Noah Schultz scored four goals Wednesday to lead host Crestwood past Scranton Prep, 9-6, in a Wyoming Valley Conference meeting between two of the top boys lacrosse teams in District 2 Class 2A.
The Comets handed the Cavaliers their first loss, leaving Delaware Valley as the last District 2 team with a perfect record overall going into its trip to Crestwood Friday.
Crestwood and Delaware Valley join Wyoming Seminary as the last boys lacrosse teams with unbeaten records within the WVC.
Brendan Dennis scored three goals for Crestwood, which got 13 saves from Ethan Zabroski.
Logan Roles won 10 faceoffs helping give Crestwood extra possession time early in the game.
Crestwood coach Brian Zabroski credited D.J. Zimmerman and Evan Fey with strong defensive efforts.
Robby Watkins and Dillon Beerman had two goals and an assist each for Scranton Prep while Will McGrath had a goal and an assist.
Aidan Jordan made 14 saves for the Cavaliers.
Crestwood is 5-0 in the WVC and 5-1 overall. Scranton Prep is 2-1.
Rob Dieckman made 10 saves as North Pocono defeated Holy Redeemer, 11-1.
The Trojans opened leads of 5-1 after one quarter and 9-1 at halftime.
Aiden Evans scored three goals and assisted on two others.
Danny Smith, Will Pickarski and Will Soma each scored twice. Smith also had two assists.
Anderson Leo scored four goals and assisted on one as Dallas routed Abington Heights, 16-5.
Jackson Wydra added three goals and four assists.
Matthew Jesse, who had two assists, and Will Filali scored three goals each.