Sam Mazzie pumped in five goals and Lyndsey Babilon added two goals and twio assists while Lindsay Clinton made 14 saves as host Boyertown downed Pennridge, 13-5, today in the first round of the District 1 girls’ lacrosse playoffs.
Boyertown (17-1-1), the Pioneer Athletic Conference and No. 8 seed, will host Upper Dublin in the second round. The Cardinals (No. 9 seed) defeated Harriton, 16-7.
Rachel Hilbert and Jaime Vincent also scored twice for the Bears, ranked No. 10 in the PA Media Rankings for all schools. Jacquie Burke led 25th-seeded Pennridge (13-6) with two goals and Eileen Applegate made 15 stops.
Pennridge 4-1- 5
Boyertown 7- 6- 13
Pennridge: Jacquie Burke 2g; Roxy Brown 1g; Jess Roy 1g; Jen Moyer 1g. Eileen Applegate 15 saves
Boyertown: Sam Mazzie 5g, 1a; Lyndsey Babilon 2g, 2a; Rachel Hilbert 2g; Jaime Vincent 2g; Emily Austerberry 1g, 1a; Zoe Reilly 1g. Lindsay Clinton 14 saves
North Penn 17, Garnet Valley 3
Abbie Hartman exploded for eight goals and Lauren McDermott had four goals and four assists as the second-seeded Maidens (18-0) coasted past the Jaguars.
Dani Horn and Stacy Pellechia each scored twice for NP and Halie Lear added one goals while Alyssa Culp contribuetd four assists. Lyndsey Hepler made 14 saves.
North Penn 13 – 4 – 17
Garnet Valley 1 -2 – 3
Great Valley 16, Central Bucks South 4
Colleen O’Malley poured in six goals and added two assists as the 16th-seeded Patriots (12-6) handled the Titans. Haley Sheehan added two goals and an assist and Kristina Hahn had two goals and one assist for the Pats. Casey Haegele led CB South a pair of goals.
Great Velley 9- 7 – 16
CB South 4-0- 4
GV: Colleen O’Malley 6g, 2a; Haley Sheehan 2g, 2a; Kristina Hahn 2g, 1a; Jill Jablonski 1g, 1a; Ali Karwoski 2g; Megan Greaves 1g; Sara McBride 1g; Jess Nawojski 1g. Goalie: Jenna Morris.
CBS: Casey Haegele 2g; Natalie Rube 1g; Deanna Giorno 1g; Jen Duhne 1g. Goalie: Jess Adcock.
Springfield-Delco 14, Owen J. Roberts 2
Sam Tulski had three goals and four assists and Lindsey Kennedy added three goals and two assists while Madison Poplawski scored three goals to lead the No. 2 Cougars (17-2).
OJ Roberts 0 -2 -2
Springfield-D 10 -4 – 14
Springfield-D: Sammy Tulskie 3g, 4a; Lindsey Kennedy 3g, 2a; Madison Poplawski 3g; Lindsey Mace 2g; Val Paolucci 1g; Courtney Kennedy 1g; Shannon Burms 1g. Janal Folkomer 3 saves.
OJR: Nicole Miller 1g; Emily Kolsevich 1g; Shelby Iezzi 2 saves; Kristen Gregory 2 saves.
Downingtown East 25, Pottstown 10
Emily Solenberger pumped in six goals and Kelli Joran, Ashley Poli and Kelly Devlin had five apiece as the Cougars (12-7) rolled. Allie Murray made 14 saves in goal. Kasey Mock led the Trojans (12-6) with five goals and Devon Yocom added four.
Unionville 10, Council Rock North 3
Lizzy Carney had four goals and Julia Moran added three as the fourth-seeded Indians (16-2) claimed the win. Lisa Riondet added two goals for Unionville and Melissa Lloyd had a strong game with nine saves, giving her 500 for her career.
Unionville: Lizzy Carney 4g, 1a; Julie Moran 3g 1a; Lisa Riondet 2g, 1a; Lindsey Smith 1g, 1a; Julie Truluck 1g, 1a. Melissa Lloyd 9 saves.
CR North: C Doyle 1g; Rinker 1g; M Doyle 1g. Griffith 7 saves.
Strath Haven 17, Council Rock South 5
Annalise Penikis scored six goals and Emily Garrity added three goals and seven assists to power the No. 5 Panthers (16-3) to the victory. Ana White added two goals and four assists sand Julie Hayward had three goals. Sarah Brotman and Madison Hurwitz each scored twice for CR South.
Strath Haven: Annalise Penikis 6g; Emily Garrity 3g, 7a; Julie Hayward 3g, 1a; Ana White 2g; 4a; Kelly Ruffini 1g; Caroline Kelley 1g; Jenna Frost 1a; Clare Sherry 1g, 1a. Lela Meunier 3 saves.
CR South: Sarah Brotman 2g; Madi Hurwitz 2g; Meg Cautilli 1g, 1a. Taylor Hurwitz 7 saves.
