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Friday’s HS boys’ roundup

Friday, 22nd March 2013

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/22/13

Robert Raucci scored the game-winner with 6:55 to play as host Garnet Valley defeated Hatboro-Horsham, 4-3, in a non-league boys’ lacrosse opener Friday.

Jonathan Vandenberg, Matt Taulane and Christian Lee also scored for the Jaguars and Mitchj Rose made 11 saves.

Jim Durkin scored twice for the Hatters and Ryan Higgins also scored while Mark Poust was a standout in the goal with 14 saves.

St. Joseph’s Prep 10, Downingtown East 9, 2 OT

Scott Schuerle scored the game-winner as the Hawks won in double OT.

Perkiomen Valley 14, Pennridge 13

Shawn Dickey had five goals and two assists while Sean Tornetta and Connor Dee each had three goals and an assist for Perk Valley. Bryce Womack had 14 saves.

Penncrest 15, Unionville 5

Will Mangianiello collected four goals and an assist and Zach Kruzel had three goals while Rob Logan added two goals and four assists. Dylan Protesto was a demon at the face-off X, wining 22 of 24 draws.

Souderton 10, New Hope-Solebury 4

Cameron Trick had three goals and three assists and Remi Reeves made 18 saves to lead the Indians to the win.

Ridley 10, Interboro 1

Brian Sinex scored three goals to lead the Green Raiders.

Springside Chestnut Hill 15, Plymouth-Whitemarsh 3

Forrest Rall and Clint Sanders each scored three goals for Springside Chestnut Hill Academy.

Archbishop Wood 9, Central Bucks West 3

Chris Rahill had two goals and three assists for Wood.

Springfield-Delco 6, Cardinal O’Hara 4

Lucas Spence tallied four goals and Mark Gurenlian won 12 of 14 face-offs to lead the Cougars to the win.

Avon Grove 8, Upper Dublin 5

Tanner Peck scored three goals to lead Avon Grove. Michael Rama and Ben Winebrake had two goals each for Upper Dublin while Jack Deragon made 14 saves.

Sun Valley 7, Pottsgrove 3

Mark Remner and Brandon Krause each had two goals and an assist and Chris Hassestt made 13 saves to lead Sun Valley.


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