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.@FusionLax boys’ HS roundup: @Hunlax rallies past @TheHillLacrosse; @cbeastlacrosse clinches tie; Leech sets scoring mark

Thursday, 7th May 2015

Categories Boy's/Men's, Fusion boys roundup, High School, Posted 5/7/15

Cole West scored the game-winner with 30 seconds to play as undefeated Hun School rallied past host Hill School, 9-8, in the Mid-Atlantic Prep League.

Hun School, ranked No. 2 in and No. 4 in the Epoch Lacrosse North America Rankings, improved to 4-0 in the MAP (15-0 overall) with one game to play, at Mercersburg on Saturday.

Hill School (8-7, 2-3) nearly pulled off the upset as it led, 8-6, with three minutes to play.Fusion-Lacrosse1-e14261234464991

Owen Black collected three goals and two assists for Hun while Brendan Rooney and West each added two goals. Chris Donovan had a goal and three assists.

Zach Keller had two goals and an assist and Jake Saenz and Conor Shields each scored a pair for The Hill.

Central Bucks East 10, Souderton 2

The Patriots clinched at least a share of the Suburban One Continental Conference title and closed the league season at 11-1 (15-1 overall). CB South can tie them for the title with a win over CB West tonight.

The Patriots were led in scoring by Matt Vetter and Ryan Brown (one assist), who each scored four goals.

CB East plays its final regular season game Friday night at 7 pm when it travels to Radnor in a key seedings game.

Abington 18, Neshaminy 6

Cameron Leech had a goal and 10 assists and broke the school record for most points in a single season. He now has 131 points on the year. The record was previously held by Ron Forster (’76), who had 129 points.

Hunter Jones had eight goals and an assist and scored his 121st point of the season, good for fourth on the single season point total list.

Joey Lomady added four goals and an assist and John Wink had four goals for the Ghosts.

Upper Dublin 14, Springfield Montco 4

Michael Sowers collected three goals and seven assists and Mike Mullen tallied four goals as the Cardinals closed a perfect 14-0 season in the Suburban One American Conference.

Paul Chung won 17 of 21 face-offs for Upper Dublin, which is 16-1 and hosts Springfield-Delco Friday in a key seedings game.

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