Roundup: Fuydal’s 4 goals lead Great Valley by Wissahickon

LOWER GWYNEDD – Jon Fuydal collected four goals while Chis Hueston and Jake Waite added two apiece to spark Great Valley to a 10-5 boys lacrosse nonleague win over Wissahickon in the season opener for both schools Friday.

Also for the Patriots, Nate Salmon controlled 9 of 13 faceoffs and Josh Hughes turned in a solid defensive performance.

Great Valley: 2-1-1-6 – 10
Wissahickon: 3-0-1-1 – 5

Wissahickon Scoring:
Nate DeGroat 1g 1a
Luke Gomez 1g
Tyler Zapach 1g
John Carrozza 1g
Pat Magdalinski 1g
Brooks Melvin 1a
Jack Myers 9 saves

Great Valley Scoring:
Fuydal 4g
Walte 2g 1a
Hueston 2g
Merrill 1g 1a
Fitzpatrick 1g
Kalrek 1a
McAneney 5 saves

Downingtown East 8, St. Joseph’s Prep 7, OT – Lucas Iacovino found the back of the net in overtime to deliver the win for the Cougars in their season opener. Iacovino and Nathan Wingate led Downingtown East with two goals apiece.

DTE 1-2-3-1-1 – 8
SJP 2-1-0-4-0 – 7

Downingtown East scoring
Lucas Iacovino 2G (Game winner)
Nathan Wingate 2G
Ian Riehl 1G 1A
Kevin Meakim 1G 1A
Darien Vitelli 1G
Jake Peden 1G
Will Umberger 2A
Mike Risser 1A

DTE Marx 4 Saves 1st half
DTE Wilson 14 Saves 2nd half

Bishop Shanahan 16, Lower Merion 7 – Bishop Shanahan opened its season with the nonleague victory as John Mehok came through with five goals and two assists. Other big scorers for the Eagles were Alex Wagner (4 goals, 3 assists), Dylan Alderman (3 goals, 3 assists) and Pat Corcoran (2 goals, 3 assists). Tom Seifer keyed the Shanahan defensive effort.

John Mehok 5 goals, 2 assists
Alex Wagner 4 goals, 3 assists
Pat Corcoran  2 goals, 3 assists
Dylan Alderman 3 goals, 3 assists
Sean McErlean 1 goal, 1 assist
Eli Goforth 1 goal

Goalie saves:
Jason Yoquinto 2 saves
Sam Gindhart  6 saves

Lower Merion:
E. Wolf- 4 goals
J. Shade  1 goal
D. Buckman 2 goals, 1 assist

Goalie saves:
C. Whitby – 7 saves

Malvern Prep 17, West Chester East 2 – Malvern Prep’s Ryan Hilburn and Kyle Anderson combined for seven goals and three assists to ruin the Vikings’ season opener.

Malvern Prep
Adam Goldner 2g,1a
Kyle Anderson 3g,1a
Ryan Hilburn 4g,2a
AJ Traynor 1g,0
Conor Glancy 1g,0
Kevin McGeary 1g,0
Charles Kelly 0,1a
Mac Updike 1g,0
Zach White 1g,3a
Billy Coyle 2g,0
Matt Miller 1g,0
Carson Cocco 2 saves

Penncrest 15, Unionville 6 – Jimmy Nowoswiat and Dan Donovan both scored hat tricks but it wasn’t enough as Unionville dropped its season opener by a lopsided count.

Penncrest 7-2-4-2- 15
Unionville 1-0-1-4- 6

Will Manganiello 4g, 1a
Drew Hanna 3g, 3a
Alex Bonnett 1g, 5a
Robert Logan 2g, 1a
Ethan Trusty 1g
Ryan Kinnard 1g
Dan Bullitt 1g
Cameron Bryan 1g
Colin Speer 1g
Dylan Protesto 19 of 20 FO
Dylan McCleaft 3
Casey Brown 3 saves
Steve Nolan 1 save

Donovan 3g
Nowoswiat 3g
Hartley 20 saves

West Chester Rustin 16, Pottsgrove 6 – The Golden Knights rolled to the season-opening nonleague win behind six goals from Mark Campanile and two strikes and three assists from R.J. Zoba. T.J. Kirk controlled 7-for-10 on faceoffs for Rustin.

W.C. Rustin 3 7 4 2–16

Pottsgrove   1 0 2 3–6

W.C. Rustin goals: Campanile 6, Zoba 2, Boyer 2, Clarke, McGuane, Diggin, Amicone, O’ Neill, Muliawan.

Goalie saves: Moore (WCR) 10; Pottsgrove 8.

W.C. Henderson 17, Neshaminy 7 – Noah Richard cashed in five goals to help the Warriors prevail in their season opener. Chipping in with four goals for Henderson was Luke Pennington while Cody Pascale had two goals and four assists.

W.C. Henderson 4 3 6 4–17

Neshaminy         1 2 3 1–7

Henderson goals: Richard 5, Pennington 4, Pascale 2, Ziesel 2, McGowan, Peeter, O’Neill, Twohig.

Goalie saves: Beren (WCH) 12.

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