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Scholastic wrap: Owen J. Roberts boys stay unbeaten in PAC-10 with win over Spring-Ford; Holy Ghost cruises

Tuesday, 14th April 2009

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

Charlie Stein had five goals and and Greg Nester scored three goals as visiting Owen J. Roberts defeated Spring-Ford, 15-8, Monday night in a Pioneer Athletic Conference showdown of league unbeatens.

OJR improves to 6-0 in the PAC-10 and 9-1 overall. The Rams fall to 5-1 and 7-3.

Mike Costanzo, Jordan Hafer and Kohl Batdorf each added two goals for the Wildcats.  Tyler Novotny scored three goals and and Mark Consolo had two for Spring-Ford.

OJR   3  4  2  6  15

S-F    2  0  4  2   8

Holy Ghost Prep 9, Carlisle 4

Chris Marrone had three goals and an assist and Nick Moses had three goals while Colin Becker had two goals and two assists and Andrew Cacchio had one goal and two assists for the host Firebirds (6-1).

John Motto added two assists and Forrest Kelly had an assist while goalie Andrijko Andrusko had 12 saves and one assist on a fastbreak goal.

Pennsbury 10, Council Rock North 3

Kenneth Warren and Calvin Hopkins each had two goals and two assists to lead the Falcons (4-4, 2-0) to the Suburban One National Conference win. Peter Sweetland also scored twice and David Cutler had 10 saves for Pennsbury while Shawn Caven won 15 of 17 face-offs. Ricky Jutkiewicz and Tim Considine also scored for the Falcons while Tyler Shablin, Doug Rheiner and Chris Gifford scored for the Indians.

Pennsbury  5-3-2-0 – 10

CR North    0-1-2-0 – 3

Goals: Pennsbury – 10; Kenneth Warren 2; Calvin Hopkins 2; Peter Sweetland 2; Shawn Caven 2; Ricky Jutkiewicz 1; Tim Considine 1.

Council Rock North – 3; Tyler Shablin 1, Doug Rheiner 1, Chris Gifford 1

Assists: Pennsbury – 7; Calvin Hopkins 2; Kenneth Warren 2; Evan Caterson 1; Dan Marr 1; Peter Sweetland 1. Council Rock North – 2; Doug Rheiner 1, Pat Sweet 1

Shots: Pennsbury 27, Council Rock North 15

Saves: David Cutler 10 (Pennsbury) , Dom Colarusso (Council Rock North) 7

Neshaminy 20, Souderton 8

Andy MacPherson had five goals and John Sutton and Chris Brady added four goals and two assists to lead the Redskins to the non-league win.

Neshaminy scoring: MacPherson 5g, 1a; Brady 4g, 2a; Sutton 4g; Forman 3g, 1a; Rambo 2g; Hutchinson 1g, Skeels 1a; Thibedeau 1a;

Souderton scoring: Nick Judge 1g, Sean Becker 1g, 1a; Lee Stiles 1g, 1a; J.P. Carroll 1 g, 1a; Jon Eells 1g; Bryan Ziegler 1g, 1a; Josh Burke 1g; Tim Mcilhenny 1g. Goalies: LaBorde (Nesh) 10 saves; Nice (Soud) 7 saves.

Penn Charter 15, Conestoga Valley 6

Joey Sankey scored four goals for the Quakers.


Pennsbury 13, Interboro 12

Lauren Gerity scored five goals for Pennsbury to offset a brilliant effort by the Bucs’ Steph Parcek, who had eight goals and two assists.

Interboro: Steph Parcell 8g, 2 a; Danielle Haney 2g; Danielle Lavallee 1g, 1a; Monica Parcell 1g, 1a. Daniell Owen (10 saves).

Pennsbury:  Gerity 5g; Cowley 3g; Hickman 2g; Bulafka 1g; Taylor 1g;  Quake 1g. Radzinski (8 saves).

Pennridge 8, Council Rock South 7, OT

The Rams remained perfect at 9-0 as Jen Moyer scored the game-winner in overtime. Jess Roy added three goals and Julia Colyar sent the game into overtime with less than two minutes remaining in regulation.

Dayna Erdman, Jacquie Burke and Roxy Brown also scored for the Rams while Eileen Applegate made 10 saves. Madison Hurwitz, Lea Britton and Sammy Hurley had two goals each for CR South.

Lower Merion 18, Chichester 13

Souderton 16, Southern Lehigh 6

Villa Joseph Marie 18, Neshaminy 4



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