CBA still had too much, though, tearing to a 13-5 halftime lead. Webster scored five times, while Poplawski and Romeo both managed four goals and combined for five assists. Dell’uomo earned two goals and two assists, Cook found the net twice and Pitonzo got a goal and two assists. Racciatti and Meg Hannan added single goals.
As for the CBA boys, after splitting two games in an April 13-14 trip to the Philadelphia area, it returned to league action last Tuesday and handled Westhill 16-11 at Alibrandi Stadium.
Off to a 4-0 start, Westhill was confident early, outscoring the Brothers 6-4 in the first quarter. Just as quickly, though, the Warriors cooled off, only getting one goal in the next two periods as CBA steadily gained a 14-7 lead.
Again, Cody Radziewicz could not be stopped, scoring six times and adding three assists, while Nick Papayanakos managed four goals. Braedon Gait set a new career mark with three goals as Joe Dalfo got two goals and two assists. Shane Murphy also contributed a pair of assists as John-Michael Duby picked up the other goal.
Now the Brothers got some much-needed rest before three games this week against Manlius-Pebble Hill, Bishop Ludden and Tully. CBAs’ girls met the combined Bishop Ludden/Bishop Grimes squad Tuesday and rested before Saturday’s visit from Tully.