Manhasset’s offensive onslaught outpaces Carey 12-2

Gregory Giaconelli
Manhasset senior attacker Kevin Mack finishes with seven assists (Photo by Gregory Giaconelli)

The Manhasset Indians defeated the Carey Seahawks 12-2 in lacrosse on Tuesday afternoon, led by Steven Schneider’s four goals.

John Psyllos recorded a hat trick and an assist while Louis Perfetto scored twice and added an assist for Manhasset.

Dom Scorcia and Mike Moriates scored for Carey while goalkeeper Joe Tortorella made 13 saves.

Manhasset head coach Keith Cromwell said it was great to get a conference win and the Indians’ quick start allowed them to capitalize on early opportunities.

“They gave us a different look with a little zone defense but I thought our guys responded well and got the ball popping,” Cromwell said. “We are always preaching come out early after the opening whistle. Our guys did a good job of understanding that and being prepared.”

In the first quarter, Manhasset outscored Carey 4-0.

Psyllos paced Manhasset’s attack with a goal and an assist.

Schneider gave Manhasset a 1-0 lead 44 seconds into the game.

Luke Postiglione scored with 9:22 left in the first quarter off a feed from Psyllos to give Manhasset a 2-0 lead.

With 6:12 remaining in the first quarter, Psyllos gave Manhasset a three-goal lead off a feed from Kevin Mack.

Chris Glynn gave Manhasset a 4-0 lead with 4:23 left in the first quarter, off an assist from Perfetto.

In the second quarter, Manhasset outscored Carey 3-1 and outshot the Seahawks 5-1.

Schneider led Manhasset with two goals while Mack added two assists.

Schneider quickly gave Manhasset a five-goal lead with his second of the game 11 seconds into the second quarter.

Two minutes later, Mack found Psyllos in front of the net and he scored his second goal of the game to give Manhasset a 6-0 lead.

Scorcia got Carey on the board with 7:19 left in the first half, as the Seahawks trailed 6-1.

Schneider completed the hat trick with 3:58 left to play off an assist from Mack as Manhasset took a commanding 7-1 lead into halftime.

In the third quarter, Manhasset outscored Carey 5-0 and had the edge in shots 8-2.

Psyllos and Perfetto led Manhasset with two goals each while Mack recorded four assists and totaled seven in the game.

Schneider’s fourth goal of the game gave Manhasset a seven-goal lead 45 seconds into the third quarter.

Schneider said the team’s offense had good ball movement and was unselfish with passing.

Manhasset senior midfielder Steven Schneider (Photo by Gregory Giaconelli)

“It was pretty fast scoring all around,” Schneider said. “Coach Cromwell preaches that the sixth man on offense is not one guy and every one should be involved. We had a lot of guys scoring and we were moving the ball well.”

Perfetto scored with 10:50 remaining in the third quarter to give Manhasset a 9-1 lead.

With eight and half minutes left in the third quarter, Psyllos netted a hat trick and Manhasset led 10-1.

Manhasset senior attacker John Psyllos (Photo by Gregory Giaconelli)

Jake Temeras gave Manhasset a 10-goal lead with 7:15 remaining.

Perfetto scored his second goal of the game to give Manhasset a 12-1 lead with 6:28 left in the third quarter.

The lone goal in the fourth quarter came from Carey by Moriates off a feed from Matt Stevens as Manhasset went on to win 12-2.

Boys Lacrosse Scores

Tuesday, May 2

Sewanhaka defeated Elmont 10-3. Stephane Eugene led Sewanhaka with five goals. Yvans Oscar added five assists for Sewanhaka while goalkeeper Nick Leonardo recorded eight saves.

Bellmore JFK defeated Great Neck North 18-8. Jake Nelson led Bellmore JFK with seven goals while Ryder Lampert added four goals and four assists. Connor Campbell led Great Neck North with a hat trick while goalkeeper Matin Hakiman recorded 10 saves.

MacArthur defeated Great Neck South 15-3. Trevor Cannella led MacArthur with five goals and an assist while Liam McCallister had two goals and four assists.

Herricks defeated Jericho 14-4. Michael Scaldaferri led Herricks with five goals and an assist while Danny Woska scored twice and added two assists.

Syosset defeated Port Washington 13-7. Liam Kalbacher led Syosset with four goals while J.P. Lannig had a hat trick and two assists. James Dalimonte led Port Washington with a hat trick while goalkeeper Nick Ferraro recorded nine saves.

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