Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/3/12
Kevin Hennessy scored off a feed from Nick Swift in overtime to lift visiting Plymouth Whitemarsh to a key 6-5 win over Upper Dublin today in a Suburban One American Conference boys’ lacrosse game.
The Cards (3-1, 1-1) had taken a 4-0 halftime lead, but the Colonials (3-1, 3-0) rallied as John Walker scored twice and Corey Kelly and Jake Brown also scored. Andrew Sabia was a key with 10 saves in goal.
Leighton Young and Michael Rama each scored twice for the Cards.
Haverford School 6, Penn Charter 3
Henry Blynn scored three goals and Will Gural won 10 of 12 faceoffs while Jake Landman had eight saves to lead the Fords in the Inter-Ac opener.
Eric Berger scored two goals for the Quakers and Jackson Tamasitis (17 saves) was brilliant in the cage.
Episcopal Academy 11, Germantown Academy 7
Tyler Odell pumped in five goals and Morgan Westby added three to lift EA in the Inter-Ac opener.
Reid Weber scored three goals for GA.
Abington 17, Council Rock South 2
Ryan Ambler scored four goals and Will Dulin added three to pace the Ghost to the Suburban One National Conference rout.
Ridley 14, Wissahickon 4
Kelton Heverly and Jim Gormley each had two goals and an assist and Kyle Bush had a goal and three assists to pace the Green Raiders to the non-league win. Brian Sinex added a goal and won all 11 of his face-offs.
Brian Dick scored twice for the Trojans.
Kennett 11, Sun Valley 4
Evan Allvord collected four goals and two assists and Jeff Tinkoff won 10 of 10 face-offs as Kennett earned the Ches-Mont League win.
Springfield-Delco 9, Plainedge (NY) 6
Vince Marra had two goals and an assist and Lucas Spence and Chris Martin each scored twice as the Cougars won on Long Island to give their coach, Tom Lemieux (Comsewogue grad) a nice homecoming.
Avon Grove 10, Lower Merion 9
Tanner Peck sparked the Devils to the non-league win with four goals and three assists.
Craig Markman had three goals and an assist for Lower Merion while Cooper Eisenhard scored twice, won 17 of 22 face-offs and scooped nine groundballs.
Pennsbury 12, Neshaminy 6
After a slow start by Pennsbury, Neshaminy capitalized and took a 2-1 lead into the 2nd quarter, however the Falcons recaptured the lead, ultimately taking a 10-2 lead into the 4th quarter.
Pennsbury was led offensively by Andrew Probst (5G, 2A) and defensively by goalie Drew Sweetland made 10 saves over 3 quarters of work.
Matt Magdelinskas had three goals for Neshaminy.
Malvern Prep 17, Chestnut Hill Academy 1
The Friars coasted as Chris Hilburn led a balanced attack with three goals.