Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/17/12
Alex Hardy caught a rebound and scored as time expired Monday to lift visiting Council Rock South to a thrilling 10-9 double overtime win over Council Rock North in Suburban One national Conference boys’ lacrosse.
With 1:28 left in the fourth quarter, Council Rock South trailed 9-6. But junior Corey Giampietro, sophomore Justin Kole and sophomore defenseman Dylan Moyer scored to send the game into overtime.
Giampietro had three goals and two assists for South (4-3, 1-3) while Kyle Walter had three goals and one assist. Freshman Tommy Vanderslice added one goal.
Kole, Moyer and Hardy each added one goal. The win raises Council Rock South to 4-3 and the loss drops Council Rock North to 1-7.
Upper Dublin 8, Wissahickon 4
Michael Rama had five goals and two assists and Drew Potts added three goals and two assist to lead host Upper Dublin to a Suburban One American Conference win over Wissahickon.
Jack Deragon made 13 saves for the Cardinals while Jack Myers had 14 stops for the Trojans, who got a goal and an assist from Luke Gomez.
Hatboro-Horsham 11, Central Bucks South 4
Trevor Downing led the nine-player Hatter scoring effort with two goals and three assists.
Souderton 14, North Penn 10
An eight-point game from Tyler MacDougall (four goals, four assists) sparked the Big Red to a victory.
Cameron Trick added a hat trick for Souderton and Trevor Zwaan and Ridge Schultz each had two goals and one assist.
Kyle Heinig led North Penn with three goals and two assists. Chris Young had a hat trick; Alex Kopcho scored twice and added an assist; Matt Brady had one goal; Kenny Miller registered two assists and Dan Gross had one assist, Mike Tappen made 14 saves for the Knights.
Central Bucks East 13, St. Joseph’s Metuchen 11
Parker Self led the Patriots with four goals and two assists. Chris Vetter had a hat trick and an assist.
Spring-Ford 11, Owen J. Roberts 10
The Rams scored twice in the final 17 seconds to stun Pioneer Athletic Conference foe Boyertown.
Paul Major’s goal off an assist from D.J. Young with seven seconds remaining was the difference for the defending PAC-10 champion Rams, who improved to 7-0 in the league (8-1 overall).
Boyertown (4-3, 4-4) had taken a 10-9 lead on Tyler Fuhrman’s late goal. But the Rams got the equalizer on a strike by Christian McCormick at the 17-second mark, then quickly answered with Major finding the range on the ensuing possession.
Major finished with four goals and four assists while Steve Bock contributed a hat trick for Spring-Ford, which got 11 saves in net from keeper Matt Messerle.
Leading the Bears with hat tricks were Fuhrman (three assists) and Chris Lees.