Quakertown boys’ lacrosse succumbed to Pottsgrove, 9-6, on Thursday. Frank Claus had a hat trick; Jeffrey Royall scored a pair; and Scott Keck had one goal for the Panthers. Keck added two assists, while Dan Grubb, Liam Grubb and Royall each had one. Chris Brady stopped 12 shots in goal for Quakertown. Gavin Hillaert won four faceoffs, and Dan Grubb came up with five ground balls.
CB East boys’ lacrosse used a 6-2 third quarter to power past Hatboro-Horsham, 13-11, on Tuesday. Logan Nelsen had a hat trick for the Patriots. Ryan Brown and Owen Griffin each scored a pair and added three assists. Michael Ott and Ryan Stout each chipped in two goals. Grant Porter had a pair of helpers. Ott won 22 of 27 faceoffs. Liam Rosenthal made nine saves. Griffin and Conor Larkin each had six ground balls; Nelsen had five. CB East (8-4 overall, 6-2 SOL Continental) will travel to CB South on Friday, April 29 to take on the Titans.
CB East boys’ lacrosse powered past host Penncrest, 11-8, on Saturday. The Patriots separated in the fourth quarter, which they won 6-3. Ryan Brown led the CB East attack with three goals and two assists. Alec Bracken and Owen Griffin each added two goals, while Ryan Stout notched two goals and three assists, and Mike Ott dished out four assists and won 10 of 19 faceoffs. Goalie Liam Rosenthal made seven saves. Griffin, Logan Nelsen and Bryan McIntosh each picked up three ground balls. McIntosh had three forced turnovers; Austin Prime had two. The Patriots are 7-4. CB East’s next game is Tuesday at home against Hatboro-Horsham.
Quakertown boys’ lacrosse was humbled by Lansdale Catholic, 11-0, on Thursday. The Panthers’ Dominic Giguinto came up with five ground balls, and goalie Chris Brady was credited with 24 saves.
CB East boys’ lacrosse dropped a heartbreaker on Thursday at North Penn, 10-9, in three overtimes. The Patriots actually came back with a 4-1 fourth quarter to knot the contest at 9 heading into OT. Ryan Brown, Alec Bracken and Mike Ott each scored two goals for CB East. Logan Nelsen and Owen Griffin each had a goal and an assist. Ott won 19 of 23 faceoffs. In goal, Ian Mauer and Liam Rosenthal each stopped six shots. For ground balls, Griffin had seven and Bryan McIntosh had five. McIntosh forced five turnovers; Joe Thiroway forced three. The Patriots are 6-4 and will travel to Penncrest on Saturday.
CB East boys’ lacrosse overpowered visiting Pennridge, 12-6, on Tuesday. The Patriots put the game away with a 4-1 fourth quarter. Owen Griffin was electric for CB East. He had four goals and five assists. Ryan Brown, Ryan Schmidt and Alec Bracken each had two goals, while Logan Nelsen had a goal and two assists. Michael Ott won 16 of 22 faceoffs. Liam Rosenthal made 13 saves. Bryan McIntosh led the Patriots with five ground balls. Griffin had four, and Joe Thiroway and Nelsen each had three. McIntosh came up with four forced turnovers; Thiroway had a pair. CB East (6-3) will travel to North Penn on Thursday.
Quakertown boys’ lacrosse couldn’t keep pace with Upper Moreland, 18-4, on Monday. Jeffrey Royall scored a pair for the Panthers. Scott Keck and Jacob Barndt each had one goal. Matt Cicchino and Keck each added an assist. Christian Morano contributed five ground balls, and Gavin Hillaert won seven faceoffs.
Quakertown boys’ lacrosse lost to visiting Freedom, 13-4, on Friday afternoon. The Panthers trailed 6-2 at the half. Frank Claus scored a pair for Quakertown. Scott Keck and Jeffrey Royall also found the back of the cage. Christian Morano and Matt Cicchino had assists. Shawn Wilson scooped up five ground balls, and goalie Chris Brady amassed 18 saves.
CB East boys’ lacrosse destroyed Souderton, 14-3, on Friday at home. The Patriots led 9-1 at the half. Logan Nelsen, Alec Bracken and Ryan Brown each had two goals. Owen Griffin scored a goal and added two assists. Colin Stein won eight of 10 faceoffs and Michael Ott won five of six. Henry Ruddell made four saves in goal. Jacob Manion and Brown each had three ground balls, and Andy Widmeier came up with three forced turnovers.
CB West boys’ lacrosse needed double overtime to down CB East, 7-6, on Wednesday at Doylestown’s War Memorial Field. Scoring goals for the Patriots were: Grant Porter, Ryan Brown, Ryan Stout, Ryan Schmidt, Logan Nelsen, Owen Griffin and Michael Ott. Ott also won 11 of 14 faceoffs. CB East goalie Ian Mauer was credited with nine saves. Nelsen picked up four ground balls; Joe Thiroway and Schmidt each scooped up three. Bryan McIntosh and Nelsen finished with three and two forced turnovers, respectively.