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With its back against the wall, defending state champion Shoreham-Wading River needed someone to step up big.
Luckily for the Wildcats, having Johnny Schwarz at your disposal can be a bit of a cheat code. The Team 91 2021 Blaze midfielder racked up a hat trick and dished out two assists as SWR came back from down five goals to knock off West Islip, 13-12.
It marked the second straight game with at least a hat trick for the North Carolina signee, recently named to the inaugural Nike National Senior All-Star Game. ’21 Blaze Robbie Troyano stopped seven shots to secure the win and ’24 Wolfpack Liam Gregorek won six of nine faceoffs and scored a goal.
’22 Smash Jameson Smith (Johns Hopkins) paced the Phantoms with two goals and two helpers, while ’22 Smash Gavin LoCascio (UMass) and ’24 Wolfpack Ben Morris each snapped home hat tricks in the win. ’23 Bandits JJ Aiello scored once for BBP, which also got five saves from ’23 Bandits Eric Grahn in split duty.
Mount Sinai 10, Comsewogue 7
’22 Smash Joey Spallina (Syracuse) led the Mustangs again with two goals and four assists and ’23 Bandits Jake Spallina won nine of 11 faceoffs to go with a goal and two assists. ’24 Wolfpack Lucas LaForge popped two goals and an assist in the win, while ’22 Smash James Carretta (Georgetown) tallied once.
’21 Ambush Anthony Senecal put up a four-goal, one-assist day to lead Pat-Med to a win.
’22 Smash Brady West (Loyola) was at the forefront of the Cyclones’ close win with a hat trick and two assists.
Rocky Point 15, West Babylon 4
’26 Orange Storm DJ Xavier made seven saves in split duty to lead Rocky Point to the win.
’21 Ambush Danny Zabbia (Pace) recorded a hat trick for Hills West.
Brunswick 14, Taft 7
’23 Bandits Leo Hoffman picked up an assist as the Bruins knocked the Rhinos from the ranks of the unbeaten in a battle of two of the country’s top teams.
’21 Ambush Wesley Ralph denied three shots in split duty for Harborfields.
’23 Warriors Ronan Fitzpatrick pocketed a pair of goals for Sayville.
’21 Blaze Chris Barry (Hofstra) pocketed a pair of goals for the Jets.