Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/13/22
Jacob Greiner (West Chester East) and Tyler Corpora (Emmaus) each scored two goals to help Jacksonville (1-1) stun host and No 2 Duke, 14-12, today.
Defenseman Jordan Young (Springside Chestnut Hill Academy) had two groundballs for Jacksonville while Jackson Intrieri (Wissahickon) had an assist.
For Duke (3-1), Joe Robertson (Duke’s LC) had two goals, an assist and two groundballs.
Virginia 11, High Point 10
Matt Moore (Garnet Valley) had three goals, three groundballs and a caused turnover and Peter Garno (Haverford School) added two goals and a groundballs for No. 1 UVA.
Georgetown 16, Johns Hopkins 8
James Reilly (Conestoga) won 10 of 17 faceoffs, Jack Leary (Haverford School) had a goal, an assist and a grounbdall and Matt Riley (Salesianum School) won 3 of 11 faceoffs for the Hoyas in their opener.
For Hopkins, defenseman Scott Smith (Coenstoga) and Hunter Jarosnki (Academy of the New Church) each had a groundball.
Michigan 11, Notre Dame 7
Erin Garvey (Unionville) scored three goals and Kaylee Dyer (Penn Charter) had two goals, two groundballs and a caused turnover and defender Maddie Burns (Germantown Academy) had a caused turnover for the visiting Wolverines in the stunner. Michigan (2-0) was ranked No. 23 before the weekend; Notre Dame (1-1) was No. 5
Virginia 18, Cal 5
Rachel Clark (Conestoga) scored once, Devon Whitaker (Episcopal Academy) had two caused turnovers and a groundball and Ashley Vernon (Shawnee) had two saves to gain the win in goal.
Liz Scott (Conestoga) had four draw controls for Cal.
Syracuse 23, Binghamton 6
Savannah Sweitzer (Springside Chestnut Hill Academy) had a goal, two groundballs and a caused turnover and Sam Swart (Archbishop Carroll) had a goal and a groundball for the Orange.
Denver 19, Louisville 9
Madi McKee (Garnet Valley) had nine draw controls, two goals and an assist and Nia Scott (Conestoga) had an assist in a losing cause for Louisville.