Tyler Graham missed most of his senior lacrosse season after he suffered a torn left anterior cruciate ligament in August.

Still, he didn't let the lost time prevent him from reaching a milestone.

Playing in his third game this year, Graham recorded his 100th career point to help the Gloucester Catholic boys' lacrosse team beat visiting Camden Catholic, 6-5, in an Olympic National matchup Monday.

Graham entered the game needing three points to reach 100.

He finished with two goals and an assist. His 100th point came on an extra-man goal from the top of the box.


Josh Shimp smacked his 100th career hit during Pennsville's 5-1 nonleague victory at Deptford. Shimp was 1 for 4 and scored twice.

In other nonleague action, Tre Todd homered and drove in four in Gloucester Catholic's 20-9 triumph at Delsea. Phil Dickinson was 2 for 5 with three RBIs.


AnnMarie Cooker blasted a grand slam in the first as host Shawnee edged Eastern, 7-6, in an Olympic American game. Kaitlyn Konopka was 2 for 4 with two runs.

Girls' Lacrosse

Senior Austyn Cuneo netted her 100th career goal 41 seconds into host Eastern's 17-9 nonleague win over Kingsway. She finished senior night with five goals.