Lacrosse - Boys: Central Bucks East vs Central Bucks West (5/18/2017)

Central Bucks East vs. Central Bucks West

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Game Date Sport Game Type Overtime
May 18th 2017 Lacrosse - Boys Non-League Game No

Central Bucks East Comments

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PATRIOT STADIUM

FINAL SCORE

CENTRAL BUCKS EAST HS 11
CENTRAL BUCKS WEST HS 6

SCORE BY QUARTER
CENTRAL BUCKS EAST 0 - 4 - 4 - 3 TOTAL - 11
CENTRAL BUCKS WEST 2 - 0 - 2 - 2 - 6

EAST SCORING
Ryan Stout 2G, 1A
Michael Ott 2G 1A
Ryan Brown 2G
Ryan Bullotta 1G 1A
Greg Scholz 1G
Ryan Schmidt 1G
Alec Bracken 1G
Colin Stein 1G


EAST FACE OFFS WON
Michael Ott 17 of 19
Jake Ventresca 1 of 1




EAST SAVES
Liam Rosenthal - 11



EAST GROUND BALLS
Michael Ott 15
Ryan Schmidt 4
Joe Thiroway 3
Ryan Brown 2
Jacob Manion 2
Drew Bethke 1
Ryan Stout 1
Ryan Bullotta 1
Colin Stein 1
Jake Kueny 1
Liam Rosenthal 1
John Galow 1






CAUSED TURNOVERS
Joe Thiroway 3
Ryan Brown 2
Jake Ventresca 2
Bryan McIntosh 1
Drew Bethke 1
Ryan Stout 1
Ryan Bullotta 1


Central Bucks East hosted Central Bucks West Thursday afternoon at Patriot Stadium in the second round of the PIAA District One Playoffs. The Patriots (5th Seed), had a bye in Round 1, while the Bucks (12th Seed) beat Boyertown 7-6 to advance to Round 2. This game was a rematch from the game played just 9 days ago, a game that resulted in a 10-4 East victory. The temperature at game time was 92 degrees and the Bucks came out hot, while the Patriots started cold. Like the first game, CB West scored first, this time it was an unassisted goal by Brandon Gervais with 7:39 to go in the 1st quarter. Then with just 18 seconds remaining in the 1st quarter, Ben Saxauer scored an unassisted goal to put the Bucks up 2-0 at the end of the 1st quarter. The Bucks dominated possession in the opening quarter as they slowed the game down, were very patient offensively, and took many shots.

In the 2nd quarter the Patriots exploded for 4 goals and defensively they shut down the Bucks by not giving up a goal. East led at the half by a score of 4-2. The Patriots started the 3rd quarter where they left off.They scored 4 more goals in the 3rd quarter while holding West to just 2 goals, they held a 8-4 advantage after three quarters. The Patriots outscored the Bucks in the 4th quarter as well 3 goals to 2 and went on to win by a score of 11-6.

Offensively, the Patriots were led by Michael Ott who won a remarkable 17 of 19 face-offs, had 15 ground balls, 2 goals and 1 assist. Ryan Stout had 2 goals 1 assist, Ryan Brown also had 2 goals, Ryan Bullotta had 1 goal 1 assist, while Greg Scholz, Ryan Schmidt, Alec Bracken, and Colin Stein chipped in with 1 goal each. In addition to Ott's 15 ground balls, Ryan Schmidt scooped up 4 ground balls, Joe Thiroway had 3, Jacob Manion and Brown had 2, while Drew Bethke, Stout, Bullotta, Stein, Jake Kueny, Liam Rosenthal, and John Galow each had 1.

Defensively, Thiroway led the Patriots with 3 caused turnovers, Brown and Ventresca had 2, while Bryan McIntosh, Bethke, Stout and Bullotta each had one. East sophomore goalie, Liam Rosenthal, was outstanding in goal registering 11 saves.

With the win, the Patriots up their record to 15-3, advance to the quarter-finals, and will play at the #4 seed Spring-Ford on Saturday.

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