Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/21/11
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Trevor Kupecky dished off an amazing 10 assists sand scored three goals to pace visiting Upper Merion to an 18-3 victory over Norristown Wednesday in Suburban One American Conference boys’ lacrosse.
Wesley McDowell contributed four goals and two assists and Pat Vandergeest scored four goals while Luc Minnich added three goals and four assists for the Vikings (6-4, 5-1). Robby Boyk had one goal and two assists, and Lorran DaCosta and Clay Greenaway each had one goal. Conor Crowe made six saves.
Sean Calhoun scored three goals to lead the Eagles, and Jake Naseef had one goal.
Central Bucks East 15, North Penn 2
The Patriots led 6-0 at the end of one quarter and stretched that lead to a commanding 10-1 by halftime on their way to the Suburban One Continental win.
Ten players contributed goals for the Patriots. Chris Vetter, Eric Riva, Warren Kuhn, Jack Tilger and Parker Self each scored a pair of goals. Blake Ament, Brian Garcia, Sean Reilly, Scott Morgan and Ethan DeBuque scored one goal apiece.
Self also had four assists.
Abington 16, Harry S. Truman 0
Eleven players got into the scoring column for the Ghosts, who were led by the four-goal, one-assist effort of Matt Figeuroa. Cory Leech, Shane Dunn and Brian Gallagher each added two goals with Gallagher also contributing four assists.
Contributing single goals for the Ghosts were Ryan Ambler (assist), Matt Lomady, Nick Pisko, Joe Bisacquino, Brian Stutz (two assists) and Will Dulin (assist).
Austin Pifani led the Ghosts defensively with nine groundballs while Josh Kluver had six.
Erin Goldsborough turned away three shots in goal for the Ghosts.
Pennsbury 12, Council Rock South 7
The Falcons led 2-1 at the end of one quarter but extended that lead to 5-2 by halftime and then outscored the Golden Hawks 7-5 in the second half.
Calvin Hopkins led the Falcons’ attack with three goals and two assists. Teammate Ricky Jutkiewicz had two goals and two assists while Josh Caven and Evan Caterson both had two goals. Andrew Probst and Colin Sullivan both added one goal and two assists, and Christian DeVaul had one goal.
Pennsbury goalie Drew Sweetland turned away 12 shots, including five in the first quarter which allowed the Falcons to maintain their lead.