Lacrosse - Boys: Pennridge vs Central Bucks East (4/25/2017)

Pennridge vs. Central Bucks East

Home Team

Away Team

Game Date Sport Game Type Overtime
April 25th 2017 Lacrosse - Boys League Game No

Pennridge Comments

P 0 3 2 2 7
CBE 4 2 5 4 15

Pennridge
Fanelli 3G
Warner 1g2a
R Garner 1g1a
Murreda 1g
Britner 1g

Banks 12 saves

Central Bucks East Comments

GAME LOCATION -
CENTRAL BUCKS EAST PATRIOTS STADIUM

FINAL SCORE
CENTRAL BUCKS EAST HS 15
PENNRIDGE HS 7

SCORE BY QUARTER
CENTRAL BUCKS EAST 4 - 2 - 5 - 4 TOTAL - 15
PENNRIDGE 0 - 3 - 2 - 2 - 7

EAST SCORING
Mike Ott 3G, 1A
Ryan Stout 3G,
Ryan Brown 3G
Ryan Schmidt 2G
Ryan Bullotta 2G
Alec Bracken 2G
Colin Stein 1A

EAST FACE OFFS WON
Michael Ott 17 of 23

EAST SAVES
Liam Rosenthal - 2

EAST GROUND BALLS
Mike Ott 14
Colin Stein 5
John Galow 2
Bryan McIntosh 2
Ryan Brown 2
Drew Bethke 2
Jake Ventresca 2
Ryan Stout 1
Ryan Schmidt 1

CAUSED TURNOVERS
John Galow 3
Drew Bethke 2
Ryan Stout 2
Ryan Bullotta 1
Ryan Brown 1
Colin Stein 1

Central Bucks East HS stormed onto the turf at Pennridge HS Wednesday evening and jumped out to a quick 5 goal lead with 10:27 remaining in the 2nd quarter. The Rams finally got on the scoreboard with a goal with 8:48 in the 2nd quarter. The Patriots held a half time lead by a score of 6-3. East came out strong in the second half scoring 5 goals in the 3rd quarter and 4 more in the 4th quarter to take a commanding 15 to 5 lead. The Rams then scored 2 late goals in the last 33 seconds to make the final score 15 - 7 in a game played in monsoon-like conditions.

Michael Ott was dominant at Face Off for the Patriot's winning 17 of 23, and was credited with 14 ground balls. Ott, Ryan Stout,and Ryan Brown each had hat tricks scoring 3 goals apiece. Ryan Bullotta, Ryan Schmidt and Alec Bracken each scored 2 goals.Colin Stein and Stout were each credited with an assist.Stein had 5 ground balls, John Galow, Bryan McIntosh, Drew Bethke, Jake Ventresca each had 2 ground balls, while Stout and Schmidt had a ground ball apiece. Defensively, East's defense was very effective.in applying pressure. Galow had 3 caused turnovers, Bethke and Stout each had 2, while, Bullotta, Brown,and Stein each had 1.

With the win, East improved to 8-2, 4-0 SOL. The Patriot's host Harry S. Truman HS Friday afternoon at 3:30 PM at Patriots Stadium.