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Scholastic boys’ roundup: Spring-Ford improves to 2-0 by opening PAC-10 play with win over Methacton

Thursday, 1st April 2010

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/1/10

Coming off an impressive win over Central League power Lower Merion, Spring-Ford’s boys’ lacrosse team was looking to keep up the momentum.

On Wednesday Drew Thomas had four goals and an assist as the host Rams improved to 2-0 by defeating Methacton, 10-5, in a Pioneer Athletic Conference opener.

Brian Bock, Colton Szostek, Carl Santoro, Thomas Pham, Zac Monzo and Billy McCabe each scored one goal for Spring-Ford and Josh Sutterfield had two assists and strong work at the face-off X. Jared Novia made 14 saves.

For Methacton (1-1), Clay Sobocinski had two goals and an assist, Eli Miller had two goals and Kevin Peifer had a goal and two assists.

Avon Grove 13, Lansdale Catholic 3

The Devils improved to 2-0 as Tim Golder had three goals and an assist and Trevor Hornby added two goals and four assists.

Pat Brodie and Eric Waibel each scored twice and Trevor Donley had a goal and an assists for Avon Grove. Anthony DiNenno, Tommy Hammond and Mackenzie Turnbull each scored once and Colin Peck and Brendan Fabian each had assists.

Sun Valley 11, Haverford High 10, OT

Bobby Clemens scored a man-up goal – his fifth of the game – to give the Vanguards (2-1) the non-league victory.

Kyle Gillam added two goals for Sun Valley while Brett Macaulay had a goal and two assists and Frankie Jackson scored twice. Sam Maldou had a goal and an assist and Zach Hopkins scored once. Clemens also had an assist. Tyler Brun made eight saves.

Haverford scoring: Mike Leyden 4g; Dave Pennoni 3g 1a; Pete Dorsanio 2g 2a; Bergstrom 1g; Killoran 1g. Saves: McKenna 11.

Pennsbury 15, West Chester East 3

Kenneth Warren (two assists) and Evan Caterson each scored three goals as the Falcons (2-0) took a 9-1 halftime lead and routed the Vikings (1-1).

Calvin Hopkins and Shawn Caven (two assists) each added two goals for Pennsbury and Dan Marr, Ryan McDonald, Tim Considine (one assist), Patrick Bonnot and Dan Caggia added one each.

Blair Bonner had a goal and an assist for East while Matt Biegel and Peter Burwell each scored once.

Pennsbury 6-3-5-1- 15
West Chester East 0-1-0-2 – 3

Souderton 17, Springfield-Montco 8

Bryan Ziegler had six goals, JP Carroll had five goals, and Lee Stiles had two goals and three assists for the Indians (2-0) in their win.

Also scoring for the Indians were Nick Judge, Tim McIlhenny, Jordan Wampole, and Tyler MacDougal. Goalie Grant Nice had 14 saves for Souderton.

St. Anne’s-Belfield (VA) 11, St. Joseph’s Prep 10

Jeff Heath scored four goals for the visiting Hawks (3-1) in a tough loss at St. Anne’s (3-3).

Cory Scheuerle and Brad James had three goals and one assist apiece for the Hawks while senior defenseman Steve O’Hara had eight groundballs and four takeaways.

St. Anne’s-Belfield scoring: Werner had 4 goals, McCall had 2 goals and 3 assists, and Van Arsdale had 3 assists.

Penn Charter 12, Peddie School (NJ) 10

Joey Sankey collected three goals and two assists and Andy Grabowski had three goals and one assist as the Quakers evened their record to 2-2.

Shane Carr and Tyler White each had three goals and Greg Laudadio, Grant Guyer and Tyler Early each scored once for PC.

PC was behind, 5-4, at halftime and took the lead for good in the third period.

Penncrest 14, Downingtown West 9

Tom Kelly notched three goals while Matt Maser, Adam Yee and Craig Kashner each had two goals and two assists as the Lions (2-0) raced to a 7-1 halftime lead and handed the Whippets (3-1) their first loss.

Andrew Caldwell and Andrew Maser each added two goals for Penncrest and Scott Shortall had a goal and an assist. Miek McKernon had eight saves and Matt Pesce stopped two.

Penncrest hosts Pennsbury today in a showdown of two teams that have made some waves in the early-going.

Owen J. Roberts 16, Pottsgrove 3

Connor Kelly fired in five goals and added two assists and Charlie Stein had three goals for the Wildcats (1-1) in their Pioneer Athletic Conferernce opener.

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