Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/6/09
Andrew Sih had two goals and two assists and Noah Kennedy won it with 2:34 to play as host Germantown Academy rallied for a 5-4 triumph over Wissahickon today in non-league boys’ lacrosse action.
Reid Weber and Beau Jones also scored for the Patriots (3-2), who tariled 3-1 at halftime. Steve Oppenheimer made eight saves in goal. Jeff Gebert led the Trojans (3-3) with two goals while Steve Carrozza, AJ Simanglatt and Shane Ziegler scored once each and Sean Smith made nine saves.
Conestoga 11, Abington 3
Paul Mita had two goals and two assists and Zach Jacobs added a pair of goals and one assist as the host and top-ranked team in the state Media Rankings improved to 8-0. Goalies Nick Shea (2 saves) and Peter Zonino (4 saves) shared the goaltending chores.
Ryan Ambler, Dan Lomady and Greg Hill scored once each for the Ghosts and Jon Cairone (17 saves) was superb in the cage.
Easton 8, Unionville 6
Chris Varela scored four goals and Matt Michael had a goal and four assists while Lukas Snyder posted 13 saves in goal as the host Red Rovers (5-1) of District 11 toppled the No. 9 team in the Media Rankings for PIAA schools. Ryan Scott added two goals, including the game-winner with 1:50 to play on a man-up opportunity for Easton while Nick Bacci had three goals and Richard Kaiser had two for the Indians (5-2).
Strath Haven 7, Haverford High 2
Mike Varga scored three goals while Dave Alyanakian had a goal and three assists and Wil Torrence made 13 saves for the Panthers (4-2, 3-0) in the Central League win. Vinnie Milone, Pat Fisher and Nick DeCindis each scored once and strong defense was turned in by Nick Thompson. Mike Leyden led the Fords with two goals and goalie Jim Mckenna had 10 saves.
Central Bucks West 12, Central Bucks South 2
Jon Hoynak netted four goals and Scott Wilbur had three goals and two assists to lead the Bucks to the Suburban One Continental Conference win. Andrew McNally, Shane Opperman and Dan Munsell each had a goal and an assist while Jack Firriolo, Chris Pianko and Tanner Barbon each scored once. Goalies Will Ferguson (11 saves) and Jake Ross (8 saves) combined for 19 saves.
CB South got goals from Conor Searles and Dan Adams and two assists from Kevin Sondershaffer.
Owen J. Roberts 16, Perk Valley 1
Charlie Stein, Connor Kelly, Billy Higgins, Kyle Batdorf and Jordan Hafer led a balanced attack with two goals each as the Wildcats (8-1, 5-0) rolled in the Pioneer Athletic Conference. Justin Morgan scored the PV goal and Kevin Krasley (21 saves) was strong in defeat.
Spring-Ford 13, Pottsgrove 1
Tyler Novotny pumped in six goals to pace the Rams (6-1, 4-0 ) to the PAC-10 triumph. Colton Szostek added three goals and Mark Console had two.
Episcopal Academy-Penn Charter game changes today to EA
Today’s Inter-Ac league contest between Penn Charter and Episcopal Academy has been moved from PC to EA’s turf field. Start time is 4 p.m.
Garnet Valley 11, Interboro 9
Tori Mitros had four goals and two assists and Allie Henry scored three times to lead the Jaguars past the Bucs in a non-league game. AnnaElise Morello added two goals for Garnet Valley while Halley Barnes and Natalie Lang each had one and Kerri Anderson made five saves.
Steph Parcell led Interboro with five goals, Danielle Haney had three and Ali Killian added one goal and one assist. Danielle Owen sparkled in the cage with16 saves.
Unionville 13, Penncrest 3
Julie Trulick had four goals and an assist and Erica Midiri added three goals and two assists as the Indians improved to 6-1 with the non-league win. The game was called with 4:51 to play due to poor field conditions.
Lindsey Smith (one assist) and Kathleen Insetta each had two goals for Unionville and Julie Moran (two assists) and Jill Murray (one assist) had a goal each. Goalie Melissa Lloyd made 12 saves. Penncrest got all three goals from Caroline Moore.
Harriton 17, Battlefield (Va.) 9
Carli Sukonik and Betsy Hurtado each had four goals and two assists as the Rams improved to 8-1. Jess Rothstein added three goals and an assist while Jess Schwab and Laura Walzer each scored twice. Cori Sussman and Chrissy Pasquariello had one goal each and Ally McLaughlin had two assists.
Boyertown 19, Spring-Ford 10
Sam Mazzie pumped in six goals and Lyndsey Babilon added four goals and an assist to help the Bears (4-1-1, 3-0) cruise to the Pioneer Athletic Conference win. Emily Austerberry added three goals and an assist and Raelynn Mikell had two goals and an assist. Kelly Furman had a goal and an assisst and Jordie Heidelbaugh, Rachle Hilbert and Sarah Bennett each scoreed once while Mercedes Collins contributed one assist. Lindsey Clinton had six saves.
Mel Pennington led the Rams with four goals while Maddie Ward added three, Ashley Wood had two and Maria Moley one.
Abington 12, Conestoga 4
Kate Cooper scored five goals, Courtney Cox had three goals and Kailee Ashby added two goals and one assist as the Ghosts improved to 5-1. Jen Kitchen and Maddie Evans had a goal and an assist each and Alisha Aquilino made four saves, Maddy Evans scooped five groundballs and Alex Casey and Jen Kelly added four groundballs and two caused turnovers apiece
For the Pioneers, Taylor Lawlor, Taylor Mallory, Amanda Norcini and Allison Henry each scored once while Sarah Priem made 17 saves.
Upper Dublin 13, Plymouth Whitemarsh 5
Kelly Cross notched five goals while Jordan O’Reilly and Emily Hitchings each added a pair for the Cardinals in the Suburban one American Conference win.
Radnor 26, Menlo (CA) 6
Allie Martin and Amalia Antonopolos each scored five goals for the No. 1 Red Raiders (5-0), who remain unbeaten after routing Menlo (7-3) of California at Disney’s Wide World of Sports in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Sam Ellis and Kelyn Freedman tallied three goals apiece.
Springfield-Delco 13, Milton, (GA) 2
Madison Poplawski collected five goals to pace the Cougars to victory over Milton in Alexandria, Va. Maddy Lynch, Lindsey Mace and Sam Tulskie each added two goals for Springfiled (5-2).
Marple Newtown 19, West Springfield (Va.) 13
Jackie Roebuck pumped in eight goals and Melanie Sarcinello had seven in the Tigers’ win at Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Downingtown West 20, Phoenixville 9
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