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Scholastic boys’ roundup: Radnor downs Upper Dublin; CBE, La Salle, GA, Malvern Prep claim wins

Thursday, 1st April 2010

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Posted 4/1/10

Spencer Lussier collected three goals and two assists and Harrison Lawrence had a goal and an assist to pace Radnor to a 10-3 win over Upper Dublin today in non-league boys’ lacrosse.

Ben Junior, Jeff Puckette, Charley Rubin, Tyler Murkley, Derrick Adger and defenseman Carlos Pelaez scored once each for the Red Raiders (10-3). Pelaez led the defense, which has not allowed an opposing team to score more than three goals this year. Freshman goalie Brendan Manderack made five saves.

Casey Boyd scored twice for the Cardinals (0-2) and Andy Lunney scored once.

Central Bucks East 11, Souderton 7

The Patriots (1-0) jumped to an 8-1 lead and held off the Indians (2-1) in the Suburban One Continental Conference opener.

Matt Brodzik led East with three goals and two assists while Alex Fetterman had two goals. Brandon Ament, Rob Ferrall, Parker Self, Brian Urban and Chris Vetter each scored once. Nick Andris (three saves) and Ethan Quist (one save) handled the goaltending chores and strong play from Scott Morgan and Ryan Andress at LSM helped CB East control the transition game.

J.P. Carroll scored two goals and added an assist to lead the Indians and Bryan Ziegler added two goals. Lee Stiles, Ridge Schultz and Tim McIlhenny also scored once each and Grant Nice was strong in the cage with 22 saves.

La Salle 17, Holy Ghost Prep 3

Sean Warrender tallied three goals while Kevin Forster and Christian Cardinal each had two as the host Explorers (1-1) routed the Firebirds (1-1).

La Salle raced to an 11-2 halftime lead.

Germantown Academy 14, Plymouth Whitemarsh 4

Beau Jones scored four goals and added three assists while George Robinson had three goals as the Patriots (2-0) toppled the Colonials.

Billy Oppenheimer had two goals and two assists while Connor Crump, Noah Kennedy, Reid Weber, Will Black and George Riter each scored once. Kennedy, Weber, Black and Drew Gill each had assists.

Steve Oppenheimer had eight saves and Jake Adoni had five for GA.

Zak Schulman led PW with two goals while Andrew Cox and Pat Nolan each scored once.

Malvern Prep 12, Unionville 5

Keith Dreyer scored three goals and nine others scored once as the host Friars (3-1) downed the Indians (1-2).

Tony South led Unionville with two goals while Billy Donovan had a goal and an assist and James Moss and Riley Piper each scored once. Richard Kaiser had two assists.

James Brandolini had nine saves in goal for the Friars.

Shipley 16, Bluffton (S.C.) 2

The Gators (4-0, 0-0 FSL) capped off their spring break trip with a win over Bluffton, a perfect ending to complete an undefeated road trip.

Mike Litner and Matt Gagnier led Shipley with four goals each and one assist each. Nick Sterge added two goals and two assists while EJ Whyte and Tyler Walsh each had two goals and freshman James Lee had his first career goal.

Senior captain James Brownstein added a goal and paced the defense, along with Danny Brown (one assist), Gore Kamara, Mike Gagnier, Steve Gentry and Will Todd, Jamie Piltch, Chris Gaulin and Travis Rosenbluth. Ian McGibbon had three saves and freshman Christian Whyte had two saves.

Hatboro-Horsham 17, Grandview (CO) 4

The Hatters improved to 1-1 with the win in Orlando, Fla. They play Denver East Friday in the final game of their spring trip.

Conestoga 10, Downingtown East 3

The top-ranked Pioneers (2-0) raced to a 6-1 lead and downed the Cougars (0-3). Ryan Lord scored three goals while Jeff Chu added two and Austin Rogusky had three assists. Five other players scored once: Jason Klunder, Tanner Scott, Tyler Brooke, Zach Jacobs and Mike Honebrink.

John Lopes and Peter Zonino each had four saves in goal.

Ridley 7, Henderson 6

Dale Smith scored two goals and Jim Gormley had the game-winner for the Green Raiders (2-1).

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