Trey Zabroski scored six goals and Nick Curry added five Tuesday as Crestwood returned to the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association Class 2A boys lacrosse quarterfinals with a 17-5, first-round victory over District 4 champion Lewisburg at Lake-Lehman’s Eddie Edwards Stadium.
The Comets reached the state semifinals in 2019, the last time there were spring sports playoffs in Pennsylvania. To return there, they will have to get past Susquehannock in Saturday’s quarterfinals.
Zabroski also had three goals, matching the team-high by Chandler O’Farrell, who scored three times.
Curry, Michael Zaleski and Brendan Dennis all had two assists. Zaleski also scored.
Noah Schultz and Nick Ruggeri had the other goals. Blake Dompkosky had an assist.
Matthew Spaulding scored three goals for Lewisburg.
Logan Rolles had three saves and Dean Fey two for Crestwood, the Wyoming Valley Conference and District 2 champion.
In another first-round game, Penncrest eliminated District 2 runner-up Wyoming Seminary, 14-2.