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WNY Boys Lacrosse Roundup: Monday, 4/8 – Wednesday, 4/10

Boys lacrosse results and highlights from Week Four games played April 8th – April 10th.

Monday, April 8th

Lancaster 18 – Williamsville South 6

The Legends were able to get an offensive rhythm going to pair with a defense and goaltending that have been playing well against good teams as of late. With the win Lancaster improved to 4-3. Legend goals were scored by Alex Reimer, who tallied 6 total, Trevor Stevens (3), Shawn Davis (3), Zach Friol (2), Chris Shaver (2), Max Molina (1), and Andrew Reimer (1). Matt Buchnowksi and Ben Carey each scored twice for South (4-3) while Max Evans and Luke Vredenburg each found the net once. Dylan Lanning was a force in net for Lancaster, and on the opposite end Mitchell Kiebala made many outstanding saves in the loss. Through seven games, Lancaster has yet to play a home game, and won’t do so until Saturday which will be the team’s ninth game of the season.

West Seneca East 17 – Amherst 4

The returning Class C champion got a big win over an Amherst team that has been playing better each week, perhaps kickstarting a Trojan squad that had only played three games going into Monday. A trio of big bodied athletes led East in scoring. Attackman Colin Schmatz tallied 9 points, scoring 3 goals and contributing 6 assists. Garrett Walker scored 5 goals for the second game in a row and added one assist, and Shaun Dolac added 2 goals and 3 assists. Nick Hamme made 12 saves in net for the win.

Eden 14 – Akron 12

The Raiders handed the Tigers a second straight loss in Class D action. The Tigers will only have a day to recover as another trip down Eden-Evans Center Road (this time Westbound, not East) looms with a showdown at Lake Shore on Wednesday. Donovan Nephew had 3 goals and an assist for Akron.

Lake Shore/Silver Creek 22 – Salamanca 9

The Eagles stopped the Warriors, who were coming off a big win at Akron, in their tracks, scoring 20 or more for the third time this season. Lake Shore improves to 5-1 overall while Salamanca dropped their first game of the year and now sit at 4-1 overall.

Iroquois 14 – Frontier 4

The Chiefs improved to 4-3 this season taking down the Falcons at home. Iroquois hosts a surging West Seneca East team that seems to picking up momentum on Wednesday. Chris Contera scored 4 goals and was six for 7 on the faceoffs for Frontier while Weston Ferro stopped 14 shots in net.

West Seneca West 20 – North Tonawanda 2

West is 4-4 overall and visits Hamburg on Thursday.

Grand Island 17 – Gowanda 4

Results not submitted.

St. Mary’s 11 – Depew 1

Results not submitted.

Canisius 16 – St. Francis 8

Results not submitted.

Tuesday, April 9th

Hamburg 15 – Niagara Wheatfield 14

A tough Wheatfield team took the Bulldogs to the brink at home. Hamburg scored the game winning goal with only three seconds left in the game to win and improve to 5-1 overall. The Falcons fell to 3-3 and host their third straight game on Thursday against Williamsville North. The Falcons have scored double digit goals in every game, even in the three losses. Brock Schneider netted 3 goals and contributed 5 assists for the ‘Dawgs, Spencer Nyhart scored 5 times, and Brett Chiodo added 2 goals and 2 assists. Devin Napolean led the Falcons in scoring again with 6 goals. Chase Chapman netted 3 scores and added 2 assists, and Eli Dowdy notched 4 goals. JT Hamby scooped up 8 ground balls. Hamburg hosts a dangerous West Seneca West squad on Thursday.

Williamsville North 19 – Sweet Home 3

The Spartans scored a season high goals total against their Class B rival. Conor Murphy led all scorers with 6 goals and an assist. Tyler Zeplowitz and Owen Cooney each added 3 scores. Pat Sullivan and Brian Patterson each notched 2 goals, and Jaden Rynkewicz found the net once for North who improved to 4-3 this season. Sweet Home visits Williamsville East on Thursday.

Orchard Park 19 – Clarence 4

The Quakers earned a Class A win and improve to 7-0 on the season. OP pays a visit to a tough Eden team on Thursday. Clarence is back in action at home against West Seneca West on Friday. Scoring results not submitted.

Lockport 9 – Frontier 8

The Lions notched their second win of the season on the road. Hayden Coakley scored 4 goals for Lockport while Owen Fogle added 1 score and 2 assists. Oliver Hammond’s 13 saves in net were huge in the win.

St. Joe’s 13 – Irondequoit (V) 9

The Marauders used another come from behind effort in taking down Irondequoit on the road. Trey Gehen scored nearly half of the ‘Joe’s goals with 6 on the night. Ryan McGorry netted 4 scores and Austin Holley was 22 for 25 on faceoffs and grabbed 18 ground balls for the now 5-0 Marauders.

Lancaster 17 – City Honors 2

Results not submitted.

Bishop Timon 6 – Nichols 5

Results not submitted.

Wednesday, April 10th

Kenmore 7 – Depew 5

Kenmore and Depew faced off against each other as varsity squads for the first time. Seamus McPhee and Max Surdyk netted 2 goals apiece. Lucas Correa, Papouch Schmoyer, and PJ Abbott all scored once for Kenmore who improved to 4-2 overall.

East Aurora 14 – Williamsville South 1

East Aurora picked up a win in Class C play. Jack Rogers and Drew Kenney each netted three goals for the 6-1 Blue Devils. The Devils don’t play again until next Monday’s home tilt with Frontier. The Billies host Frontier on Saturday.

Salamanca 19 – Wilson 2

The Warriors rebounded from Monday’s loss to Lake Shore in which they scored a season low 9 goals with an offensive explosion at home. Amos Whitcomb and Keelan Seneca each had 8-point nights. Whitcomb netted 3 goals and contributed 5 assists while Seneca recorded 2 goals and 6 assists. Salamanca is home on Friday against Medina while Wilson hosts Lockport.

Iroquois 16 – West Seneca East 8

The Chiefs got a great win over the Trojans at home to improve to 5-3 overall and 3-1 in Class C. Iroquois’s only two losses are to Class A leader Orchard Park and a tough Eden Raiders team. They’ll have a huge test on Wednesday, April 17th at Lake Shore.

Akron 17 – Lake Shore/Silver Creek 11

Akron curbed a two-game losing streak with a big win on the road against a high scoring Eagles team. Akron goals leader Dylan Nicometi had another stellar night, scoring 4 goals and in doing so achieved his 100th career point…as a sophomore. Long stick midfielder Tim Longwell was active all over the field, as he scooped 9 ground balls, caused 2 turnovers, made 3 clears, and even took 2 shots on net. The Tigers (3-2) visit Gowanda on Friday for the third of four straight road games before a Tuesday visit to Salamanca. Lake Shore (5-2) visits West Seneca East in a Class C showdown on Friday.

Medina 16 – Gowanda 3

Medina has won two straight games and visits Salamanca on Friday for their second meeting of the season.

Amherst 11 – Lewiston-Porter 5

The Tigers got back on track with a Class C win after two tough losses.

Nichols 13 – St. Francis 12

The Red Raiders battled back from a 13-8 third quarter score but the Vikings defense was able to hold them off.

Canisius 15 – Cathedral Prep (PA) 1

Results not submitted.

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