Yorktownâ€™s Matthias McCall helped the University of North Carolina menâ€™s lacrosse team end a 14-year drought today.
The ninth-ranked Tar Heels downed defending NCAA champion Johns Hopkins before 4,250 fans in Baltimore.
North Carolina last defeated Hopkins in 1994 and had lost six straight at Hopkinsâ€™ Homewood Field.
McCall started on attack for North Carolina. His brother Tim is a reserve defenseman for UNC.
John Jay graduate Matt Bocklet, a senior defenseman for Hopkins, had three ground balls.
Maryland downs No. 1 Virginia: The last time Ryder Bohlander saw Rhamel and Shamel Bratton prior to today, Bohlanderâ€™s John Jay team defeated Huntington 11-10 in double overtime last June in the Class B state semifinals. Yesterday, Bohlander was once again on the winning side in an encounter against the Bratton twins as Maryland downed top-ranked Virginia 13-7 at College Park, Md., before more than 4,000 fans. The game was broadcast on ESPN2. Bohlander, a freshman, is a defenseman for the Terrapins (7-2, 2-1 ACC).
Salisbury wins D-III showdown: Yorktownâ€™s Jake DeLillo scored a goal for the nationâ€™s No. 1-ranked Division III team, Salisbury, in an 11-8 win at No. 2 Gettysburg. Mahopacâ€™s Ben Sufrin had three goals for Gettysburg. Yorktownâ€™s Tim Kurpis is a starting defenseman for Gettysburg.
In other games: Pound Ridgeâ€™s Alex Weber had two goals for No. 19 Penn in a 13-5 loss to No. 6 Cornell. Former Fox Lane teammate Max Mauro is a starting defenseman for Penn. … Putnam Valleyâ€™s Steve Ammann scored a goal for Albany in an 8-2 win over Binghamton. … Somersâ€™ Mike Novosel made 14 saves for Dartmouth in a 16-9 loss to No. 3 Duke at Mitchell Field in Hempstead. Ryeâ€™s Brian Koch had two assists for Dartmouth. … Mahopacâ€™s Matt Girsh scored one of Sienaâ€™s goals in a 4-3 quadruple overtime loss to MAAC rival Providence. Pleasantvilleâ€™s Michael Bartomiolo and Yorktownâ€™s Chris Hanlon are midfielders for Providence.