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District 1 boys’ lacrosse: CB East, Downingtown West, Conestoga advance to quarterfinals

Friday, 20th May 2011

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Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/20/11

Chris Vetter had three goals and two assists and Blake Ament added three goals and an assist as host Central Bucks East defeated Bishop Shanahan, 10-6, Thursday night in the second round of the District 1 boys’ lacrosse tournament.

CB East's Blake Ament, who had three goals, is defended by Bishop Shanahan's Joe McErlean in Thursday's action

The second-seeded Patriots (18-1) advanced to the quarterfinals and will meet seventh-seeded Ridley at Harriton at 2 p.m. Ridley downed Radnor, 5-3.

Parker Self and Ryan Whitney each scored two goals for East, which raced to a 6-1 halftime lead and held off a late Shanahan challenge. Harrison Holak made nine saves and Connor McSherry also scored once for East.

Joe McErlean had three goals and an assist to pace the Eagles (14-5). Kyle Sullivan made 16 saves in goal.

Downingtown West 13, Unionville 5

Tyler McWilliams had three goals and an assist and Zach Logan had two goals and one assist while Eric Rankel won 15 of 17 face-offs and added a goal and three assists to lad the Whippets to an easy win over the Indians.

The third-seeded Whippets (18-1) meet 11th-seeded Spring-Ford Saturday in the quarterfinals at Harriton (noon). Spring-Ford advanced by downing Garnet Valley, 8-6.

Brad Shenberger added two goals and goalie Dustin Keen earned the win with six saves.

Billy Donovan led Unionville (10-10) with goals and an assist and Chris Baker made 13 saves.

Conestoga 15, Hatboro Horsham 3

Tanner Scott had three goals and an assist and Connor Frisina tallied three goals as the top-seeded Pioneers coasted into the quarterfinals.

Conestoga (18-1) will play Abington Saturday at noon at Henderson High. Abington topped Great Valley, 11-9, to advance.

Kyle Morrison, Billy Flatley and Charlie Hildebrand each added two goals for the Pioneers.

Sean Saunders scored twice for the Hatters (10-10) and Mark Poust had 17 saves.

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