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Girls’ wrap: Baldwin deals ND its first loss; Strath Haven rolls past Harriton

Thursday, 2nd April 2009

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/2/09

    Sloan Warren poured in six goals and added three assists and Maggie Mae Shields added four goals while Stephanie Salvitti and Jennie Wigrizer each had three to lead host Baldwin School to a 19-14 victory over Notre Dame today in an Inter-Ac League girls’ lacrosse opener.

    Baldwin is 2-0 overall while Notre Dame – ranked fourth in the PA Media Rankings – fell to 4-1.

    The Bears broke open a 10-9 game by outscoring the Fighting Irish, 9-5, in the second half. Emily Acker, Allice Matthai and Hilary Gray also score for Baldwin and goalie Ali Pedersen made nine saves while Arden Simone was strong at midfield and Charlotte Damico, Kristin Feinberg, Jessica Kane and Lauren Rhodes played strong on defense.

    “Every player contributed to this win: all attack players scored and all of the defense played well,” said Baldwin coach Kathleen Simone. “That’s what will carry us far this year: we are solid across the board; we don’t have any holes.”

Strath Haven 26, Harriton 11

    Annalise Penikis pumped in eight goals and added four assists and Emily Garrity had six goals and five assists while Ana Whitenetted six goals and Kelly Ruffini had four as the No. 2 Panthers (5-0, 3-0) dealt the Rams their first loss in the Central League game.

    Julie Hayward added two goals and an assist for the Panthers and Alex Duckenfield contributed two assists. Lele Meunier (4 saves) and Olivia Kerrigan (3 saves) shared the goaltending duties for Strath Haven.

    Carli Sukonik  had six goals for the Rams (6-1, 2-1) and Jess Schwab had four while Jess Rothstein had one.

Conestoga 13, Penncrest 2

     Theresa Brady scored three goals while Taylor Mallory and Britta Hjelm added two apiece to lead the Pioneers (2-0, 2-0) to the Central League win. las

     Conestoga scoring: Theresa Brady 3, 1a; Taylor Mallory 2 G; Britta Hjelm 2 g; Taylor Lawlor 1 g;  Emily Speck 1 g; Kaitlin Hildebrand 1 g; Kerstin Hjelm 1g; Allison Henry 1 g; Maddy LaRosa 1g. Goalie: Sarah Priem 9 saves.

      Penncrest scoring: Nicole Lord 1 g;  Marissa Restaino 1 g. Goalie: Paige Ohrenich 3 saves

Garnet Valley 15, Upper Darby 4

    Allie Henry led the Jaguars (5-2, 2-1) with six goals and three assists and Tori Mitros added a hat trick in the Ches-Mont League win.

     GV scoring- Allie Henry 6g, 3a; Tori Mitros 3g, 1a; Natalie Lang 2g; Jenna VanWyk 1g, 1a; Courtney Fox 1g, 1a; Kara Stroup 1g; AnnaElise Morello 1g. Goalies – Kerri Anderson (6 saves), Kate Stroup (5 saves)

Springfield-Delco 13, Haverford 4

    Shannon Burns, Lindsey Kennedy, Madison Poplawski and Sam Tulskie each scored twice for the Cougars (5-2, 2-1).

Ridley 15, Lower Merion 12

    Becky Donkin led the Green Raiders (4-2, 2-0) by piuring in six goals.

Merion Mercy 13, Mount St. Joseph 9

    Kimmy Keating collected four goals and four assists and Emily Corcoran added four goals and one assist to lead Merion Mercy to the Catholic Acadmies League win. Caili Guilday had eight saves for the win.  Nicole Schuster scored four goals for the Mount.

Hatboro-Horsham 13, CB West 5

    Lauren Purvis scored five goals and Sarah Tustin added four to pace the Hatters to the Suburban One Continental Conference win. Alex Taratuski added a pair of goals and Nicole Beck and Caroline Hagan added one each. Jackie Kimmel made eight saves.

    CB West got three goals from Morgan Ashworth and once apiece from Tori Veland and Cathy Marston. West goalie Alyssa Batty made 20 saves.

North Penn 19, CB East 6

    Lauren McDermott amassed six goals and three assists and Abbie Hartman added five goals and an assist three assists to lead the Maidens (5-0, 1-0) to an easy win in their Suburban One Continental Conference opener.

