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Boys’ scholastic wrap: Pennsbury tops PW; Emmaus edges Ridley, Penncrest tips Unionville

Saturday, 21st March 2009

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Posted 3/21/09

Pete Sweetland and freshman Calvin Hopkins each scored three goals while Shawn Caven had two goals and four assists and Kenneth Warren one goal and five assists to power host Pennebury to a 13-8 victory over Plymouth Whitemarsh Friday in a boys’ lacrosse opener.

Caven and freshman Evan Caterson (one goal) also dominated at the face-off X, helping the Falcons win 18 of 23 draws. Dan Marr paced the Pennsbury defense and David Cutler (four saves) earned the win in goal.

Sean McLernan and Pat Nolan scored two goals each for the Colonials.

Team                       Q1           Q2       Q3       Q4       Final

Ply Whitemarsh           1          2          3          2  –       8

Pennsbury (home)       3          3          4          3  –       13


Pennsbury – 13; Pete Sweetland 3, Calvin Hopkins 3, Shawn Caven 2, Rick Jutkiewicz 2, Kenneth Warren 1, Ryan Brim 1, Evan Caterson 1

Plymouth-Whitemarsh – 8; Sean McLernan 2, Pat Nolan 2, Joe Hughes 1, Matt Collier 1, Chris McKinney 1, Colin Joka 1


Pennsbury – 11; Kenneth Warren 5, Shawn Caven 4, Peter Sweetland 1, Tim Considine 1

Plymouth-Whitemarsh – 6; Sean McLernan 1, Pat Nolan 1, Joe Hughes 1, Matt Collier 1, Zack Schulman  1, Colin Joka 1


Pennsbury 27, Plymouth-Whitemarsh 14


David Cutler (Pennsbury) 4, Peter Orler (Plymouth-Whitemarsh) 1

Emmaus 8, Ridley 7

Tate Klidonas collected three goals and an assist while winning 17 of 18 face-offs and scoring the game-winner with 1:34 to play to lead visiting Emmaus to a thrilling win over the Green Raiders under the lights. The victory gave Emmaus coach Jef Hewlings a triumph over his alma mater.

Alex Kuehner had a goal and two assists while Will Scott and Dan Kinek had two goals each.  Kyle Krause and Ben Sampson each scored once for the winning Green Hornets and Dan Zagnoli (eight saves) got the win. Tyler Johnston led Ridley with three goals and Sean Kane added a pair.

Lansdale Catholic 9, Bishop Shanahan 8

Kyle Plasha (two goals, one assist) scored the game-winner with 2:49 to play to cap a strong LC rally as the Crusaders edged the Eagles. Liam Malley led the Crusaders, who came back from a 6-4 halftime deficit, with four goals and three assists. Devon Barrett added two goals and Ethan Barrett scored once. Ethan Barrett and Jon Curtis led the LC defense.

Keegan Lawton paced Shanahan with three goals and an assist and Josh Smith added a pair of goals. Ryley O’Keefe made 11 saves.

LC 2 2 2 3 – 9

BS 3 3 0 2 – 8


LC -Bray 6

BS – O’Keefe 11

Springfield-Delco 17, Cardinal O’Hara 0

Bobby Gildea had four goals and two assists, Colin Keegan scored three goals and Joe Venit and Larry McLaughhlin each added two to pace the host Cougars to the shutout.

Penncrest 7, Unionville 6

Adam Yee scored the game-winner with 8.1 seconds remaining while Danny Jones and Tom Kusturiss added two goals for host Penncrest in its thrilling win. Brendan McElhenney made 11 stops for the win. Richard Kaiser led Unionville with three tallies.

McDonogh (Md.) 13, Penn Charter 5

The Quakers fell to 1-1 with the loss to the Maryland powerhouse. Joey Sankey had three goals and two assists for Penn Charter while Tyler White added two goals. Tyler Fredrick paced McDonogh with three goals and two assists.

Devon Prep 4, Collegium Charter 3, 2 OT

Jordan McDevitt scored in the second overtime to give host Devon the win. James Meyer scored two goals and Quinn White had a goal and an assist for the Tide.

Neshaminy 9, Central Bucks West 8, OT

Neshaminy rallied from a 5-1 third-period deficit and won it on an OT goal by Alex Forman (four goals).

Archbishop Wood 9, Wissahickon 8, OT

Sean Lindenmuth had the game-winner in overtime and contributed three goals and an assist while Sean McCartney, Mike Maxwell and Shane Miller added two goals apiece for the winning Vikings. Goalie Ben Worthington made saves on 17 shots. Jeff Gebert scored three goals for the Trojans while Shane Ziegler, and Brian Frankenfield each had two. A.J. Simanglatt scored once and Garrett Rosiek had two assists while Sean Smith made 11 saves.

Norristown 14, Kennedy-Kenrick 6

Mike Capcini pumped in seven goals and Shane Franzone added two goals and four assists to lead the Eagles. Albie Barth and Dan Price scored two goals each for KK.

Perkiomen Valley 9, Methacton 8, OT

Justin Morgan (four goals, two assists) scored the game-winner in overtime to give the Vikings the Pioneer Athletic Conference win. Eric Horn added two goals while Calvin Miller led Methacton with three goals and Scott Earley added two.

Upper Darby 10, Roman Catholic 5

Kevin Fonio paced the Royals with four goals while Andy Mardinley and Sean Riley added a pair each. UD goalie Dillon Burke had nine saves.

Henderson 7, Strath Haven 3

Ethan Heisman scored three goals to pace Henderson. Drew Wright had two goals and Mark Dolphin scored once while Will Torerence made 12 saves for Strath Haven.

Downingtown East 14, Sun Valley 7

Shane Sturgis scored four goals to lead the Cougars.Nick Morrell and Don Krausse had two apiece for Sun Valley.

Souderton 8, Phoenixville 1

Sean Becker scored three goals and dished out one assist, Josh Burke scored two goals, and Dan Berret had a goal and an assist as the Big Red rolled. Lee Stiles added two assists and Grant Nice had 10 saves in goal, while Joe Kudla and Andy Nagy played solid defense.

Springfield-Montco 10, Delaware County Christian 2

Nick Barraclough scored four goals and assisted on three more for the Spartans while goalie Dylan Evans made 15 saves to earn the win.

Archbishop Carroll 16, Conwell-Egan 7

Great Valley 13, Haverford High 3

Garnet Valley 15, Kennett 3

Chestnut Hill Academy 12, Father Judge 7

Marple Newtown 13, Interboro 5

Avon Grove 10, Upper Dublin 9

Bayard Rustin 11, Harriton 3

Owen J. Roberts 12, North Penn 8



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