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NHS to host EPC lacrosse playoffs

The boys lacrosse team picked up a win over Bethlehem Catholic, 15-2.

Devin Bickel led the way with five goals on the day and Anthony DiOdoardo collected four goals and three assists. Elijah Block scored twice and added four helpers in the win.

Chase Czarnecki, Jashime Wedderburn and Adam Dumbach each scored one goal and Joe LaForgia added two assists.

The team won against Pleasant Valley, 12-5.

Bickel again led the way with seven goals and two assists. Block and Dremock each scored two goals in the win with Dremock adding two assists. LaForgia scored a goal as well.

Ben Amato had the playmaker with three assists and Grant Brobst added one assist.

The boys end their season with an overall mark of 6-12 and 2-7 in the EPC.

The EPC playoffs began this week and take place at Northampton High School. The playoffs started Wednesday after Northampton Press deadlines with Easton (3) taking on Parkland (2), followed by Central (4) versus Emmaus (1). The winners will again play at Northampton in the finals, which are scheduled for Tuesday, May 14, at 7:30 p.m.


On the girls side, Liberty recently knocked off the Kids 18-6.

The Hurricanes scored 10 times in the opening quarter.

The girls were led by Lauren Reznik who had three goals. Brianna Gora had one goal and Brooke Spadaccia added a goal and an assist. Lily Yusko also scored one goal.

Aubrie Rockovits had four saves and Izzy Feddor stoped three.

Liberty was led by Ellis Corr who had four goals. Christina Bozakis, Marren Broesicke and Sophie Csatari each had three goals.

The girls ended their season with an overall mark of 3-15 and were 0-8 in the EPC.

The girls EPC playoffs will also take place at Northampton and begin on Friday, May 10. The first game features Emmaus (3) against Easton (2) at 5:30 p.m. At 7:30 p.m., Nazareth (4) will play Pleasant Valley (1)

The finals take place on Tuesday, May 14, at Northampton at 5 p.m., before the boys game, which is at 7:30 p.m.

Press photo by Linda Rothrock Ben Amato and the boys team recently picked up two wins and finished the season 6-12.