Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/24/13
It was a bit of a reunion for Downingtown West head coach Tom Slate when his Whippets faced visiting Downingtown East Tuesday night in Ches-Mont League boys’ lacrosse.
Slate coached the Cougars for seven years and led them to the 2007 state championship. He returned this year as West coach after coaching professionally in the MLL and NLL.
Kyle Lauletta had two goals and an assist and Kevin Meakim scored twice while Brandyn o’Connel.ll had a goal and three assists for Downingtown East (6-5, 4-2).
The Whippets (6-4, 3-2) got two goals and an assist from Matt Logan and 13 saves from Alex Ataifar.
Avon Grove 8, Kennett 7, OT
Matt King had the game-winner and Eric Russo had two goals and an assist as the Devils earned a thriller over the Demons.
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy 7, Penn Charter 6
Tasso Karras and Evan Fireman each had two goals as the Blue Devils earned an Inter-Ac win.
Ray Vandegrift scored four goals for Penn Charter.
Conestoga 8, Strath Haven 7
Jake Scott had the game-winner and Alex Mezey scored three goals while Christian Jobs won 13 of 19 face-offs for the Pioneers in the Central League win.
Mitch Cross had four goals and an assist for the Panthers.
Spring-Ford 15, Owen J Roberts 12
Paul major collected four goals and five assists and Troy Szostek had four goals and three assists to help Spring-Ford top Owen J. Roberts in the completion of a rain-suspended PAC-10 showdown.
The victory avenged an earlier 12-10 loss to the Wildcats and put the two-time defending champions alone at the top of the league standings (9-1, 9-2 overall).
Lower Merion 7, Marple Newtown 5
Chris Daly tallied three goals for the Aces in the Central League win.
Dave Talda scored three for Marple Newtown.
Neshaminy 8, Pennsbury 6
Alex McKenzie and Matt Magdelinskas both had hat tricks as visiting Neshaminy knocked off Pennsbury.