Boys Lacrosse: Scotch Plains-Fanwood Celebrates Senior Day with Big Win Over Oratory

​Captain and goalie Riley Guma
​Midfielder Jake Kloepfer
​Defensemen Vincent Ruzek
​Defensemen William Kluckas
​Defensemen Anthony Magnotta
​Captain and midfielder David Walker
​Midfielder Michael DiGiacomo
​Captain and midfielder Richard Nardone
​Midfielder Jack Friebely
​Midfielder Jason Calabria
​Attackman Gregory Oross
​Attackman Robert Gordon
​Attackman Tyler Malaussena​

SCOTCH PLAINS/FANWOOD, NJ -- Senior Day marked the final regular season home game for 13 seniors in the boys lacrosse program. The team celebrated by winning Thursday afternoon 17-7 against Oratory to reach .500 at 8-8. Another offensive explosion helped propel the Raiders to their second consecutive win.

Leading the way in points was junior attacker Jack Brady with six, accounting for two goals and six assists. Fellow junior Noah Costanzo chipped in with a team leading three goals while five other players had multiple goal games.

On the defensive side, senior defenders Anthony Magnotta, Vincent Ruzek and junior Harrison Parada assisted senior goalie Riley Guma in locking down the Ram attack. Guma finished up with 15 saves to up his season total to 199.

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Four senior from the program will continue their academic and lacrosse careers at the college level: Guma (New Jersey Institute of Technology), Jake Kloepfer (Frostburg State University), Magnotta (Marist College) and David Walker (Rutgers University).

The Raiders will next play Friday at Verona for their regular season finale while Oratory travel to Peddie on Saturday. is Scotch Plains-Fanwood’s only free daily paper. Sign up for our daily eNews and follow us on Facebook and twitter @SPF_TAP. Download the free TAPinto App for iPhone or Android.

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