Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/5/15
The Fords (21-0, ranked 1st in the Epoch Lacrosse North America Rankings and Phillylacrosse.com Rankings) won their first title since 2012. They are 9-0 in the Inter-Ac and close their regular season at home Friday vs. Malvern Prep.
Colin Bosak added two goals for the Fords while Drew Supinski had a goal and an assist and Alex deMarco (five saves), Parker Henderer (five), Seamus Glavin (two) and Logan Atkins (two) combined for 14 saves.
Mike Bown had two goals for SCHA.
Upper Dublin 12, Wissahickon 4
The visiting Cards (15-1, 13-0 league) bolted to an 11-2 lead after three periods and clinched the Suburban One American Conference title.
Michael Sowers had three goals and four assists and Paul Chung won 16 of 19 face-offs while scoring two goals. Mike Mullen added two goals and an assist and Bobby McPeake posted 12 saves.
Jack Myers posted 17 saves for the Trojans.
Penncrest 12, Marple Newtown 10
Alex Bonnett had three goals and three assists and Ryan Kinnard added three goals and two assists as the Lions (14-3, 9-2) shared the Central League crown with Garnet Valley and won their second title (last year was outright).
TJ Reiley had four goals and two assists for Marple Newtown.
Garnet Valley 16, Strath Haven 6
Daniel Lanham won 14 of 16 face-offs and four players scored two goals as the Jags (12-3, 9-2) closed as co-champs of the Central League with Penncrest.
Bishop Shanahan 10, West Chester East 4
Alex Wagner scored four goals and Sam Goforth added three as the Eagles (13-1, 9-0) clinched at least a tie for their third straight Ches-Mont League crown.
Owen J. Roberts 8, Perkiomen Valley 7
Spring-Ford 12, Methacton 4
OJR scored all five second-half goals and Ben Hiltebeitel had the game-winner with just over a minute to play to stun the Vikings and advance to play the Rams. Austin Delgatto had three goals and Sam Garages two goals and two assists for the Wildcats while Brandon Calle posted 11 saves.
For PV, Kevin Mo had 17 saves and Matt Baker and Ben Minardi each scored two goals.
Spring-Ford rolled to the finals as Kevin Todd had three goals and two assists and Josh Gliva scored three goals.
Malvern Prep 10, Episcopal Academy 9
AJ Traynor scored with 0.9 seconds to play off a feed from brother Jack Traynor as the Friars edged EA to move into second place (12-8, 7-2) in the Inter-Ac with the Churchmen (12-6, 6-3).
AJ Traynor finished with three goals and an assist and Adam Goldner scored three goals while Billy Coyle had a goal and two assists and James Rodgers made seven saves.
Curtis Zappala led EA with four goals and an assist and Eric Haab had two goals and three assists. Christian Felizani won 13 of 23 face-offs in his battle with Charles Kelly.
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