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Tuesday’s boys’ scholastic roundup: Conestoga edges Radnor; Royals, Aces, Cougars, Green Raiders win

Wednesday, 28th April 2010

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/27/10

Tanner Scott scored in the final two minutes to give visiting Conestoga a 6-5 Central league victory over Radnor Tuesday night in Central League boys’ lacrosse.

Ryan lord and Jeff Chu each scored twice for Conestoga, ranked No. 4 in the PA Media Rankings.

Spencer Lussier led Radnor with three goals and Harrison Lawrence had two goals and an assist while goalie Brendan Manderack was strong in goal with six saves.

Upper Darby 11, Haverford High 3

Jake Syre had three goals and an assist while Andy Mardinley and Joe Brown each had three goals and Dillon Burke made nine saves to lead the Royals to a victory.

Lower Merion 10, Strath Haven 7

Andrew Mongeluzzi and John Zeidman each scored three goals and Hank Altschuler made 12 saves to spark the Aces to victory.

Pat Fisher led the Panthers with two goals.

Springfield-Delco 15, Marple Newtown 1

Josh Cavanaugh and Colin Keegan each scored three goals to help the Cougars remain undefeated in the Central League.

Ridley 8, Penncrest 4

Dale Smith scored four goals and Eric Streicher added three for the Green Raiders. Matt Mazer scored two for the Lions

Wissahickon 7, Plymouth Whitemarsh 6

Brian Dick had four goals and an assist and Shane Ziegler scored twice as the Trojans remained undefeated in the Suburban One American Conference.

Zack Shulman had three goals and an assist and Colin Joka scored twice for the Colonials.

Souderton 6, CB West 5, 2 OT

Bryan Ziegler scored his fourth goal of the game off a ride with 1:39 left in the
second overtime to give the Indians the win over the Bucks. Brad Sawhill led the Souderton defense and Grant Nice was solid in goal.

Jake Ross was standout in goal for West with 18 saves and Tanner Barbon was strong at the face-off X.

Abington 15, Neshaminy 5

Joey Jones had four goals and four assists and four assists while Nick Pisko scored four goals to lead the Ghosts.

Chris Brady paced Neshaminy with two goals.

Pennsbury 19, Harry S Truman 1

Josh Caven had six goals and Andrew Probst added three goals and two assists to lead the Falcons to the victory.

Episcopal Academy 6, Germantown Academy 4

Andrew Gordon and Tyler Odell each scored two goals and Chase Growney had a goal and three assists to lead the Churchmen to the Inter-Ac League win.

Upper Merion 19, Norristown 3
Luc Minnich collected six goals and two assists and Trevor Kupecky contributed four goals and five assists to lead the Vikings to the triumph.

Haverford School 13, Penn Charter 6

Hup Hupfeldt led a balanced attack with two goals and an assist while Stephen Aitken scored twice and Carl Walrath had a goal and three assists to pace the Fords.

Joey Sankey had three goals and an assist for the Quakers.

Downingtown West 15, Bishop Shanahan 4

Conor Mullen had four goals and two assists and Ryan Higgins added three goals and two assists to help the Whippets remain undefeated in the Ches-Mont League.

Jim Stanley led Shanahan with two goals.

Downingtown East 10, Great Valley 5

Shane Sturgis scored three goals and Robbie Fitzgerald had two added for the Cougars.

Campbell Armstrong led GV with two goals and an assist.

Shipley School 12, Moorestown Friends (N.J.) 2

Julius Mouser had five goals and one assist and Ian McGibbon posted eight saves for the Gators in the Friends’ League win.

Spring-Ford 12, Boyertown 8

Brian Bock had five goals and one assist and Drew Thomas added three goals and five assists to lead the Rams in the PAC-10.

Interboro 6, Archbishop Carroll 4

Ron Lassiter had two goals and Adam Moore made 14 saves while Steve Clark, Shawn Lee, and Dan Hopson played strong defense for the Bucs in the non-league win.

Jason Cuzzupe had seven saves for the Patriots.

Emmaus 11, Easton 2

Dan Kinek scored five goals and Will Scott had a goal and five assists while Joe Magargal had 10 saves in goal for the Green Hornets.

George Washington 6, Northeast 2

Colin Kramer had two goals and an assist and Deckland Sweeney made eight saves for GW in its Public League win.

Matt Ragan and David Taub scored for Northeast.

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