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Girls’ wrap: Villa Maria downs Strath Haven, 14-12; North Penn remains undefeated

Monday, 27th April 2009

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/27/09

     Chelsea Fay scored five goals while Kathy Young had four and Kyrstin Mackrides added three as visiting Villa Maria Academy defeated Strath Haven, 14-12, in a non-conference girls’ lacrosse game today.

    The win lifted Villa Maria, ranked No. 9 in the PA Media Lacrosse Rankings, to 10-1. Strath Haven, ranked No. 5, fell to 10-2.

    Emily Garrity had five goals and three assists and Julie Hayward had three goals and two assists.

    SH: Emily Garrity 5 goals 3 assists; Kelly Ruffini 2 goals 2 assists; Julie Hayward 3 goals 2 assists; Lexi Mazur 1 goal; Ana White 1 goal 1 assist. Goalies: Lela Meunier 3 saves; Olivia Kerrigan 3 saves

     Villa Maria: Chelsea Fay 5 goals, 1 assist; Kathy Young 4 goals 1 assist; Kyrstin Mackrides 3 goals; Jordan Christopher 1 goal 2 assists; Molly McShane 1 goal. Goalie: Sarah Radie 4 saves

North Penn 16, Central Bucks South 5

    Lauren McDermott had five goals and two assists and Abbie Hartman had five goals to lead the Maidens (13-0) to the Suburban One Continental win.

    Dani Horn scored two goals and Alyssa Culp had a goal and three assists while Ali Green, Stacey Pellechia and Halie Lear each scored once. Goalie Lyndsay Hepler had 16 saves and Brittany Hanrahan led the team with four caused turnovers and Dianna Milano added three caused turnovers.

Council Rock North 20. Central Bucks East 8

    Lindsay Rheiner had eight goals while Elly Plappert, Hannah Plappert and Casey Doyle each had three goals to lead the Indians to the victory. Carly Bitzer and Meredith Lavin each netted two goals for the Patriots.

Wissahickon 22, Norristown 4

    Sam Stutman scored five goals, Ashley Bossert had four and Aubrey Bossert, Anne Bracaglia and Natalie Draham added three apiece as the Trojans cruised to the win.

    Wissahickon: Sam Stutman 5 goals; Ashley Bossert 4 goals; Aubrey Bossert 3 goals; Anne Bracaglia 3 goals; Natalie Draham 3; goals; Julie K. 2 goals; Gretchen A. 1 goal; Emily C. 1 goal.

    Norristown: Trisha Taylor 1 goal; Christina DiPietro 1 goal; Kelley Cooney 1 goal; Beverly Pate 1 goal.

Springfield 18, Upper Moreland 3

    Sarah Studdiford had five goals and five assists to lead the Spartans to the Suburbhan One American win. Courtney Ellis, Becca Levis, and Christi Torres each scored once for the Bears.

Souderton 12, Pennridge 11

     Kirsten Walther had three goals while Julia Kudla, Dana Paulding, Danielle Notvest and Liz Mower each scored twice to pace the Indians to the Suburban One Continental. Jess Roy led Pennridge with four goals and Jen Moyer added three.

    Souderton: Kirsten Walther 3G; Danielle Notvest 2G; Liz Mower 2G;  Julia Kudla 2G;  Dana Paulding 2G;  Lindsay Walbrandt 1G. Assists: Chelsea Manes 1; Kirsten Walther 1; Melinda Wojt 1; Danielle Notvest 1; Kirstin Russell 1; Liz Mower  1.

    Jess Roy 4, Jen Moyer 3, Roxanne Brown 2, Brittany Wright 1, Jacquie Burke 1

Abington 9, Council Rock South 7

     Kate Cooper had five goals and two assists and Courtney Cox scored twice while Maddy Evans (five groundballs, three caused turnovers), Carli Fitzgerald (four groundballs) and Jen Kelly led the defense. Kailee Ashby and Molly Seefried also scored for the Ghosts.

Hatboro-Horsham 7, Central Bucks West 7, tie, 2 OT

   The Hatters and Bucks settled for a tie in the Continental Conference. lauren purvis notched three goals for HH and Morgan Ashworth had three for CBW. 

    HH Goals:  Kristen O’Brien 1, Kelly McCartin 1, Lauren Purvis 3,  Cortnee Daley 1, Sarah Tustin 1 HH Assists: Kristen O’Brien 1, Nicole Beck 1, Sarah Tustin 1, Caroline Hagan 1, Hannah Vogel 1. Goalie saves: Jackie Kimmel:10.

    CB West: Tori Keland 1, Cathy Marston 1, Morgan Ashworth 3, Kelly McDevitt 1, Biz Snyder 1. Goalie saves: Alyssa Batty 13 saves.

