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Wednesday’s boys’ roundup: Late Edition

Thursday, 7th April 2011

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Posted 4/7/11

Matt Brodzik had four goals and two assists and Warren Kuhn added three goals as visiting Central Bucks East claimed a 10-7 victory over Hatboro-Horsham Wednesday in Suburban One Continental Conference boys’ lacrosse action.

The Patriots improved to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in the league. The Hatters are 0-4 overall and 0-1 in the league.

Sophomore goalie Sean McSherry made eight stops – several of them crucial – for CB East.

Kevin Sweeney led the Hatters with three goals.

Allentown Central Catholic 16, Easton 6

Steve Mussoline poured in eight goals and added one assist as ACC remained undefeated with the Lehigh Valley Conference win.

Matt Savage added three goals and Adam Wydra had two goals and two assists while Tyler Albanese contributed one goal and five assists to the victory

Ryan Weiss and Jeremy Swick each had two goals and an assist for Easton.

Upper Merion 9, Shipley 8 (OT)

Lorran DaCosta scored four goals, Wes McDowell had three goals and an assist and Conor Crowe made 18 saves as the Vikings won in overtime over non-league Shipley.

George Washington 7, Delaware Valley Charter 2

Nick DiMartino and Colin Kramer had three goals and an assist each to help GW claim the Public League win.

Sambatt Cherb had two goals for Delaware Valley

Devon Prep 6, Friends’ Central 4

Andrew Fletcher scored four goals and Pat Robbins added two goals and two assists while Ben Senss made 11 saves to lift the Tide to the non-league win.

Interboro 13, Roman Catholic 6

Brian Van Wyk had five goals and Hunter Jackalous added three goals and two assists for the Bucs.

Methacton 6, Perkiomen Valley 1

The Warriors took their home opener and upped their record to 3-1 in the PAC-10, 4-2 overall as Sean Aronow tallied four goals. Clay Sobocinski and Pete Alloway also found the range for Methacton.

Spring-Ford 16, Pottsgrove 3

Balanced scoring helped the front-running Rams improve to 4-0 in the PAC-10 and 5-1 overall. Brian Bock contributed four goals and an assist for Spring-Ford, which also got hat tricks from Drew Thomas and Paul Major.

The goalie tandem of Jared Novia and Thomas Pham combined for 14 saves and Matt Glowacki added two strikes for the winners.

Pottsgrove fell to 0-3, 3-3 despite goals from Danny Michaels, Matt Natale and Zack Stone.

Owen J. Roberts 18, Pope John Paul II 2

The Wildcats rode hat tricks by Mike Lenge and Will Griffith to the easy home win over the Golden Panthers (1-3), who were led by Matt Bildstein (2 goals) and Josh Bildstein (21 saves).

John Pennell and Kohl Batdorf chipped in with two goals and two assists apiece for OJR (3-1, 3-3), which also got two strikes and an assist from Tyler Graham.

Cardinal O’Hara 15, Monsignor Bonner 5

Ed McLoughlin scored five goals while Tom Familletti and Barry Downs each tallied four to lead the Lions to the Catholic League win. contributed to this article


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