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Thursday’s boys’ District 1 roundup: Hatters top Pennsbury in OT; Radnor downs Ridley in 3 OT

Thursday, 20th May 2010

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Posted 5/20/10

Greg Cutilli scored the game-winner in overtime to lift host Hatboro-Horsham to an 8-7 victory over Pennsbury today in a boys’ District 1 second-round playoff game.

The win advanced the eighth-seeded Hatters (17-3) into the quarterfinals Saturday against top-seeded Springfield-Delco Saturday at Harriton (2 p.m.) in the back end of a doubleheader.

Face-off man Joey Palo won the OT draw that set up the game-winning tally. Calvin Hopkins had scored the tying goal in the fourth period.

Ryan Kreston led the Hatters with three goals and three assists and Jake Durkin scored three goals while goalie Dino Vitale had eight saves

Ricky Jutkiewicz scored twice for the Falcons.

Radnor 9, Ridley 8, 3 OT

Charley Rubin took the ball from X and scored the game-winner in the final minute of the third overtime to lift the Red Raiders past the league rival Green Raiders.

Radnor led, 5-4, at halftime until Tyler Johnson (four goals, two assists) scored all of his goals and helped the Raiders take an 8-7 lead. But Ben Junior tied the score late in regulation.

Spencer Lussier led Radnor with three goals and Jeff Puckette added a pair of goals and two assists. Kevin Garling tallied three for Ridley.

Central Bucks East 6, Downingtown West 5

Conner McSherry and Ben Auteri (two goals each) scored goals to break a 4-4 tie in the final period to lift the Patriots to the triumph.

Tyler Rankel and Eric Sanders had a goal and an assist each for the Whippets.

Springfield-Delco 9, Owen J. Roberts 3

Josh Cavanaugh, Bobby Gildea and Joe Venit each scored twice and Austin Kaut made 13 saves to pace the top-seeded Cougars.

Lower Merion 14, Spring-Ford 8

Andrew Mongeluzzi pumped in seven goals and increased his career mark to 203 and season total to 71 as the Aces rolled to the win.

Jordan Wolf contributed four goals and six assists and Ahmad Zachary had a goal and three assists while Hank Altschuler made 11 saves.

Spring-Ford defeated Lower Merion, 12-8, in the first game of the year.

Drew Thomas led the Rams with four goals.

Abington 16, Avon Grove 7

The Ghosts scored eight unanswered goals in the second period to claim the victory.

Matt Rambo tallied five goals and Ryan Ambler had four goals and two assists while Joey Jones had three goals and three assists for Abington. Anthony Hensley added two goals and four assists and Jesse McGinley made 10 saves.

Trevor Hornby had three goals for the Devils.

Conestoga 13, Downingtown East 5

Matt Smith had three goals and one assist and Tyler Brooke had two goals and one assist while Ryan Lord had a goal, two assists and nine groundballs to lead the Pioneers. Ryan Buttenbaum won 15 face-offs and scooped eight groundballs.

Shane Sturgis had two goals and two assists for the Cougars while Rob Fitzgerald scored twice and Kevin Barth made 15 saves.

Garnet Valley 8, Penncrest 6

Steve Smyrl had three goals, including the game-winner, and Ricky Lehman added two goals and one assist as the Jaguars advanced to the quarterfinals.

Matt Maser and Andrew Caldwell each scored two goals for Penncrest.

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