Lacrosse - Boys: Central Bucks East vs Council Rock South (5/11/2017)

Central Bucks East vs. Council Rock South

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Game Date Sport Game Type Overtime
May 11th 2017 Lacrosse - Boys League Game No

Central Bucks East Comments

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PATRIOTS STADIUM

FINAL SCORE

CENTRAL BUCKS EAST HS 15
COUNCIL ROCK SOUTH HS 2

SCORE BY QUARTER
CENTRAL BUCKS EAST 7 - 4 - 3 - 1 TOTAL - 15
COUNCIL ROCK SOUTH 0 - 1 - 1 - 0 - 2

EAST SCORING
Ryan Stout 3G, 1A
Alec Bracken 3G 1A
Ryan Brown 3G
Ryan Schmidt 2G 2A
Greg Scholz 2G
Michael Ott 1G 1A
Jacob Manion 1G



EAST FACE OFFS WON AS A TEAM 9 OF 17
Michael Ott 5 of 7
Jake Ventresca 2 of 4
Colin Stein 1 of 3
Connor Martin 1 of 3



EAST SAVES
Liam Rosenthal 2
RJ Miller 2



EAST GROUND BALLS

Colin Stein 3
Jake Ventresca 3
Michael Ott 2
Ryan Brown 2
Bryan McIntosh 2
Joe Thiroway 1
Liam Rosenthal 1
Ryan Stout 1
Ryan Schmidt 1
Ryan Gray 1
Greg Scholz 1
Alec Bracken 1
Nick Lyons 1




CAUSED TURNOVERS
Joe Thiroway 1
Bryan McIntosh 1
Greg Scholz 1
Conor Larkin 1

The Central Bucks East hosted Council Rock South Thursday afternoon at Patriots Stadium, a win would secure an undefeated season for the Patriots in the Suburban One League - National Conference. The Patriots exploded out of the blocks scoring 7 goals in the first 12 minutes, with Ryan Brown picking up a hat trick in the first quarter. East added 4 more goals in the 2nd quarter to take a commanding 11-1 lead at the half, and cruised to a 15-2 win

The Patriot offense was led by Ryan Stout (3 Goals, 1 Assist), Alec Bracken(3 Goals, 1 Assist) and Ryan Brown (3 Goals). Ryan Schmidt added 2 Goals and 2 Assists, Greg Scholz added 2 Goals, while Michael Ott chipped in with 1 Goal and 1 Assist and Jacob Manion rounded out the scoring with 1 Goal. Conor Larkin was also credited with an assist. Colin Stein and Jake Ventresca had 3 ground balls each, Ott, Brown, and Bryan McIntosh had 2 ground-balls apiece, while Joe Thiroway,Liam Rosenthal, Stout, Schmidt, Ryan Gray, Scholz, Bracken, and Nick Lyons each scooped up one ground ball.Michael Ott led East winning 5 of 7 face-offs.

Defensively, Thiroway, McIntosh, Larkin, and Scholz each had one caused turnover. Liam Rosenthal and RJ Miller split time in goal and each registered 2 saves .

With the victory East has won 11 games in a row, clinched the Suburban One League National Conference with a perfect 9-0 record, are now 14-2 overall, and ranked No. 2 in the PIAA District One 3A power rankings. The Patriots close out their regular season Friday afternoon when they travel to Radnor.