Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/13/13
Max Derham scored off an assist from James Diver with 18 seconds to play in overtime as host Germantown Academy defeated Shipley School in the opening round of the Inter-Ac Invitational.
GA (3-16), the eighth seed, will play Wednesday at Malvern Prep in the quarterfinals. Shipley (7-10) hosts Moorestown Friends Tuesday in the semifinals of the Friends Schools League tournament.
Rick Bozzelli led the Patriots with three goals and two assists while Ian Davies made eight saves.
Andrew Wofford led the Gators with two goals and Ian Walsh was a standout in goal with 18 saves. David Wolfson led the defense with eight groundballs and four takeaways. Chris Verdeur at close defense and LSM had four GBS and three takeaways.
Hill School 15, Academy of the New Church 5
JD Brachman scored three goals and dished two assists and Aidan Coll added three goals and an assist as the seventh-seeded Blues (8-6) advanced to meet second-seeded Episcopal Academy on Wednesday.
Jake Saenz and Auguste Boova each added two goals for the Blues while James Gould (nine saves) and Trexler Hirn (three saves) did the work in goal.
Lehigh Valley Conference Finals
Parkland 9, Emmaus 8, 3 OT
Brett Kudlak scored with 2:05 left in the third overtime to lift the Trojans (15-5) in the title game.
Josh Pope led Parkland with three goals, including the game-tying goal with 12.5 seconds left in regulation. Parkland avenged two regular-season losses to Emmaus (14-6), which had won the four previous league championships.
Nick Tonno led the Hornets with three goals.
Catholic League girls’ playoffs
Archbishop Wood 9, St. Hubert 7
St. Hubert 12, Lansdale Catholic 5
Kiara Lynch and Marah Hayes each scored three goals to lead Wood to the victory in the first round of the Catholic League playoffs.
The Vikings advance to meet second-seed Cardinal O’Hara (bye) in the semifinals on Thursday at Neumann University (5:45 p.m.).
Fourth-seeded LC will meet top-seeded Archbishop Carroll in the first game Thursday at 4 p.m.
Lehigh Valley Conference final
Parkland 12, Emmaus 11
Sophia Castillo collected five goals and three assists and Kelsey Carlon had four goals and five assists as the Trojans (16-4) won their first Lehigh Valley Conference championship.
Castillo had three goals in the final eight minutes after Emmaus’ Kaitlyn Willis (four goals) had tied it, 9-9.