    NP scoring: Lauren McDermott 6 g 3a; Abbie Hartman 5g 1a; Dani Horn 3 g 1a; Stacey Pellechia 2 g; Halie Lear 1 g; Ali Green 1 g; Rachael Shaw 1 g; Ronnie Pickens 1 a.

Council Rock South 12, Council Rock North 8

Boyertown 13, Owen J. Roberts 4

    Sam Mazzie scored four goals to lead the Bears to the Pioneer Athletic Conference win. Caitey Mitchell led OJR with a hat trick.

    OJR:  Caitey Mitchell 3 g; Nicole Miller 1 g

    BT:  Sam Mazzie 4 g; Lyndsey Babilon 2g, 1a; Emily Austerberry 2 g; Lisa Spitko 1g, 1a; Kelly Furman 1g, 1a; Rachel Hilbert 1 g; Sarah Bennett 1 g; Jaime Vincent 1g.

Unionville 19 Kennett 6

     Erica Midiri netted five goals and Lisa Riondet had four goals and three assists while Julie Moran had four goals to pace the Indians to the Ches-Mont League win. Melissa Lloyd posted 11 saves in goal. Devan Kennard led Kennett with three goals.

    Unionville Scorers: Erica Midiri 5 goals, 1 a; Lisa Riondet 4g, 3a; Julie Moran 4 g; Lindsey Smith 2g, 4a; Lizzy Carney 1g, 1a; Julie Truluck 1g, 1a; Jill Murray 1 g; Lauren Frattura 1g. Goalie Saves: Melissa LLoyd 11

     Kennett goals: Devan Kennard  3; Kate Ferrer 2; Maddi Reegglin 1. Goalie  Saves:  Faith Coleman  5

Bishop Shanahan 14, Sun Valley 4

    Jackie Donato scored four goals to lead Shanahan to the Ches-Mont League win. Amanda Mader led Sun Valley with a pair of goals. 

    BS scoring: Jackie Donato 4 g; Liz Duke 2 g 3 a; Colleen Holmes 2 g; Kelly Meehan 2 g; Sarah Iberguen 1 g, 2 a; Kathryn Gosik 1 g, 1 a; Gina Eberwien 1 g, 1 a; Hannah Goforth 1 g.

    Sun Valley scoring: Amanda Mader 2 g; Michele Grosso 1 g. Brittany Coyle 1 g.

    Saves: BS- Megan Dunn 4 Saves; SV- Courtney Neale 5 saves

Great Valley 18, Henderson 12

   Colleen O’Malley pumped in six goals to lead the Patriots to the Ches-Mont win. Lauren Glassey led Henderson with five goals.

WC East 9, Downingtown West 5

    Amanda Jacobs scored three goals to lead East to the Ches-Mont win. Morgan Obendorfer led the Whippets with four goals. 

Avon Grove 19, Coatesville 4

    Brynn Reid scored four goals to lead the Devils to the Ches-Mont victory.

Germantown Friends 13, St. Hubert 6

    Lydia Kring had three goals and an assist and Lucy Rabinowitz had two goals to lead GFS (2-1) to the non-league win.

Central Bucks South 21, Neshaminy 3

    Casey Haegle had four goals and four assists and Taylor Michener added four goals and one assist to lead CB South.

Interboro 16, Chichester 7

    Steph Parcell had four goals and three assists and Danielle Haney added three goals and two assists as the Bucs (4-3, 2-0) claimed the Del-Val League victory. Kellee Pace scored three goals for the Eagles.

     Interboro: Steph Parcell 4g 2a; Danielle Haney 3g, 2a; Monica Parcell 3g, 1a; Alison Killian 2g, 1a; Lauren Frampton 1g; Kate Kaut 1g; Kelsea Cleaver 1g, 1a; Danielle Lavalle 1g, 1a. Danielle Owen (13 saves, 1 assist)

     Chichester:  K. Pace 3g; E.Miller 2 g; C. Hagel 1g; J.Curran 1g. J. Marvain (6 saves)

VJ Marie 13, Sacred Heart 9  

    Brigid Crane scored six goals to lead VJM. Stephanie Finley had five for Sacred Heart

Abington Friends 12, Bishop McDevitt 7 

 

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