist for the Bucks in their Suburban One Continental Conference win.

Chris Pianko (two assists), Dan Munsell (one assist) and Jon Hoynak (one assist) also scored and goalie Will Ferguson had 10 saves in the fourth quarter to preserve the win. Ryan Kreston led HH with five goals and one assist while Eddie Coombs had two goals and two assists and Jarrett Carr and John Rombach had one goal and one assist apiece.

Wissahickon 19, Cheltenham 1

Shane Ziegler scored four goals and Garrett Rosiek added two goals and three assists as the Trrojans (4-4, 3-1) cruised to the Suburban one American Conference win.

Wissahickon: Shane Ziegler 4g; Garrett Rosiek 2g 3a; AJ Anderson 2g; Jeff Gebert 2g; 1a; AJ Simanglatt 1g 1a; Tyler Crothers 1g; Dan Bowman 2g. Sean Smith (4 saves)

Garnet Valley 8, Strath Haven 7

Sean Simyrl and Mike Montella scored twice for the Jaguars (5-5, 2-2) in the Central League win. Dave Alyanakian had three goals and three assists and Mark Dolphin added two goals for the Panthers (4-4, 3-1).

Downingtown East 14, West Chester East 5

Shane Sturgis scored four goals while Rocco Piliero and Ken Maas had three each for the Cougars (8-1, 4-0, ranked sixth in PA media Rankings) in the showdown of Ches-Mont League unbeatens. Taylor Nelson had a goal and three assists and Eric Swartz had two goals and one assist. Sean Mulqueen, Greg Jasper, Mike Brennan, Josh Becker, and Mason Poli starred on defense for the Cougars.

Chris McCormick had three goals for East (Ranked fifth in PA Rankings), which fell to 7-1 and 2-1.

Great Valley 9, Bayard Rustin 5

Campbell Armstrong scored four goals to lead the Patriots to the Ches-Mont win.

Shipley 5, Wyoming Seminary 4

Julius Mouser had the game-winner and scored three goals for the Gators.

George School 10, Perk School 6

Dave Foppert had five goals to lead GS.

Avon Grove 11, Kennett 4

Tim Golder pumped in four goals to lead the Devils to the Ches-Mont victory.


Springfield-Delco 13 Harriton 9

Lindsey Kennedy scored four goals, Val Paolucci had three goals and two assists and Shannon Burns added three goals to lift the Cougars (7-2, 3-1) to the Central League win. Madison Poplawski, Lindsey Mace and Sammie Tulskie also scored for Springfield.

Harriton (8-2, 2-2) got a brilliant performance by Carli Sukonic, whop pumped in seven goals. Jess Rothstein added a goal and two assists and Laura Walzer had one goal for the Rams. Jackie Marshall posted 14 saves for Harriton, which got as close as 11-9 in the second half.

Strath Haven 21, Garnet Valley 9

Annalise Penikis had eight goals and three assists while Emily Garrity collected five goals and three assists and Ana White had five goals and two assists for the Panthers (7-0, 4-0). Caroline Murphy had a strong defensive game. Halley Barnes led GV with three goals and Tori Mitros and AnnaElise Morello added two each.

GV: Halley Barnes 3g; Tori Mitros 2 g; AnnaElise Morello 2 g; Jaime Snyder 1 g; Jenna VanWyk 1 g; Kerri Anderson had 6 saves in goal

SH: Annalise Penikis 8g, 3a; Ana White 5g, 2a; Emily Garrity 5g, 3 a; Summer O’Donnell 2 g; Lexi Mazur 2 a; Julie Hayward 1 g. Olivia Kerrigan (6 saves)

Penncrest 15, Marple Newtown 12

Nicole Lord had four goals while Marissa Restaino and Caroline Moore had three apiece to lead the Lions to the Central League win. Melanie Sarcinello led the Tigers with six goals.

Radnor 20, Lower Merion 0

Amalia Antonoplos had four goals while Sam Ellis, Courtney Campbell, kelyn freedman and Ali Kelly had three apiece to lead the Red Raiders to the easy Central League win.

