Delran (9) at Rancocas Valley (12) - Boys Lacrosse

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Pleshaw broke up the run with her 24 goal of the season just 1:15 later, but Riportella potted back to back markers to push the Panthers lead to ten (12-2) with 22:30 left. "I think the kids know how good they can be, but now it is a matter of doing it". "With the year of physical maturation, our midfielders will be able to play more physical defense in the defensive zone and keep some shots from coming from a less risky part of the field". And the boys knew it. His team was ready to play and mine wasn't.

Stags Coach Dan Soule, who said he is still learning his team's tendencies, got a chance to see how his team reacted and played against the defending Class A South champions. Marin Waddington collected three assists, six ground ball recoveries, five draw controls, and forced two turnovers. "We did not play real well in the first half, which didn't really surprise me, because we had only been out on the field a few times for practice before the game".

Herron scored the victor with 18.2 seconds to go when he circled the crease and got a clean look. On the defensive, Kendall Chapko had an 89% save percentage in the goal.

Bringing back a skilled goalie in sophomore Garet Long along with close defenders in Gavin Olson and Donny Schuyler, the Royals look to cut down on the opposing team's attack after having nine games with double-digit goals surrendered.

But the Red Storm answered with 55 seconds left in the quarter when Tommy Stratis blew past the defense and scored uncontested.

The men's lacrosse team seemingly did the impossible when they completed an unlikely comeback by scoring four goals in the final 1:37 to force overtime against Providence Saturday afternoon. The Blue Devils earned bragging rights with a hard-fought, 6-5 win.

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"It was nice to score 18 goals again and limit what our opponents were seeing in terms of their scoring opportunities", head coach Julie Myers said.

The Lady Chargers added three more goals in the second half to extend out to an 18-1 lead which eventually became the final score.

Red Storm goalie Benjamin Hughes, who had never played goal until this year, finished with 13 saves.

"Ryan started off 7-0 past year in JV games, so we know he has some ability", Peters said.

Mike Hatch scored twice for the Stags.

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