Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/28/12
Hill School used a 5-1 run in the second period to edge Bunswick School (Conn.), 7-6 Friday in non-league boys lacrosse
The Blues (8-2) were down, 2-0, after the first period, but had possession for nine minutes of the next quarter and had five different goal scorers. Brunswick (4-6) rallkied to pull within 7-6 in the fourth period and had a man-up advantage, but Brennan Donville (12 saves) made some key saves to preserve the victory.
Andrew Marone had two goals for the Blues – who play Penn Charter today at the Katie Samson Lacrosse Festival – and Jack Wallice had a goal and two assists while Eric Foote, Ted Wolter, Eric Neumeyer and Nate Ide-Smith each scored once.
Owen J. Roberts 16, Boyertown 15
the Wildcats overcame a three-goal deficit in the final three minutes to hand Boyertown a stunning 16-15 Pioneer Athletic Conference setback.
Nick Tordone’s goal with 6.5 seconds remaining capped the comeback for the Wildcats, who share the league lead with Spring-Ford at 11-1. The equalizer for OJR came off the stick of Chris Antich with 17 seconds left.
Tordone, Ryan Kent and John Pennell (2 assists) each had hat tricks for the WildCats. For Boyertown, Chris Lees had five goals and two assists and Kevin Ostromecki scored three goals.
Boyertown, which trailed 10-7 at the break before posting an 8-2 run to go up 15-12 coming down the stretch, dropped to 8-4 and 9-5.
strong>Plymouth-Whitemarsh 6, Upper Dublin 3
Nick Swift poured in four goals and Andrew Saboia made 14 saves to pace the first-place Colonials to the key Suburban One American Conference victory.
The Colonials (7-0 SOL, 9-2 overall) now hold a two-game lead in the standings over the Flying Cardinals (5-2, 8-3).
Delaware Valley Charter 5, Fitzsimons 4
Dale had two goals and an assist for DelVal Charter.
Anthony Lloyd led FitzSimons with two goals.
Neshaminy 7, Council Rock South 4
Matt Magdelinskas had four goals and an assist to pace the Redskins to the Suburban One National Conference win.