's last lacrosse win against
went into overtime on May 1.
The Green Raiders did not have to work overtime yesterday in an Eastern Pennsylvania Lacrosse Association second-round game with the visiting Lions, scoring four second-half goals in a 7-2 win.
Rob Lamey and Brian Hill each scored two goals for the fourth-seeded Green Raiders, champion of the Central League.
In other second-round games:
St. Joseph's Prep
got three goals from Kenny Langford in a 10-6 win over
. The Hawks, who led, 5-4, at the half, also got two goals apiece from Brendan Glynn and Ian Correia.
Josh Cavanaugh's four goals paced
(Delaware County) to a 12-10 win over visiting
Ryan Goldman scored one minute into overtime to give
a 9-8 win over rival
, 16-7, behind Colin McGeehin's five goals and two assists. The Friars advance to a Tuesday night game against Springfield (Delco) at Conestoga.
Rory O'Connor scored four goals for host
in a 9-4 win over
. Ben Bourke added two goals for the Fords (16-6), who led, 4-3, at halftime.
s Chris Hasyn and
's Mark Milbrandt appear to be on a collision course once again after cruising through the first couple of PIAA State Class AAA rounds at the Hershey Racquet Club.
Milbrandt, the District 1 champion, beat Lower Dauphin's Sean Montgomery, 6-1, 6-3, in the first round and advanced to today's semifinals with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Erie McDowell's Landon Williams, the District 10 champion.
Hasyn, the defending state champion, beat
's Gabe Steerman, the District 12 champ, 6-3, 6-0, in the first round and followed that with a more difficult 6-3, 7-5 win over District 11 champion Andrew Schwepfinger in the quarterfinals.
In Class AA,
's Taylor Cohen, the defending state champion, advanced with a pair of straight-set wins.
In Class AA doubles, the
doubles team of Samuel Harmatz and Drew Hoffman advanced to today's semifinals with a pair of straight-set wins.
In a District 1 Class A quarterfinal, Matt Regan pitched a five-inning no-hitter for host
in its 11-0 win over
. Regan struck out 13 of the 18 batters he faced.
District 1 Class AAAA.
Sophomore Julian Anapolsky won his fourth game in five starts, allowing just four hits, for
in its 9-2 win over
Harry S. Truman
. Anapolsky got plenty of hitting support from battery mate Ed Burke. The catcher went 3 for 3 with two RBIs.
Matt Albaugh went 2 for 2 to lead
West Chester East
Council Rock South
, 5-2, getting six strong innings from starter Jason Ferrie, who allowed just one earned run.
Pa. Independent Schools.
Ian Vazquez went 3 for 4 to lead