CHS Lacrosse Teams Continue Winning Ways

The Crestwood boys lacrosse team handed Scranton Prep an 11-7 loss in a game played April 28 at Crestwood High School.

The Comets ended the first quarter up 3-1, maintaining the lead, 6-3 in the second, and 9-5 in the third.

Robert Coslett led Crestwood in scoring with 4 goals and 1 assist, followed by Andrew Bobynskyj who finished with 3 goals and 2 assists. Also scoring for the Comets were Jay Popson, 1 goal, 1 assist; Lance Lysiak, 1 goal, 1 assist; Austin Orso, 1 goal; Joey Grandinetti, 1 goal; and Ryan Magin, 2 assists.

Bailey Bauman had 19 saves in the win.

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Midd West faced Crestwood in girl’s lacrosse action on Tuesday, April 28 at the Comet’s stadium in Mountain Top.

Daniella Callaghan led Crestwood in scoring with six goals along with three assists. Lizzy Dessoye fired in three goals of her own and contributed with one assist. Hannah Ackers, Lexi Gaetano, Jill Prezkop, Sarah Wodarczyk, and Raegan Distasio all contributed with a single goal each. Distasio and Sam Brumagin kept the scoring alive with two assists each while Hannah Ackers fed one assist to her lady Comet teammates. Another impressive goalkeeping performance from Emily Anderson kept Crestwood on top with seven saves.

The Comets held on to a 7-5 halftime lead and finished the game at a solid 14-7 over Midd West.

The Midd West goalkeeper had one save while Brianna Beiler led her team’s scoring with five goals. Alyssa Lehman followed with two goals. Lehman had two assists while her teammate Alexis Horst helped with one assist.

This was Crestwood’s fourth win in a row including upsets against Delaware Valley and Wyoming Seminary.

The Crestwood girls’ lacrosse team edged Wyoming Seminary in a game played last week.

The score at halftime was 6-3 Crestwood. Lexi Quick carded out of the game before halftime.

Wyoming Seminary’s strong second half comeback wasn’t enough to hold off Crestwood’s 10-9 win.

The goalkeeper for Crestwood, Emily Anderson, held the Blue Knights at bay with a season high 12 saves while Sem’s goalie, K. Gann, managed five stops.

Leading the goals for the Comets was Lizzy Dessoye with five. Daniella Callaghan and Sam Brumagin contributed with two goals each while Natasha Koslop jumped in the mix with one goal.

K. Romanowski led Wyoming Sem’s scoring with four goals adding one each for M. Sweitzer,

K. Havnylkoff, Lexi Quick, and A. and C. Conyngham.