Hinder Ford wins two in summer lacrosse

July 20, 2011

In week-five action of the Harford Men's Summer Lacrosse League, the Hinder Ford squad earned two victories, while Chops Grille, Brick Bodies and Just Extreme Graphics all took a single win on Sunday afternoon.

In the closer of their two match-ups, the Hinder team dropped the Under Armour squad 12-8. The winners were up 6-5 at half-time, and outscored their opponents 5-2 in the third frame.

Leading the way for the Hinder squad was Matt Giannelli, who netted four goals, three of which came in the third quarter, and dished out two assists in the victory. Jason McFadden had a hat trick in the win, while Luke Phipps and Brian Chell each scored twice. Owen Jordan scored once for Hinder. Chell was credited with two assists, while McFadden, Phipps and Adam Hegelin each handed out one helper.

Under Armour's top contributor was Billy Rowe, who had four goals and one assist. Brooks Beatty had three goals for Under Armour, while Kyle Menendez had one goal and two assists. Beau Kemeys notched one assist in the loss.

During their second match-up, which was a make-up for a game that had been postponed a week earlier, the Hinder men pasted the Just Extreme Graphics team 11-3.

Hinder was up 6-2 after two quarters of play, and following a third frame which saw both teams post one goal, the winners outscored Just Extreme 4-0 in the closing quarter.

Hinder's goalkeeper, Brian Vierheller had a strong showing in the net, saving 16 shots. McFadden, Giannelli, Phipps, Graham Archer and Brian Zink all scored once for the Hinder squad, while Mike Nawrocki had one goal in the victory. Tom Hinder dished out one assist.

Adam Jaweed, Eric Kluge and Marcus Coppola scored one goal apiece for Just Extreme. Goalkeeper Bryan Burrill saved eight shots in the defeat.

Just Extreme tops Fallston Seafood

In Sunday's match-up between the Just Extreme Graphics squad and the Fallston Seafood team, it was the former that emerged as the victor, besting Fallston Seafood 13-8.

Up 7-4 at half-time, Just Extreme buried their opponents with a 6-0 run in the third frame. Fallston Seafood battled back, outscoring the winners 4-0 in the final quarter, but it was not enough.

In the winning side's goal, Bryan Burrill saved 13 shots, while on the other side of the field, Fallston Seafood's Cory Gregg racked up 15 saves.

Chops Grille over Bill Bateman's

Helped by five-goal outburst in the second quarter of their Sunday afternoon match-up, the Chops Grille squad stormed to a 9-4 victory over Bill Bateman's

The winners trailed 2-1 after one quarter, but outscored Bill Bateman's 5-1 in the second.

Ryan Esposito led the Chops team with a three-goal, two-assist performance. Adam Larrimore had two goals and two assists in the victory, while Gus Pons, Jeremy Knapp, Skyler Blackiston and Isaac Spearman all had one goal.

Zack Linkous paced Bill Bateman's with three goals, while Alec Shipley had one tally in the loss.

Justin Foudos picked up 16 saves in goal for Chops, while Sean Klein had nine saves for Bill Bateman's

Brick Bodies beats Main Street Tower, 11-10

In the closest of Sunday's match-ups, the Brick Bodies team slugged it out with Main Street Tower, eventually prevailing 11-10 after a fourth quarter that saw a combined nine goals.

Down 3-2 after one quarter, the winners rallied to take a 4-3 lead into the half-time break. Brick Bodies outscored Main Street 3-2 in the third, and in the final quarter, Main Street came back with five goals, but Brick Bodies had four tallies, enough to seal up a one-goal victory.

Tom Holland was Brick Bodies leading scorer with four goals, while Dan Gerber netted three goals in the victory. John Lister had two goals for the winners, while Pape Lukk and Howard Otto both scored once. Josh Gerber dished out two assists for Brick Bodies.

Christian Shafer tucked away four goals in the loss, while teammate Jim McNeely had a hat trick. Evan Farkas put away two goals for Main Street, and Rob Marine had one tally. Mike Fielder led Main Street in assists with two.

Jim Dyches saved 11 shots in the Brick Bodies goal, while Matt Holthaus blocked nine shots in the loss.

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