TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 4/20/14
Kerry Lyne scored the game-winner in the second overtime Saturday as Wellesley (MA) earned an 11-10 win over Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.) at Harvard Stadium.
Tim Rahill made 16 saves for the Raiders (5-2), who sent the game into OT on a goal by Jack Vandervelde with 2 seconds left in regulation. John Caraviello – wgho had three goals – found Vandervelde on the crease.
Cold Spring Hatrbor held a 7-5 lead before LSM Sean Mathews scored his second of two back-to-back goals to bring The Raiders within 7-6.
The OT goal was set up by a face-off win by Tucker Dietrick, who also had three goals.
For Cold Spring Harbor, Jordan Walker had three goals freshman Ian Laviano had two goals.
Rocky Mountain (CO) Showdown
Mountain Vista 12, Kent Denver 8
Cherry Creek 14, Arapahoe 5
In a doubleheader At Sports Authority Field, Alex Womack had four goals and Shane McKenna had three goals and two assists as Mountain Vista improved to 10-2. Colin Munro added four assists.
Cherry Creek (10-2) got six goals from Ryan Arthur in the first half while Broderick Vitalie stood out at the face-off X.
Lambert (GA) 10, Centennial (GA) 8
Spencer Wilson (Furman commit) had four goals and two assists and Trey Arnold went 15-20 at the X to lead the Longhorns (11-4) in the Smiley for Kylie benefit game. Kylie, 12 and fighting cancer, is a cousin of one of the Lambert players currently going through Chemotherapy.
Sean O’Brien had four goals and Nate Buller and Zac Buller added two each for the Bears (11-2, ranked No. 11 in Warrior/TopLaxRecruits Rankings) in their win over the Greyhounds.
Peter Brown and Chase Wittich each had two goals for Gilman (7-4, ranked No. 12).
Springside Chestnut Hill (PA) 8, Corner Canyon (UT) 7
Tasso Karras had three goals, including the game-winner in OT, as the host Devils toppled the Chargers in the second game of their Eastern swing.
Springside Chestnut Hill (6-7) also got three goals from Jack Lamb.
Corner Canyon, 11-2, is the No. 2 rated team in Utah in the LaxPower state rankings and had defeated Good Counsel (MD), 9-7 on Thursday, in its first game in the East. Max Asay and Casey Rose had two goals each for the Chargers.
Germantown Academy (PA) 10, St Joseph Metuchen (NJ) 9, 2 OT
Garrett Trucksess scored his third goal of the game at 3:36 in the 2nd OT to lift GA (5-5).
Kyle Stenberg led St. Joseph (6-5) with three goals.
Shawnee (NJ) 7, St. Augustine Prep (NJ) 4
Shawnee improved to 8-0 as Kyle Borbi tallied three goals and Reece Tursi had 14 saves.
John Fox led the Hermits with one goal and one assist.