TopLaxRecryuits.com, Posted 3/27/13
Yorktown led 4-1 after one period and 5-2 at halftime and was never threatened.
Jack Stebbins (Colgate) had two goals for Columbine (4-1) and Evan Hartman was a standout in goal.
Boys’ Latin 14, Glenelg 7
T Moyer, Michael Lynch and Ben Levin tallied three goals each and Casey Rees had two while Shack Stanwick had a goal and three assists to help the No. 1 Lakers remain perfect (7-0).
Hereford (MD) 7, Gilnan (MD) 6
The five-time Class 2A-3A state champion Bulls (1-1) seized a 7-2 lead and held off a late challenge for the upset win over the No. 7 Greyhounds (3-1). Conor Cunningham (Hofstra) was a standout with 17 saves while Jack Adams, Jason Ashwood and Joe Seider each had two goals..
Smithtown West (NY) 10, Farmingdale (NY) 3
Ryan Keenan had three goals and four assists to lead No. 10 Smithtown West (3-0)
Lawrenceville School (NJ) 9, Germantown Academy (PA) 3
Grayson Helm had two goals and an assist and Dylan Key scored twice for Lawrenceville (2-0) in the victory.
Ian Davies made 20 saves in goal in a standout effort for GA.
St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (VA) 15, Amador Valley (VA) 2
The No. 2-ranked Saints improved to 5-0 by dealing the Dons (5-1) their first defeat. SSSA plays at Carondelet (CA) today.
Haverford High (PA) 11, Norfolk Academy (NC) 10
Hannah Breslin scored the game-winner on an 8-meter off a key draw control by Tess Horan in the Fords’ victory over host Norfolk.
Olivia Martin had the game-tying goal and led the Fords (2-1) with three goals and an assist. Horan also had a key groundball that helped the Fords salt the game in the final minutes.
Norfolk fell to 6-2.
Concord (DE) 10, Ailexis I. DuPont (DE) 9
Heather Estle had five goals and Quinh Troung and Madeline Davis each had two for the Lady Raiders in their victory. Elizabeth Shields recorded five goals for A.I. DuPont