Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/11/15
Eric Haab pumped in five goals and Connor Ringwalt had two goals and two assists while Curtis Zappala (two goals, one assist) reached 200 career points as host Episcopal Academy defeated Germantown Academy, 12-7, Friday in Inter-Ac league boys’ lacrosse.
Chris Fredman also had two goals and an assist and Christian Feliziani won 15 of 20 face-offs while Colin Reder made 10 saves for EA, 6-2 overall and 1-1 in the league.
Garrett Trucksess had two goals and two assists and Brad Palmer had two goals and one assist for GA (6-3, 0-2).
Malvern Prep 11, Springside Chestnut Hill Academy 8
Adam Goldner had four goals and two assists and Billy Coyle contributed three goals and three assists while Charles Kelly won 17 of 22 face-offs for Malvern in the Inter-Ac win.
Brendan Clark scored three goals for SCHA.
Hatboro-Horsham 9, Central Bucks West 8
Pierre Armstrong took a pass in the crease and found the net just before the buzzer sounded ending regulation to give the Hatters the thrilling last-second win at home.
Armstrong finished with two goals and three assists, while Logan Eldridge added three goals and two assists.
Steve Hogan stopped 16 shots in net for the Bucks, who lost their first conference game of the young season. Reece Udinski led CB West with three goals and three assists, while Will Ross added two goals and an assist.
Interboro 11, Cardinal O’Hara 4
Chris Hummel had five goals and three assists and Chuck Kelly posted 14 saves to lead the Bucs.
Eric Marchetti had 14 saves for O’Hara.
Methacton 10, Phoenixville 2
Harvey Smith had three goals to lead the Warriors.
Conestoga 14, Owen J Roberts 7
Tommy Sopko had four goals and two assists and Greg Taicher contributed four goals and one assist for Conestoga.
Jack Colt and Ben Hiltebeitel each had two goals and an assist for the Wildcats.
North Penn 12, Pennridge 9
Zack McKelvie had three goals and an assist and Scott Keffer and Luke Homan each scored three goals for the Knights.
Sean Fechter led the Rams with three goals and an assist.
Central Bucks South 8, Souderton 6
Brendan McGrath, Chris Tanner and Jake Henze each scored two goals and Robbie Richick made nine saves as the Titans improved to 6-0.
Abington 16, Council Rock North 5
Cameron Leech poured in eight goals and had three assists to lead the Ghosts.
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