TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 4/2/14
Sparky Hilburn scored the game-winner with five minutes to play to lift visiting Malvern Prep (PA) to a 6-5 thriller over La Salle (PA) Tuesday in non-league boys’ lacrosse.
The 7-0 Friars, No. 9 in the Warrior/TopLaxRecruits Rankings, won their third straight one-goal game over a team ranked at some point this year. La Salle, the defending Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association champion, is 0-3.
Hilburn and Adam Goldner each had a goal and an assist while Kyle Anderson, Conor Glancy, Tripp Traynor and Kevin McGeary scored once each. Carson Cocco got the win, making five saves.
Michael Rihm and Aidan Kerrigan each had a goal and an assist while Mitchell Soufleris, Stephen Hudak and Derek Bitzer scored one apiece for the Explorers. Colin MacDougall made 13 saves.
Padua Franciscan (OH) 6, Stow Munroe Falls (OH) 3
Senior Killian Murray (Baldwin Wallace) had two goals on rips from up top to help the Bruins claim their opener. (Via
Episcopal School of Dallas (TX) 20, Coppell (TX) 4
Jack Beare (6g, 1a) and Nakeie Montgomery (3g) led a potent attack and Charlie Sikes had eight saves as the visiting Eagles improved to 11-1.
Salem (VA) 6, EC Glass (VA) 5, OT
Jack Wilkerson had two goals as well as the game-winner as the Spartans improved to 3-1. James Mahan and Dave Lynch each added a pair of goals and Evans Pierce had 10 saves for Salem.
Luke Ahrens had two goals for EC Glass.
Mountain Vista (CO) 21, Castle View (CO) 9
Christian Barker had six goals, Kiel Brennan added four goals and Shane McKenna added two goals and six assists for the Eagles (5-2).
Haverford School (PA) 15, St Joseph’s Prep (PA) 6
The No. 12 Fords improved to 5-2 as Forry Smith and Dox Aitken each scored three goals and Shane McBride and Phil Poquie each had a pair.
Pat Walsh scored three for The Prep.
Brother Rice (MI) 16, Univ. of Detroit Jesuit (MI) 1
Under new head coach Ajay Chawla, the Warriors (3-0) rolled as seniors Jason Alessi and Reid Fisher led the team in scoring with four and three goals, respectively. Senior goalie Chris Lievois backed up the defense with 10 saves.
The Warriors are coming off two wins in Illinois over New Trier and Wheaton Warrenville South.
Georgetown Visitation (DC) 17, Germantown Academy (PA) 5
Kelly Myers tallied six goals and Addie Zinser added four as the Tigers (No. 19 in Brine/TopLaxRecruits Rankings) improved to 4-2.
Jennifer Stack and Allie Cannon each scored twice for GA.
Moorestown (NJ) 16, Eastern (NJ) 8
Marie McCool had six goals and an assist and Abbey Brooks had three goals and four assists for the No. 2 Quakers (3-0).
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