Goforth, Shanahan dominate Kennett; West Chester East takes 5th straight

Bishop Shanahan 18, Kennett 1 – The high-flying Eagles dominated from start to finish, bolting out to leads of 8-0 and 12-1 in the opening quarters in registering the Ches-Mont League win Saturday.
Gabe Goforth led the way with four goals and three assists while Kyle Gucwa, Bryan Rafferty and Connor Whalen all had hat tricks and a combined four assists as Shanahan (13-1) stretched its winning streak to 11.
Shanahan                  8-4-4-2 – 18
Kennett                      0-1-0-0 – 1
Collin Gucwa 1G
Luc Trudel 1G
Gabe Goforth 4G’s 3A’s
Connor Whalen 3G’s
Kyle Gucwa 3G’s 2A’s
Owen Mehok 1G
Bryan Rafferty 3G’s 2A’s
Parker Childs 1G
Dylan McMahon 1G
Nic Pezone 9 saves
Keegan Billie 2 saves
Tyler Kingsbury 11/18 FO’s
Jake Freebury 1G
Sam Forte 1A
Nick Kienzle 5 saves
West Chester East 17, Lower Merion 11 – Joe Carozzo cashed in six goals and three assists and Jacob Greiner chipped in with four goals and three assists as the Vikings (13-2) captured their fifth straight decision.
WC East
Jeff Greiner 4g 2a
Jacob Greiner 3g 3a
Joe Carozzo 6g 3a
Seth Cohen 1g
Jesse Roth 3g
Rocco Grello 3a
Bryant Maits 2a
Ben Delaney 3a
Ethan Pfaff 1a
Brian Andiario 8 saves
Downingtown West 10, Ridley 9. OT – The Whippets (9-7) got two goals apiece from Nick Higgins, Luke Venzie and Jameson Smyth in their overtime nonleague win.
D-West             3-2-3-1-1 – 10 
Ridley              2-3-0-4-0 –  9
Nick Higgins 2G, 2A, 1CT, 1GB
Luke Venzie 2G, 2A, 1CT, 1GB
Jameson Smyth 2G, 1CT (caused turnover), 2GB
Ty Rodriguez 1G, 1A
Kurt Rachau, Ty Long 1G each
Josh Toth 1G, 2CT, 4GB’s
Evan Richard 2A
Ty Wolverton 1A, 1GB
Aiden Carr 1CT, 2GB’s
Jackson Chiappa 2CT
Owen Fry 1CT, 2GB
Ryan Dever 1CT, 2GB’s
Joe Shafer 1CT, 2GB’s
Michael Straub 8/20 FO (40%)
Zach Rossman (G) 16 saves
Jack Wills 2g, 1a
Matt Catini 2g
Nate Desmond 2g
Sean Hinchey 1g, 1a
Gavin Kingsborough 1g
Conor Morris 1g
Nick Falcucci 1a
Matt Haines 2a
Unionville 17, Methacton 4 – The Indians (9-7) extended their winning streak to three with the nonleague victory, keyed by Gerry Ulatowski’s four goals and hat tricks from Connor Ash and Joey Dettore.
Gerry Ulatowski 4G
Connor Ash 3g,1a
Joey Dettore 3g,2a
Andrew Bowers 2g,1a
Haden Quillman 2G
Drew Lenkaitis 1G
Matt Kirk 1G
Graydon Dinsel 1G
Hempfield 18, Great Valley 9 – Ty Hayes recorded a hat trick, Michael Corrigan, Hayden Darabant and August Flynn scored two goals each and Zach McCarthy collected 15 saves in the nonleague loss for the Patriots.
Great Valley            1-2-5-1  –  9
Hempfield               9-2-3-1 – 18
Great Valley
Ty Hayes 3g, 1a
Michael Corrigan 2g, 1a
Hayden Darabant 2g, 1a
August Flynn 2g
Jack Meyer 2a
Kevin Travers 1a
Zach McCarthy, goalie, 15 saves
Kohl 6g, 1a
Cam 3g, 2a
Jacob 3g
Houston 2g, 2a
Griffith 2g
Witmor 1g, 1a
Dague 1g, 1a
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