Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/3/15
Dylan Lee scored four goals and Denny Nealon had three goals and two assists while Daniel Lanham won 21-of-25 face-offs as visiting Garnet Valley downed Avon Grove Saturday night, 14-8, in the feature game at HEADstrong Foundation’s Rivalry Games.
Kennett 18, Holy Ghost Prep 12
John Finfrock poured in seven goals and Brady O’Neill had six goals and an assist while Beau Schmeusser had five goals and two assists for Kennett in the victory at the Rivalry Games.
Michael Major had seven goals for Holy Ghost.
Parkland 16, Exeter 6
Michael Warg and Gavin Saylor each collected four goals and an assist while Luke Summers added three goals and an assist for Parkland at the Rivalry Games.
Episcopal Academy 8, La Salle 7
Curtis Zappala had two goals and two assists while Connor Ringwalt and Chris Friedman had two goals and one assist apiece and Christian Feliziani won 13 of 19 face-offs for EA.
Kevin Lacon scored four goals for the Explorers.
Haverford School 18, St. Joseph’s Prep 9
Grant Ament had three goals and six assists and Drew Supinski scored four goals as the No. 1 Fords broke open a 5-5 game and improved to 20-0.
Kevin Stump had three goals and two assists to lead The Prep.
Marple Newtown 9, Great Valley 7
Connor Adelsberger had two goals and three assists and Dylan Walsh made 13 saves for the Tigers.
Ridley 7, Wissahickon 5
Nolan Fox completed a comeback by the Green Raiders, scoring the winning goal. Dawson Faust made seven saves, Bill Rouse and Nick Fox netted two goals apiece and Cade Heverly won 15 of 19 face-offs for Ridley.
John Carrozza led the Trojans with two goals and Jack Meyers posted 10 saves.
Springfield-Delco 12, Interboro 6
Mike Gerzabek led the Cougars with four goals, while Lucas Spence added two goals and three assists and Joe Debernardi and Colin Blake had two goals apiece.
Dave Kilgore led the Bucs with three goals
Malvern Prep 13, WC East 4
Jordan Donaghy led a balanced attack with a goal and four assists while Luke Hoffman scored twice for the Friars.
Sam Maddox scored three goals for WC East while Jeff Sherman posted 16 saves.
Upper Dublin 8, Conestoga 6
Mike Mullen had three goals and an assist, Michael Sowers added two goals and two assists, Paul Chung won 12 of 18 face-offs and scored once and Bobby McPeake posted 10 saves to pace the Cardinals to the victory.
Brant Pittman led the Pioneers with three goals while Jack Green (11 saves) and John Roulston (five) combined for 16 saves.
Spring-Ford 6, Downingtown East 5
Kevin Todd had three goals and an assists and Chris Morgan made 15 saves for the Rams.
Mike Risser led the Cougars with three goals.
Shipley 15, Perkiomen School 4
Tate Gallagher had four goals and two assists to set the school’s single season point record with 105 and Pete Moeller scored three goals for the Gators.
Hun School (NJ) 11, Shawnee (NJ) 7
Brendan Rooney and Chris Aslanian each netted three goals and Chris Donovan added two goals and four assists while Jon Levine posted 17 saves for undefeated Hun School.
Mike Githens had four goals and two assists for Shawnee.
Salesianum School 10, Cape Henlopen 3
Mike Drake had three goals and an assists and Aj Witherell added two goals and two assists while Ryan Kern posted 10 saves as the Sals defeated the team that knocked them off in last year’s state finals.
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