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Scholastic wrap: Lower Merion wins seventh straight; St. Joe’s Prep, Upper Dublin, Malvern Prep earn victories

Monday, 4th May 2009

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Posted 5/4/09

    Andrew Mongeluzzi collected four goals and an assist and Jordan Wolf had three goals and three assists to lead host Lower Merion to an 8-3 non-league boys’ lacrosse victory over Archbishop Wood Monday.

    Matt Dilks added one goal and Cody Hornung posted 10 saves in goal for the Aces (11-4), who won their seventh straight game and are ranked No. 9 in the PA Media Rankings.

    Mike Maxwell scored two goals for the Vikings (9-4) and goalie Ben Worthington had 11 saves.

St. Joseph’s Prep 11, Emmaus 9

    Brendan Glynn and Colin Fleming each had three goals and Ian Correia and Jeff Heath had two apiece as the host Hawks (11-1) held off the Green Hornets (11-4). Kenny Lankford had a goal and two assists for The Prep, ranked No. 2 in the PA Media Rankings. Tate Klidonas led the Green Hornets with four goals.

St. Joe’s Prep 5-2-1-3 – 11

Emmaus 2-2-1-4- 9

     SJP: Brendan Glynn 3 g 1 a; Colin Fleming 3 g; Ian Correia 2 g; Jeff Heath 2 g; Kenny Lankford 1 g 2 a; Cory Scheuerle 1 a. Zikoski 8 saves.

    Emmaus: Alex Kuehner 2 g; Tate Klidonas 4 g; Nick Skawksi 1 g; Dan Kinek 1 g 1 a; Mic Debellis 1 g; Will Scott 1 a; John McGeary 1 a. Dan Zagnoli – 13 saves

Upper Dublin 7, Germantown Academy 5

    Eric Breuninger had three goals and Eric Painter was strong in goal for the visiting Cardinals, who improved to 13-2 with their 12th straight win.

Malvern Prep 9, Penn Charter 3

    Conor Steidle and Bobby Hill had two goals each and Wills Curley made six saves as the Friars (6-8, 3-2) broke a four-game losing streak and claimed the Inter-Ac League win at Haverford School’s field. Shane Carr had two goals for the Quakers (5-11, 1-5).

Lansdale Catholic 16, North Penn 8

    Liam Malley had three goals and four assists, Patrick White had two goals and four assists and Kyle Davis notched three goals for the Crusaders (12-2) in the win over their cross-town rivals – the first time the two teams had ever met.

    Jesse Fields and Chuck Karr added two goals and an assist each for LC and Devon Barrett had two goals while Kyle Plasha had a goal and two assists and Sean Rooney scored once. Chris Bray made 11 saves,Paul Reutemann had four goals and two assists for the Knights.

LC 3 3 7 3 – 16

NP 1 1 2 4 – 8

    LC Liam Malley 3G 4A, Patrick White 2G 4 A, Kyle Davis 3G, Jesse Fields 2G 1A, Chuck Karr 2 G 1 A, Devon Barrett 2G, Kyle Plasha 1G 2A, Sean Rooney 1G. Bray 11 saves.

NP Reutemann 4G 2A, Young 1G, Harris 1G, McElroy 1G, McPeak 1G. Saves

LC Bray 11. Conaway 2 saves, Dwyer 4 saves.

Shots LC 35 NP 30. Ground Balls LC 39 NP 30

Central Bucks West 10, Central Bucks South 5

    Scott Wilbur tallied four goals while Chris Pianko, Andrew Argentieri, Brendan Whalen and Johnny Kirchner led the defense for the Bucks (9-8, 9-2). CBW is tied with Hatboro-Horsham for second place in the Suburban One Continental Conference, one-half game behind CB East.

    Dan Munsell added two goals for the Bucks and their last three goals were scored on fastbreak opportunities by Pianko, Whalen and Kirchner.

Goals: CBW: Scott Wilbur 4, Dan Munsell 2, Jon Hoynak, Brendan Whalen, Chris Pianko, Johnny Kirchner.
CBS: Fritch 2, Adams, Dachowski, Kevin Sondershaffer
Assists; CBW: Jimmy Mann 2, Jack Firriolo, Jon Hoynak, Chris Pianko
CBS: Dan Adams, Burger, Searles
Saves: CBW: Will Ferguson 4, Jake Ross 9. CBS: Corey Sondershaffer 9
Abington 13, Council Rock North 7  

    The Ghosts (13-3, 9-0) clinched at least a tie for the Suburban One National crown and can clinch it outright with a win over Pennsbury Wednesday.

Harriton 12, Marple Newtown 11
    In the continuation of a game called two weeks ago due to lightning, the Rams claimed their first Central League. Noah Levin had three goals and one assists, Nate Kotarra scored three goals and Ben Simms and Will Carabasi each had two goals. Rob Svchwab also scored once. 

Woodlynde 3, Collegium Chater 2

Del-Val Friends 9, Devon Prep 3  


Downingtown West 18 Avon Grove 13  

     Morgan Obendorfer collected eight goals and three assists and Jaymie Tabor had seven goals to pace the Whippets to the Ches-Mont League win. Courtney Brown led the Devils with four goals.

    D-town West:  Morgan Obendorfer 8g 3a; Jaymie Tabor 7g; Steph Pirri 2g 3a; Carly Smith 1g. Emily Murdaugh 7 saves

     Avon Grove: Courtney Brown 4g; Hanna Fenstermacher 3g; Kasey Callaway 3g; Ellen Schoen 1g; Kaeli MacArthur 1g; Samie Christopher 1g. Rachel Guarneri 12 saves

Radnor 21, Agnes Irwin 6

    Sam Ellis scored five goals and Kristen Norden added four as the No. 1 Red Raiders improved to 15-0 with the non-league rout. Kelyn freedman had three goals for Radnor while Katie Nelligan led Agnes Irwin with a pair of goals.

 Central Bucks South 11, Central Bucks West 3

    Jen Dunne and Kelly Hamilton each scored three goals to pace the Titans to the Suburban One Continental win.

Council Rock North 14, Central Bucks East 5  

    Hannah Plappert pumped in five goals and Lindsay Rheiner had three for the Indians.

Garnet Valley 18, Chichester 5

    Hallie Barnes and AnnaElise Morello each notched three goals and Tori Mitros had two goals for the Jaguars (8-8). Kellee Pace led the Eagles with four goals.

Kennett 12, Coatesville 7

    Aly Outten poured in six goals and Katie Ferree added four to lead the Blue Demons  

Pottsgrove 21 Phoenixville 13
    Ashley Delaney scored six goals and Ali Bainbridge, Alexis Glenn and Chrissy Bealer added four apiece as the Falcons clinched the final Pioneer Athletic Conference Final Four playoff berth (Frontier Division). 

    Pottsgrove will meet five-time defending champion Boyertown tonight (7:00) in a PAC-10 semifinal match at Owen J. Roberts. Ashley Shaner had 10 saves for the Falcons while Liz Jones had eight goals for the Phantoms. Pottstown and Methacton will play in tonight’s other semifinal.

Perkiomen School 10, Collegium Charter 5



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