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As expected, the Bristol Cup between Westfield and Pingry came down to the wire.
The Leading Edge 2022 duo of James Haley and James Csorba made sure that Westfield came out on top. Haley fired home two goals and dished out two assists and Csorba handed out a pair of assists to lead the Blue Devils to an 11-10 double overtime win over Pingry.
’22 Luke Engelke (Duke) was dominant for the Big Blue, winning 14 of 24 faceoffs, scoring twice and setting up another goal. ’21 defenseman Kevin Parnham (Penn State) scored his second career goal for Pingry, while ’21 Calahan McPherson (Holy Cross) buried a pair of goals.
’21 Justin Beimfohr (Jacksonville) was lights-out for Mendham with a six-goal, two-assist, nine-ground ball day.
’22 Cade Schuckman scored once and set up another goal to go with three ground balls and ’22 Ryan McLaughlin (Penn) had a ground ball and led a stingy defensive effort as the Lakers held off Sparta.
’21 Colby Plotts (Utah) was dominant yet again for Sparta, this time with a goal, wins in seven of 11 faceoffs and nine ground balls. ’21 Brendan Cina (Robert Morris) scored once for Sparta.
’21 Jack Turner (Colgate) piled up his second straight six-goal, one-assist game for Ridge, which also got a pair of goals from ’23 WIll Ehret.
’23 Cole Cashion and ’22 Christian Bockelmann (Yale) each had two goals and an assist, while ’23 Matthew Bockelmann chipped in a goal for the Bulldogs. ’23 Carson Cooke scored one of Shore’s goals.
’23 Lorenzo Varona was at the heart of Somerville’s rout, posting a two-goal, two-assist day to lead the charge.
’24 Ryan Martin tallied a goal and ’21 Noah D’Andrea (Providence) made a save in split duty to preserve the shutout for CBA.
’22 Mikey Kloepfer (Merrimack) supplied the bulk of the SPF offense with two goals and an assist and ’22 Chase Alber scored once.
’23 Trevor Brotons set up two goals and scored one for North Hunterdon.