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Thursday’s boys’ roundup: OJR wins PAC-10 title, Haverford School clinches tie for Inter-Ac crown

Thursday, 13th May 2010

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/13/10

Conner Kelly scored four goals while Nate Blevins and Dylan Swope each added two as Owen J. Roberts toppled host Spring-Ford, 11-9, today to win its third straight Pioneer Athletic Conference championship.

Kohl Batdorf added a goal and three assists while John Pennell and Jarrett Szczecinksi each had a goal and an assist for the Wildcats (15-5). Andrew Boyer was strong in the cage with 15 saves.

Drew Thomas led the Rams (18-2) with four goals and an assist while Thomas Pham and Paul Major each scored twice.

Haverford School 13, Penn Charter 6

Zach Rego and Liam O’Connor each had three goals and an assist and Sam Rohr and Stephen Aitken added two goals and one assist each as the Fords (20-4) claimed a share of the Inter-Ac League championship with Malvern Prep (both trams went 6-2).

Joe McCallion and Matt Walters had a goal and an assist each while Conor Kelly made eight saves for the Fords, who won their 11th league title in 13 years.

Tyler White had three goals and one assist for the Quakers while Shane Carr scored twice and Jackson Tamasitis made 18 saves.

Wissahickon 17, Upper Moreland 0

Nick Lucchesi had five goals and two assists as the Trojans earned the shutout to gain a share of the Suburban One American Conference title with Upper Merion, which downed Upper Dublin, 14-8. Both Wissahickon and UM finished 12-2 in the league.

Upper Merion 14, Upper Dublin 8

Nate Hare scored five goals and James Brennan had four goals and two assists while Trevor Kupecky dished off five assists to give the visiting Vikings a victory over the Cards and a co-championship with Wissahickon in the Suburban One American Conference.

Conor Crowe had 10 saves for Upper Merion.

Downingtown East 13, Henderson 5

Rob Fitzgerald scored four goals, Shane Sturgis had three goals and Tyle Croft and Ken Maas each tallied two as the Cougars earned at least a tie for the Ches-Mont League crown by downing the Warriors.

Downingtown East (9-8 overall) finished 9-1 in the and is one-half game ahead of Downingtown West, which needs to defeat Bayard Rustin today to gain the tie.

Central Bucks East 10, Central Bucks South 4

The Patriots clinched a tie for the Suburban One Continental Conference title by defeating the Titans as Brian Urban had three goals and two assists and Alex Fetterman added three goals and one assist.

Parker Self added two goals and Matt Brodzik had a goal and two assists for East, which impfroved to 11-1 in the league and 14-2 overall. Hatboro-Horsham, which topped Central Bucks West, 13-5, can tie for the league title by defeating Pennridge today.

Kyle Markovic led CB South with three goals.

Unionville 13, West Chester East 6

Mike Nowoswiat tallied six goals and Richard Kaiser added two goals and two assists while Billy Donovan scored twice as the Indians finished 7-3 in the Ches-Mont League. Chris Baker was a standout in goal, blanking East in the second half.

Matt Beigel led East with four goals.

St. Joseph’s Prep 14, Cardinal O’Hara 6

Jeff Heath scored three goals and Anthony Marini added a pair as the Hawks (10-7) claimed the Catholic League win.

Pennsbury 15, Harry S Truman 3

Josh Caven had three goals and two assists and Collin Sullivan scored three goals while Mike Constantini added two goals and three assist as the Falcons finished 16-2 overall.

Lower Merion 16, Neshaminy 4

Andrew Mongeluzzi pumped in right goals and hit 60 for the season while Jordan Wolf contributed five goals and four assists for the Aces in the non-league win.

Emmaus 17, Parkland 5

Dan Kinek scored a season-high seven goals and added two assists while Mike Bender and Travis Schmidt added three goals each for the Green Hornets in the Lehigh Valley Conference semifinals at Nazareth.

Allentown Central Catholic 9, Easton 8

Steve Mussoline scored the game-winner in the final two minutes to lead ACC to the semifinal victory in the Lehigh Valley Conference playoffs at Nazareth.

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