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Suburban One boys’ roundup: Pennsbury, Abington, Hatboro-Horsham gain victories

Tuesday, 19th April 2011

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Posted 4/19/11
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Evan Caterson, Calvin Hopkins and Ryan McDonald each scored twice as visiting Pennsbury defeated Council Rock North Monday in a Suburban One National Conference boys’ lacrosse game.

Ricky Jutkiewicz and Andrew Probst tallied single goals for the Falcons while Josh Caven dished off four assists.

Dan Marr led the Falcons on defense with six groundballs and goalie Drew Sweetland made 16 saves (seven in the fourth quarter), mostly on outside shots, to ensure the win.

Senior captain Chris Gifford had a good game for the Indians, scoring a lone goal and an assist. Tyler Shablin also scored for Rock. In the cage, Mark McDonald stopped nine shots.

Abington 11, Neshaminy 3

The Ghosts solidified their hold on first place, which they earned last Friday with a 10-6 win over Pennsbury.
Abington bolted to a 10-2 lead at the half then didn’t score again until the final period.

Ryan Ambler led the Ghosts with three goals and five assists. Brian Gallagher was right behind with four goals and one assist. Matt Lomady scored twice and Nick Pisko (three assists) and Matt Figeuroa each notched a goal.

In goal, Travis O’Connor and Eric Goldsborough combined for seven saves.

For Neshaminy Alex McKenzie scored twice and Andrew Macdonald tallied once. Neshaminy goalie Austin Marshall made 21 saves.

Hatboro-Horsham 11, North Penn 2

Jake Durkin led the attack with three goals and an assist for the Hatters while Tyler Gelhaus, Kyle Peters, Shane Wheeler and John Rose led he defense.

Central Bucks East 14, Souderton 1

Ten different players contributed to the scoring with Matt Brodzik leading the way with three goals and an assist for the Patriots.

Parker Self chipped in two goals and four assists, while Chris Vetter scored two goals and an assist.

Grant Nice finished with 14 saves for the Indians. JP Carroll scored Souderton’s lone goal.

Central Bucks West 8, Central Bucks South 4

Spencer Macquarrie and Nate Weiss scored a pair of goals apiece, while Jack Firriolo (assist), Matt Adamski, Evan Gervais (assist), Johnny Kirchner added single tallies for the Bucks. Jake Ross had nine saves in the net.

Plymouth Whitemarsh 14, Norristown 5

PW soared to an 11-1 lead at the half and basically took the second half off in preparation for another key conference tilt against Upper Dublin on Tuesday.

Colin Joka led all scorers with five goals and two assists. Andrew Cox chipped in four goals and an assist.

Dylan Wixted added two goals and two assists, while John Walker (assist), PJ Cunningham (assist) and Drew Zucker all scored once.

Norristown had a pair of two-goal scorers in Jake Naseef and Jesse Prante with Tyler Williams adding a goal and an assist.

Upper Merion 16, Upper Moreland 6

The Vikings bolted to an 11-1 lead at the half, thanks in great part to a huge effort by goalie Conor Crowe (10 saves overall), who, on one shot in the second quarter, dove across the goal mouth to snuff a backdoor shot.

Seven different players scored for the Vikings, led by Trevor Kupecky with one goal and nine assists. Luc Minnich and Wes McDowell each had four goals and one assist, Pat Vandergeest pumped in three goals, Nicky Dellace had two goals and an assist and Lorran Dacosta scored once.

Talon Blickley and Ryan Christensen (two assists) scored twice for Upper Moreland. Steve Fleming and Ellis Fatizzi scored one each.

Wissahickon 12, Cheltenham 5

Brooks Melvin led the Trojans with three goals and two assists. Luke Gomez pumped in three goals, and Tyler Crothers notched two along with an assist. Single goal scorers were Christian McCaffrey (assist), Josh Stollman, AJ Andersen and Beau Gomez.

Peter Carrozza stopped eight shots in goal for Wissahickon.

Brian Henstenburg led the Panthers with a hat trick, while Matt Schafer and Pat McCann added single goals.

In the cage, Will Tinkleman stopped 13 shots.

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