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Scholastic wrap: Emmaus boys win LVC crown; GA edges Penn Charter to adance to Inter-Ac tournament

Thursday, 14th May 2009

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/14/09

    Mic Debellis scored six goals and Dan Kinek had four goals and two assists as Emmaus throttled Easton, 16-5, Wednesday to claim the Lehigh Valley Conference boys’ championship at Nazareth High.

    Will Scott added one goal and five assists for the Green Hornets (16-4) while Dan Zagnoli made 10 saves. Emmaus led just, 6-4, at halftime, but scored 10 unanswered goals to break the game open. Emmaus earns the top seed and a bye for the District 11 tournament, which begins next week.

    Matt Michael and Chrs Varella each had two goals for the Red Rovers (13-6).

Emmaus 4-2-5-5 – 16

Easton 2-2-0-1 – 5

    Emmaus: Mic Debellis 6g, 1a; Dan Kinek 4g,2a; Will Scott 1g, 5a; Alex Kuehner 2g; Nick Skawski 1g; John McGeary 1g; Tate Klidonas 1g. Dan Zagnoli 10 saves

    Easton; Matt Michael 2g; Ryan Weiss 1g, 1a; Chris Varella 2g; Cody Meuser 1a; Ryan Scott 1a. Luke Snyder 7 saves.

Germantown Academy 5, Penn Charter 4, OT

    Zach Zappala scored the game-winner on a man-up opportunity in overtime and Beau Jones had the game-tying goal and tallied three overall as the Pats rallied for the victory and a berth in the Inter-Ac League tournament.

    GA (6-11) was down, 4-2, in the final quarter, but Jones eventually tied it with 2:44 left in regulation. Reid Weber also scored for the Pats and Steve Oppenheimer made 12 saves in goal.

    Grant Guyer led PC (6-14) with two goals. GA advances to meet No. 1 seed Haverford School Friday at 5 p.m. at Cabrini College.

Malvern Prep 10, Lawrenceville (NJ) 6

    The Friars (10-8) warmed up for the Inter-Ac League tournament by claiming an impressive victory over the Big Red (12-5).

    Ryan Creighton and Harte Thompson each scored three goals for Malvern Prep and Conor Steidle scored twice while Wills Curley was strong in the cage with 12 saves. Bobby Hill and Steve Dunn each scored once as the Friars won their fifth straight game. They meet Episcopal Academy at 6:30 Friday in the league semifinals at Cabrini College.

Upper Darby 14, Cardinal O’Hara 4

Girls

Jenkintown 16, Lower Moreland 7

    Anika Ross scored four goals and Karly Eyre had three goals and an assist as the Drakes earned the non-league win.

Archbishop Ryan 11, Bishop McDevitt 4
Kennedy-Kenrick 13, Conwell-Egan 3

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