Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/27/15
Brant Pittman scored the game-winner in overtime Friday as host Conestoga defeated Springfield Delco, 9-8, in a game that was suspended Friday at halftime due to a lightning storm.
Conestoga was paced by Pittman with three goals and one assist. Sam Friedman had two goals and two assists with his second goal sending the Pioneers into overtime. Lucas Spence had one goal and five assists and Dan Wasson had four goals to lead Springfield.
Penn Charter 6, St Anne’s-Belfield (VA) 5 OT
Luke Stansfield scored the game-winner and had three goals to pace the Quakers to a win in Virginia.
Cody Sweeney added three goals and Sean McKee posted 10 saves for PC.
IMG Academy (FL) 22, St. Augustine 17
Jared Chiachetti collected four goals and an assist, Charlie Kitchen had three goals and Joe Eisele added two goals and three assists to lead the Hermits in the loss to the Florida power.
Holy Ghost Prep 12, Abington 8
Michael Major scored four goals and Michael Kirby had two goals and four caused turnovers while Greg Price posted 14 saves for Holy Ghost.
Hunter Jones led the Ghost with three goals, one assist and two groundballs while John Wink had three goals and three groundballs and Luke Werner posted 15 saves.
Manheim Township 18, Warwick 6
Senior attack Ryan Miller and senior midfielder Kevin Curcio each racked up six goals and three assists to pace the Blue Streaks (3-0 overall, 2-0 league), while teammate Chris Augeri had three goals and two assists and Chris Rivera had a goal and an assist. Goalies Jack Braswell (nine) and Caton Johnson (four) combined for 13 saves.
Methacton 14, PJP II 7
Michael DelVecchio collected four goals and an assist as the Warriors notched their first win of the season. Also,
Perkiomen Valley 15, Phoenixville 1
Connor Dee had six goals and two assists to power PV.
Bishop Shanahan 15, Marple Newtown 4
Alex Wagner poured in nine goals and Ben Farrell added three goals and four assists to lead the Eagles.
T.J. Reiley had two goals for Marple Newtown.
Souderton 7, Interboro 6
Greg Gibbs had two goals and two assists and Remi Reeves posted 12 saves to lead the Indians
Dave Kilgore led the Bucs with three goals and Chuck Kelly had 12 saves.
Central Bucks East 6, North Penn 2
Central Bucks East increased its record to 2-0 as Matt Vetter and Matt Brown led with two goals a piece. Jack Auteri won 10 of 10 face-offs, Mike Eveland scooped up seven ground balls, and Sean McGovern was strong in goal with seven saves.
Archbishop Wood 17, Father Judge 7
Brian Kent had four goals, four assists and two groundballs while Cole Miller scored four goals to pace Wood to the Catholic League win.
Central Bucks South 15, Hatboro-Horsham 11
Chris Tanner had three goals and four assists and Evan Falkowski added three goals and two assists while Brendan McGrath tallied three goals to lead the Titans.
Central Bucks West 11, Pennridge 3
Reece Udinski had three goals and three assists and Will Ross added three goals and an assist while Steve Hogan made 11 saves for CB West.
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