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Boys’ lacrosse: Haverford School defeats McDonogh School to complete sweep of MIAA teams

Saturday, 19th March 2011

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School  
 

By Nick Desatnick
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/19/11

Conor Kelly made 18 saves in goal while Hup Hupfeldt and Brendan McGrath each had three goals to lead a balanced attack today as visiting Haverford School defeated McDonogh (Md.), 12-10, to improve to 3-0.

The Fords, ranked No 1 in every national poll, finished a sweep of MIAA teams. They also have defeated St. Paul’s and Loyola Blakefield.

Haverford School's Will McNamara beats his man during Saturday's win over McDonogh School

Haverford School trailed, 5-4, at halftime today, but used a 5-2 run in the third period to seize control. Hupfeldt had all three of his goals in the third frame and Kelly had five saves in each of the final two periods when McDonogh (3-1) refused to die.

The host Eagles had yielded only six goals in their first three games, handling Tennessee power McCallie (15-0), Texas power Highland Park (13-4) and North Carolina’s Durham Academy (15-4).

Haverford School also got two goals from Will McNamara and one each from Matt Walters, Carl Walrath, Gavin McBride and Zach Rego. Hupfeldt and Sam Rohr added two assists each while McGrath, Walters and Rego also had assists.

Joe McCallion was a force at the face-off X, winning 10 of 14 draws.

The game can be seen on game.kudda.com at approximately 5 p.m.

This article will be updated

Haverford School 12, McDonogh School (Md.) 10
Haverford School 3-1-5-3- 12
McDonogh Scool 3-2-2-3 – 10

Haverford School scoring:
Haverford School scoring
Zach Rego 1g, 1a
Carl Walrath 1g
Hup Hupfeldt 3g,2a
Brendan McGrath 3g, 1a
Matt Walters 1g, 1a
Will McNamara 2g
Sam Rohr 2a
Gavin McBride 1g
goalie Conor Kelly 18 saves

McDonogh scoring
Faby 1g, 1a
Glaser 2a
Morgan 5g
Michel 2g, 1a
Daly 1a
McGee 1g
Davila 1 g
goalie Boyle 10 saves

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