Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/27/13
Owen Evans scored the tying goal with 38 seconds left in regulation and then won it 2:30 into overtime to give host Henderson a thrilling 9-8 non-league win over Strath Haven Wednesday in non-league boys’ lacrosse.
Evans led the Warriors (2-0) with four goals and an assist and Mike Medykiewicz added two goals while Chase Heisman made 12 saves.
Jonah Tate had two goals and Ted Bergman 15 saves for the Panthers (0-1).
Interboro 11, Upper Darby 10
Jake Herrmann (five goals, two assists) had the game-winner and Dave Hearn added three goals and two assists while Chuck Kelly made 12 saves to lead the Bucs.
Avon Grove 9, Lower Merion 5
Tanner Peck had three goals and an assist and Will Schreiner was outstanding in the cage with 15 saves to pace the Devils, who overcame a 4-3 deficit after three periods.
Chris Daly led the Aces with three goals.
Lansdale Catholic 14, Perkiomen School 2
Dan McMenamin had four goals and an assist, Pete White had three goals and two assists and Dom Moscariello had three goals and one assist to lead the Crusaders to the non-league win.
Lawrenceville (NJ) 9, Germantown Academy 3
Grayson Helm had two goals and an assist and Dylan Key scored twice for Lawrenceville (2-0) in the victory.
Ian Davies made 20 saves in goal in a standout effort for GA.
Holy Ghost 15, Archbishop Ryan 4
Sean MacDonald (3G, 3A), Michael Major (3G, 1A) and Ryan Kovacevich (3G) paced the attack while Greg Wozniak had eight caused turnovers and 11 groundballs for Holy Ghost Prep.
Joe Liguori had three goals for Archbishop Ryan.
Marple Newtown 11, Monsignor Bonner 2
Tyler Kostack had three goals and Aaron Bryant and Christian Xitas each had two goals and two assists for Marple Newtown.
Kennett 11, Haverford High 3
Matt Worrall had four goals and an assist while Alex O’Brien, Matt Petrick, Connor Dalphon, and Stephen Masha led the defense for Kennett.
Hill School 11, Kiski Prep 10
James Gould made 14 saves and Nate Ide-Smith supplied the game-winner with 1:32 left and had four goals and two assists to lead the Blues to the victory.
Spring-Ford 17, Boyertown 6
Paul Major had seven goals and two assists while Casey Pettine added four goals and one assist for the Rams in their PAC-10 opener.
Austin Mutter made 15 saves for the Bears.
Owen J. Roberts 21, Pope John Paul II 4
John Pennell had five goals – including the 100th of his career – and added three assists as the Wildcats won their PAC-10 opener.
Methacton 12, Pottsgrove 5
Michael Del Vecchio, Dominic Germano and Keith White had two goals apiece to help the Warriors win their PAC-10 opener.
Perkiomen Valley 11, Phoenixville 2
Zach Lynn collected three goals and four assists to lead the Vikings in the PAC-10 opener.
Central Bucks South 7, North Penn 3
Ryan Kelly had 10 saves and Tyler Strayline had three goals lead the Titans in the Suburban One Continental win.
Wissahickon 18, Springfield-Montco 7
Luke Gomez and Zach Scannapieco each had four goals for the Trojans.
Upper Dublin 15, Norristown 10
Michael Sowers had four goals and an assist to lead the Cardinals in the Suburban One shutout.
Upper Merion 13, Upper Moreland 9
Mikey Zadroga had four goals, two assists and five groundballs and Trevor Kupecky contributed two goals, four assists and five groundballs to lead the Vikings in the Suburban One win.
Salesianum School 17, West Chester East 1
The two-time defending DEL state champion Sals opened with an easy non-league win, opening a 16-0 halftime lead. Jay Kelly, Bailey Martin and Sam Fink led the attack for the Sals. Colby Reeder was 9 for 9 at the face-off X.
Caesar Rodney 16, Dover 5
Six goals by Eric Shaffer, three by David Schmidt, two by Austin Hayward and Nick Gruwell paced the Riders of Caesar Rodney.
Delmar 11, Sussex Tech 8
Three goals each by Ernest Leatherberry and Jeremiah Murray and two by Otto Jester paced the Wildcats of Delmar. For the Ravens, Willis Dickerson led with three goals and teammate Travis Quillen contributed two.
Cape Henlopen 17, Sussex Central 2
Five goals by Blake Mann, three by John Benson, and two each by Michael Hopkins and Nicholas Digugliemo paced the Vikings of Cape Henlopen. For the Knights, Robert Cognetta netted two goals.
St. Mark’s 8, Archmere 7
Three goals by James Magnani and two by Joseph Giannaras paced the Spartans of St. Marks. For the Auks, Daniel Ehrlichmann and Colin Duffy each contributed two goals.