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Scholastic wrap: EA boys split in Maryland, Haverford School, LM, Springfield-Delco win; Harriton girls roll

Saturday, 21st March 2009

Categories Boy's/Men's, Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 3/21/09

Johnny Gormley scored on a full length clear in overtime to lift Episcopal Academy to a thrilling 8-7 victory Saturday over Archbishop Curley (Md.) in a consolation game at a tournament at Archbishop Spalding (Md.).

EA (1-1) dropped its opener, 7-5, to Landon, despite a brilliant effort by senior goalie Matt Lerman (21 saves). Cody Isdaner had four goals and an assist in each game and Gormley added a goal and an assist in the first game while Britt Potter had two goals and an assist in the consolation win.

Haverford School 13, Seneca Valley 6

Colton Growney (one assist) and Joe O’Rourke had three goals each and Will Horrocks dished off four assists to lead the Fords (2-1). Grove Stewart and Carl Walrath each had a goal and an assist for Haverford while Hup Hupfeldt, Liam O’Connor Brendan McGrath, Brent Tomlinson and Matt Walters scored once each.

Tyler Bond had three goals to lead Seneca Valley, which is listed as a team to watch in the Pennsylvania Lacrosse Media Rankings.

Lower Merion 20, Spring-Ford 10

Matt Dilks had a brilliant day with seven goals and three assists while Andrew Mongeluzzi amassed six goals and three assists to lead the Aces. Jordan Wolf added four goals and two assists and Jack Morrison tallied two goals and one assist. Senior Cody Hornung and sophomore Hank Altschuler teamed up for 14 saves in the goal.

Tyler Novotny led the Rams with five goals and three assists.

Springfield-Delco 10, C.B. East 7

Colin Keegan had three goals and three assists, Bobby Gildea added three goals and two assists and Jordan Demcher had two goals and two assists for the host Cougars (2-0). Josh Cavanaugh contributed a goal and two assists while John Cuguni scored once while Austin Kaut made 11 saves.

Boys’ Latin (Md.) 15, Hill School 5

Eric Davidheiser notched two goals for The Hill.

Calvert Hall (Md.) 9, Malvern Prep 3

JK Poirier, Bobby Hill and Steven Dunn scored for the Friars (0-1) while Andrew O’Connell made seven saves in goal.

Chestnut Hill Academy 8, Nazareth High 2

Pete Adubato scored three goals and Evan Booker added two for the Hillers.

Holy Ghost Prep 20, Harry S Truman 1

Colin Becker amassed six goals and three assists while Andrew Cacchio had four goals and two assists and Nick Moses had three goals for the Firebirds.

Downingtown East 9, Hempfield 6

Dan Higgins scored four goals and Eric Sanders tallied three for the Cougars.

Henderson 11, Central Bucks West 9

Ethan Heisman scored five goals for Henderson (2-0). Scott Wilbur had a pair for the Bucks.

Loyola-Blakefield (Md.) 6, Radnor 2

Zack Donnelly and Jeff Puckette scored for the Red Raiders, who trailed only 3-2 after three periods. Beau Brady (four saves) and Blake Middendorf (five saves) split time in goal.

Lampeter-Strasburg 12, Bayard Rustin 11


Harriton 21, Chichester 7

Carli Sukonik scored five goals while Jess Rothstein and Laura Walzer added four each to pace the Rams (2-0) to the win. Chrissy Pasquariello added three goals for Harriton while Jess Schwab had two goals and two assists, Allison Wortley had two goals and Betsy Hurtado had a goal and five assists.

Episcopal Academy 13, Episcopal High, Va. 2

Alexa Buckley amassed five goals and an assist while Avery Curley and Taylor Trimble had three goals each and Megan Spagnola and Sammi Arbitman each scord two for EA (2-0).

Germantown Academy goes 4-1 in California

The Patriots had a strong day in the 6th Annual Sun, Surf and Stix Invitational at Westview High School in San Diego. The Pats defeated Poway HS, 9-6, Scripps Ranch HS, 14-9,, and St. Margaret’s, 13-3, in opening-round games before topping La Jolla HS, 12-6, in the semifinals. GA fell in the finals to Cornado HS, 12-10. Kate Henrich led GA with 14 goals and 10 assists on the day.

Great Valley 18, Phoenixville 6

Megan Greaves and Colleen O’Malley had four goals apiece for Great Valley.



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