Episcopal Academy 21, Baldwin School 9

Avery Curley had five goals, two assists and nine groundballs, Taylor Trimble had four goals, one assist and nine groundballs and Megan Spagnola added three goals, two assists and seven groundballs to lead EA (9-2, 4-0)  to the key Inter-Ac League win.

The win kept EA, ranked No. 3 in the PA Media Lacrosse Rankings, atop the Inter-Ac. Baldwin, No. 6 in the Media Rankings, fell to 4-1 and 2-1.

Sammi Arbitman added three goals and an assist and Alexa Buckley had two goals, two assists and nine groundballs for Episcopal. Kate Ivory contributed one goal, one assists, five draw controls and 14 groundballs and while sophomore Blake McHugh and Katie Fell each scored once.

Heading up the defense were Ashley McCormick (two draw controls), Claire McManus (two interceptions), Hallie Snyder (one interception), sophomore Allie Clark (one draw control) and goalie Caitlin Powers (six saves)

Maggie Mae Shields led the Bears with five goals while Stephanie Salvitti, Jennie Wigrizer, Hilary Gray and Emily Acker each scored once. Sloan Warren had an assist and goalie Ali Pedersen made six saves.

Henderson 11, Bishop Shanahan 8

Nicole Pyle scored four goals and Theresa Gunta, Lauren Glassey and Katelyn Fay added two each to pace the Warriors to the Ches-Mont League National Conference win. Meredith Kelly also scored for Henderson.

Hannah Goforth led the Eagles with four goals while Liz Duke added two goals and Gina Eberwien had a goal and an assist. Colleen Holmes scored once and Jackie Donato had two assists while Kelly Meehan and Sarah Iberguen each had one assist.

Unionville 14, Downingtown West 9

Lindsey Smith had three goals and three assists and Julie Moran tallied three goals to help the Indians (8-1, 4-0, ranked fifth in PA Media Rankings) claim the Ches-Mont League win.  Melissa Lloyd had 12 saves while Jamie Moran and Amy Donovan played solid defense and Lizzy Carney was strong at midfield.

Jamie Tabor and Casey Kellogg each had two goals for the Whippets.

Uv: Julie Moran 3 g; Lindsey Smith 3g, 3a; Lizzy Carney 2g, 1a; Erica Midiri 2g, 2a; Kathleen Insetta 1g, 2a; Jill Murray 1g, 3a; Erin Linthicum 1g; Julie Truluck 1g;

DW: Jamie Tabor 2g, 2a; Casey Kellogg 2g, 1a; Morgan Obendorfer 2g;  S. Pirri 1g; M LaBricciosa 1g.  Goalies: E Murdaugh 4 s; C Washington 2 s.

Germantown Friends 11, Shipley 9

Lydia Kring fired in seven goals as the Tigers (3-2, 1-0) won their Friends Schools League opener.

Upper Dublin 17, Central Bucks West 7

Amy Cross and Kathleen Speese each scored five goals for the Cardinals.

Archbishop Carroll 19., St. Hubert 3

Meg McKee had four goals and Genni Hull had three goals and an assist to lead the Vikings to an easy Catholic League victory.

Meg McKee 4g; Genni Hull 3g, 1a; Aimee Gennaro 2g, 1a; Maggie Mauer 2g; Hannah Schmitt 2g, 1a; Amanda Salata 1g, 2a;  Kait Harris 1g; Nicole Goff 1g; Caitlin McNichol 1g; Jamie DePetris 1g, 1a; Isabel Stanish 1g. Goalie Nora McGeever (1 save).

Bayard Rustin 18, Great Valley 8

Leana Brewer poured in seven goals and Carolyn Adams added five as the Golden Knights (7-1, ranked seventh in PA Media Rankings) dealt the Pats (7-1, ranked fourth in PA media Rankings) their first loss of the year in a Ches-Mont League American Conference showdown.

Downingtown East 12, West Chester East 5

Ally Poli led the Cougars with four goals in the Ches-Mont National win.



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