Conestoga 19, Upper Darby 0

     Kaitlin Hildebrand scored four goals and Amanda Norcini and Theresa Brady each had three as the Pioneers cruised to the shutout win.

    Conestoga: Kaitlin Hildebrand 4G; Amanda Norcini 3G; Theresa Brady 3G; Taylor Mallor 2G, 2A; Rachel Hanscom 2G; Taylor Lawlor 1G; Taylor King 1G, 3A; Kerstin Hjelm 1G; Allison Henry 1G, 1A; Colleen Guinan 1G. Trracy Cook 1 save.

Unionville 17, Coatesville 2

    Erica Midiri had four goals and Lindsey Smith and Lisa Riondet each had three goals and three assists while Erin Linthicum added three goals and two assists as the second-ranked Indians improved to 12-1 and 8-0 in the Ches-Mont.

    Unionville: Erica Midiri 4G, 1A; Lindsey Smith 3G, 3A; Lisa Riondet 3G, 3A: Erin Linthicum 3G, 2A; Julie Moran 2G, 1A; Lauren Frattura 1G, 1A; Hannah Haskell 1G . 

Goalie saves:  Melissa Lloyd 9.

    Coatesville: Martin 1G; Eichelroth 1G. Goalie Saves: Lee 7, Sload 4

Boyertown 22, Phoenixville 6

    Sam Mazzie had four goals and two assists and Raelynn Mikell had four goals and an assist as the Bears (12-1-1, 10-0) breezed to the Pioneer Athletic Conference win. Liz Jones had four goals for the Phantoms and Becky Porter scored her 100th career tally.

BT  13 – 9 – 22

PHX 4 – 2 – 6

     BT: Sam Mazzie 4g, 2a; Raelynn Mikell 4g, 1a; Lyndsey Babilon 2g, 3a; Sarah Bennett 2g, 2a; Lisa Spitko 2g; Sam Kochey 2g; Jaime Vincent 1g, 2a; Rachel Hilbert 1g, 1a; Emily Austerberry 1g; Brooke Fisher 1g; Jordie Heidelbaugh 1g; Mercedes Collins 1g.

    PHX: Liz Jones 4g, 1a; Becky Porter 1g; Mariah Johnson 1g

Pottsgrove 14, Perk Valley 10

    Ashley Delaney tallied four goals to lead the Falcons to the PAC-10 win. Emily Beisswenger led PV with five goals.

    Pottsgrove:  A. Delaney 4 goals; A. Bainbridge 3 goals 1 assist; C. Bealer 2 goals; A. Glenn 2 goals; K. Rowland 1 goal; G. Shurr 1 goal; Lester 1 goal

    PV: Emily Beisswenger 5 goals; Kelsey Metzler 2 goals; Grace Malizia 1 goal; Brooke Seiple 1 goal; Antonia Falcone 1 goal.

Pottstown 14, Spring-Ford 13  

    Kasey Mock poured in six goals and had the game-winner with 37 seconds to play to lift Pottstown. Devon Yocum added five goals and Kierstyn Mock added three for Pottstown.

Owen J. Roberts 9, Methacton 6

    Gabby Lochetto notched five goals as the Wildcats claimed the PAC-10 win.

Cardinal O’Hara 21, Kennedy-Kenrick 2  

    Steph McCoy and Julia Costello notched four goals apiece to lead the Lions to the Catholic League rout.

Cardinal Dougherty 14, Lansdale Catholic 13  

    Maggie Howley had the game-winner with less than two minutes to play and scored four goals and Mallory Smith also scored four goals for the Cardinals. Kristen Smart led LC with six goals.

Sacred Heart 19, Nazareth Academy 6  

    Haley Ciccarelli collected seven goals and four assists and Stephanie Finley added six goals and three assists to lead the Lions (5-6) to the Catholic Academies win.

Merion Mercy 18, Gwynedd-Mercy 4  

    Emily Corcoran notched five goals and Emily Corzel had four goals and two assists to lead the Bears the easy Catholic Academies win.

Haverford 16, Ridley 9  

    Katrina Geiger, Liz Bassani and Catie Coyle had four goals each for the Fords (3-9) in the Central League win. Jenna Massimo paced Ridley with four tallies.

Marple Newtown 23, Chichester 11  

    Melanie Sarcinello (seven) and Jackie Roebuck (six) combined to score 13 goals for the Tigers (7-6). Kellee Pace led the Eagles with five goals.

Upper Perkiomen 16, Upper Merion 5

    Cassidy Arner had five goals to lead the Indians in a non-league game.
Kimberton Waldorf 14, Perkiomen School 11

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