In the second week of the Harford Summer Men's Lacrosse League, Fallston Seafood, Under Armour and Brick Bodies teams earned victories, while the Bill Bateman's squad picked up two wins Sunday afternoon.
In the first of their two victories, the Bill Bateman's men topped the Just Extreme Graphics squad 14-9.
Nick Rossi led the winning squad, scoring five times, while teammate Zac Linkous had a hat trick in the victory. David McShane scored a pair of goals, while teammate Chris Armstrong had one goal and two assists. Bill Bateman's Gavin Class, Mike Janney and Jim LaPenna each had one goal.
Just Extreme was led by Ben Wilson, who had four goals and dished out one assist. Brad Wilson scored twice and had two assists, while Mike McQuarrie and Taz Stewart each helped with one goal and one assist. Eric Kluge had a team-best two assists in the loss.
Nate Gilpin picked up eight saves in goal for the winners, and fellow keeper Ben Richards had five saves. Just Extreme goalies Bryan Burrill and Ed Retzbach had nine and 11 saves, respectively.
Playing later Sunday, the Bill Bateman's team slugged it out with Under Armour, eventually winning, 13-12.
Rossi was again his team's top offensive force, scoring five times and handing out one assist. Gordie Long picked up two goals and two assists, while Janney and Jake Shipley both had a pair of goals in the win. Pat Bivons notched one goal and two assists, while Chris Armstrong and Matt Bivons each scored once.
Will Phillips led Under Armour with a four-goal showing, while teammate Neal Goldman scored three times and picked up two assists. Pat Stringer had two goals and one assist in the loss, while Beau Kerneys posted one goal and one assist. Kip Fuchs and Jeff Lacroix each scored once for Under Armour.
Ben Richards had 10 saves in the Bill Bateman's goal, while on the other half of the field, Under Armour's Grant Kovach notched six saves.
Main Street Tower edges Fallston Seafood
The Main Street Tower squad prevailed in overtime Sunday, beating Fallston Seafood, 13-12.
John Gaeta scored the game-winning goal in the first overtime period off of an assist from Rob Marine.
Bobby Baur led the winners with four goals, while Christian Shafer had three tallies. Gaeta and Marine both finished with two goals and one assist, while Mike Fielder scored once and picked up one assist. Lon Boyle netted one goal in the victory.
Fallston Seafood's Mike Antinozzi led all scorers with five goals, while Pat Mull had a pair of goals in the loss. Mike Young and Jake Duarte each had one goal and one assists, while Josh Jones found the opposing goal once.
Brandon MacKnew registered 16 saves in the Main Street Tower goal. Cory Gregg saved 16 shots for Fallston Seafood.
Under Armour wins romp
Under Armour had the largest margin of victory Sunday, beating the Chops team, 14-3.
Pat Stringer scored five times to lead the winning side, while Will Phillips had two goals and one assist. Neal Goldman and Billy Rowe both scored once and dished out one assist, while Andy Jazwiecki, Jeff Lacroix and Kyle Menendez all scored once. Brooks Beatty found the Chops goal twice in the win.
Cory Comen, Ryan Esposito and August Pons split the scoring equally for Chops.
In goal for the winning team, Grant Kovach picked up eight saves. Justin Foudos saved nine shots for Chops.
Brick Bodies beats Hinder Ford by one
The Brick Bodies squad rallied for six fourth-quarter goals Sunday to top the Hinder Ford squad, 10-9.
The winners trailed, 6-4, heading into the final frame.
Josh Gerber had a team-high three goals for Brick Bodies, while Tommy Holland had one goal and two assists. Chris Ogle and Eric Kuehn both had one goal and one assist in the victory, while Nick Thompson, John Lister, Dan Gerber and Nick DiBernardo all netted one goal.
Jason McFadden was Hinder Ford's top scorer with three goals, and he also posted one assist. Luke Phipps scored twice and had one assist, while Adam Hagelin, Kevin Hinder and Graham Archer each contributed one goal in the loss.
Frank Cicero and Jimmy Dyches split time in the Brick Bodies' goal, with each picking up seven saves. Hinder Ford's Brian Vierheller had 13 saves.