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Tuesday’s HS results: Boys’ Latin, St. Paul’s (with Kudda.com replay) claim wins

Tuesday, 19th March 2013

Categories Boy's/Men's, High school  
 

BaltimoreLacrosseNews.com, Posted 3/19/13

After winning an uncharacteristic three games last year, the St. Paul’s (MD) boys’ lacrosse team dedicated itself to making 2013 a special year.

So far that’s exactly what’s occurred.
The Crusaders continued their stunning early-season run today by defeating visiting Georgetown Prep (MD), 10-7.

St. Paul’s, ranked No. 6 nationally by TopLaxrecruits.com, is 4-0 after going 3-15 last season.

“This group worked really hard together since last season ended,” said St. Paul’s coach Rick Brocato. “This is a fun group to coach because they get along so well.

“Right now they are feeding off each other and playing well, buying into what we do. We hope the momentum carries into the MIAA season because that’s what really counts. That’s what we are preparing for.”

In all, eight players scored for the Crusaders as Mikey Wynne and BJ Mattheiss had two goals each each and Carter Flaig had a goal and two assists. Hunter Pearl (four saves) and AJ Barretta (six saves) shared the goaltending chores and Mike D’Amelio won 13 of 20 face-offs while grabbing eight groundballs.

For Georgetown Prep, Bear Altemus had two goals and Charlie Horning had a goal and two assists while Townsend Brown had a goal and an assists and Will Railey made 10 saves in a solid effort.

Boys’ Latin 12, Gonzaga (DC) 4

Colin Heacock had five goals and two assists and Shack Stanwick added a goal and four assists while Colby Caplin (five saves) and Christian Knight (nine) combined for 14 saves in goal as the No. 1 Lakers improved to 4-0.

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McDonogh 10, Penn Charter (PA) 6

The Eagles improved to 4-0 while the Quakers fell to 0-3.

Landon 10, Archbishop Spalding 5

The Bears improved to 3-1 with the win.

Gilman (MD) 17, Haverford School (PA) 13

The No. 12 Greyhounds improved to 2-0 by breaking out to a 13-4 first-half lead and holding off a late Fords (0-2) charge.

Haverford Goals: Hupfeldt 4, McBride 3, O’Neill 2, Brooks, Supinski, Blynn, Poquie
Gilman Goals: Greene 3, Ruhl 3, Morrill 2, Brown 2, Wittich 2, DeSmit 2, Hutchins, W. McBride, DeMuth

Haverford Assists: McBride 2, Amant 2, Blynn, Brooks, Smith
Gilman Assists: Hutchins 2, Ruhl 2, Greene, Simms, Gemma, Walsch, Halpert

Haverford Saves: Landman 8, NA 6

Gilman Saves: T. McBride 6, Lee 3

DeMatha (MD) 11, Heights School (MD) 3

DeMatha improved to 2-1 with the non-league win as Brady Thompson scored three goals and Greyson Torain added two goals and two assists

Tyler Majarian added two goals for DeMatha and Steve Partlow had a goal and an assist. Brad Peters and Nick Ramsey split time in goal, both recording six saves.

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