Lenape Valley falls in boys lacrosse

Delaware Valley takes it, 13-7


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  • The Lenape Valley Patriots and the Delaware Valley Terriers in action on the field. Photos by George Leroy Hunter




  • Players scramble for the ball.




  • Lenape Valley's Drew Togno carries the ball up the field. Togno scored three goals.




  • Lenape Valley's Troy DuPont with the ball. DuPont scored two goals.




  • Delaware Valley's Chris Giuliano scored three goals.




  • Lenape Valley's goalkeeper Jake Spada scoops up the ball. Spada made 15 saves.




  • Lenape Valley's Jack Varian made one assist and scooped up four ground balls.




  • Lenape Valley's Drew Togno carries the ball while shadowed by Delaware Valley's Jake Norgard.




  • Delaware Valley's Tyler Neal carries the ball past Lenape Valley's Nick Molinari. Neal scored five goals.




— Delaware Valley Regional High School (Alexandria, N.J.) defeated Lenape Valley Regional High School (Stanhope, N.J.) in boys varsity lacrosse on Saturday, April 7, 2018. The final score was 13-7. The game took place at Lenape Valley Regional High School.

Delaware Valley's Tyler Neal scored five goals. Joe Cansfield and Chris Giuliano both scored three goals. Charlie Niebuhr scored two goals.

Drew Togno scored three goals for Lenape Valley. Troy DuPont scored two goals. Dominick Falleni and Joseph Hill both scored one goal.

Team records: Delaware Valley Terriers 3-1. Lenape Valley Patriots 2-1.











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