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Scholastic boys’ roundup: Spring-Ford edges Avon Grove on goal in final second; La Salle downs Easton, 13-5

Monday, 5th April 2010

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Posted 4/5/10

Carl Santoro scored the game-winner with 0.3 seconds to play as host Spring-Ford remained undefeated by downing Avon Grove, 12-11, today in a non-league boys’ lacrosse game.

Santoro took a feed from Brian Bock to cap a late rally as the Rams improved to 4-0. Spring-Ford had tied the game with 38 seconds to play on a goal by Drew Thomas (four goals, two assists).

(See scholastic summaries for more detailed goal scoring, goal saves)

Josh Sutterfield added two goals and three assists and had a big day at the face-off X, winning draws that led to the tying and winning goals. Spring-Ford led, 5-1, at one point, but Tim Golder (five goals, three assists) helped the Devils (2-1) use a 10-4 run to take the 11-9 lead.

La Salle 13, Easton 5

Kevin Forster pumped in five goals as the Explorers improved to 3-1. Jon Vito had three goals for the Rovers.

Upper Darby 13, Roman Catholic 3

Andy Marginley and Jake Syre each collected three goals and two assists and JJ Maloney added three goals as the Royals improved to 2-0.

Souderton 8, Phoenixville 7

Grant Nice made 13 saves as the Indians improved to 3-1. J.P. Carroll ;ed Souderton in scoring with three goals and one assist while Lee Stiles scored three goals and Ridge Schultz had two goals and an assist.

St. Joseph Metuchen (NJ) 17, Central Bucks East 6

Matt Brodzik and Alex Fetterman each scored twice for the Patriots (1-1), who suffered the loss to the New Jersey power.

Parkland 11, Lansdale Catholic 10

Chuck Karr and Zak Ruch ech scored three goals and Liam Malley had two goals and three assists for the Crusaders in defeat.

Downingtown West 7, Owen J. Roberts 5

Sophomore Eric Rankel tallied four goals as the Whippets (4-1) rallied from a 4-0 second-period deficit and defeated the Wildcats.

Ryan Higgins added two goals and Connor Mullen scored once for Downingtown West while the defense was led by senior Tyler Rankel (seven groundballs, three caused turnovers) and sophomore Max Carroll (three caused turnovers). Goalie Dustin Keen had eight saves.

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