Abington 10, Henderson 9
Kailee Ashby (four goals) scored the game-winner with just over a minute left to lead the No. 6 Ghosts (17-2) to a victory. Kate Cooper added three goals and one assist and goalie Alisha Aquilino made nine saves for Abington. lauren Glassey led Henderson with three goals and Emily Henderson was a standout in the cage,
Conestoga 15, Wissahickon 9
Kaitlin Hildebrand collected five goals and Taylor Mallory had four goals and two assists to lead the Pioneers past the Trojans. Anne Bracaglia led Wissahickon with three goals.
Conestoga: Kaitlin Hildebrand 5g, 1a; Taylor Mallory 4g, 2a; Theresa Brady 2g; Amanda Norcini 2g, 1a; Britta Hjelm 2g, 1a. Sarah Priem 7 saves.
Wissahickon: Anne Bracaglia 3g; Sam Stutman 2g; Natalie Draham 1g; Alexa Mohr 1g; Ashley Bossert 1g; Aubrey Bossert 1g.
Downingtown West 14, Penncrest 7
Morgan Obendorfer and Michelle LaBricciosa each tallied four goals and Jaymie Tabor added two goals and three assists as the Whippets advanced. Marissa Restaino led Penncrest with three goals.
DT West: Morgan Obendorfer 4g; Michelle LaBricciosa 4g; Jaymie Tabor 2g, 3a; Casey Kellogg 2g; Steph Pirri 2g. Emily Murdaugh 8 saves
Penncrest: Marissa Restaino 3g; Mary Kate Manganiello 2g; Caroline Moore 1g; Nicole Lord 1g. Colleen Doherty 13 saves
Radnor 25, Interboro 1
Allie Martin pumped in five goals while Kelyn Freedman and Ellie Kraus added four apiece as the top-seeded Red Raiders (18-0) cruised. Sam Ellis and Natalie Miller contributed three goals each. Steph Parcell scored for the Bucs.
Upper Dublin 16, Harriton 7
Nikki Harchut fired in five goals and Amy Cross added three for the ninth-seeded Cardinals (16-2). Jess Rothstein had two gaols for the Rams.
Bayard Rustin 16, Springfield-Montco 11
Carolyn Adams and Julie Tatios each netted five goals for seventh-seeded Golden Knights. Maggie Canavan led the Spartans with three goals.
Villa Maria Academy 14, Souderton 13
Chelsea Fay, Jordan Christopher and Kyrstin Mackrides each had four goals to pace the 15th-seeded Hurricanes past the Indians. Lindsay Walbrandt had six goals for Souderton.
Merion Mercy 9, West Chester East 8
Ridley 14, Methacton 3
Jenna Massimo and Shaela Allen tallied three goals apiece as the Green Raiders advanced.
Notre Dame 13, Episcopal Academy 12, 2OT
Freshman Kristen Bandos (five goals) tallied both overtime goals for ND as the Fighting Irish (13-3, 7-2) prevented the Churchwomen (16-5, 9-1) from clinching a tie for the Inter-Ac league title. EA now leads Baldwin (7-2) and ND by a game in the loss column with two games to play.
Bandos’ game-winner came off a feed from Katie Blumenthal while Kelly McCallion assisted on the first OT tally. Freshman goalie Tori Sudjian was strong on the goal for the Irish, who scored in the final minute to send it into overtime. Maggie Corcoran added four goals for Notre Dame.
Sammi Arbitman led EA with four goals, two assists and eight groundballs while Kate Ivory had two goals, an assist and 13 groundballs and Avery Curley had two goals, one assist, two interceptions and 12 groundballs. Megan Spagnola and Taylor Trimble had added two goals, Caitlin Powers made seven saves while Alexa Buckley scooped up 14 groundballs, Ashley McCormick grabbed four draw controls and Maggie Forker and Claire MacManus were strong on defense.
Germantown Academy 22 Agnes Irwin 15
Kate Henrich had five goals and three assists and Sidney Jacobs and Olivia Mann each had five goals and an assist as the Pats (14-11, 5-5) earned the Inter-Ac win. Olivia Goodman led Agnes Irwin with seven goals and Caroline Keating added four.
Goals GA- Kate Henrich 5g, 3a; Sidney Jacobs 5g, 1a; Olivia Mann 5g, 1a; Maggie Ebbott 4g, 2a; Mia Jordan 2g, 1a; Brooke Kiley 1g.
Goals AIS- Olivia Goodman 7g; Caroline Keating 4g; Burch 1g; Clower 1g; Carabasi 1g
Baldwin 23, Springside 10
Maggie Mae Shields pumped in seven goals and Stephanie Salvitti added five as the Bears (11-2, 7-2) drew closer to Episcopal Academy in the Inter-Ac. The Baldwin defense was led by Charlotte Damico, Kristen Feinberg, Akela Lacy and Arden Simone.
Baldwin: Maggie Mae Shields 7g, 1a; Stephanie Salvitti 5g; Hilary Gray 3g, 3a; Sloan Warren 3g; Alice Matthai 2g, 1a; Emily Acker 1g, 1a; Brooke Simone 1g, Angela Farren 1g. Ali Pedersen 5 saves.
Germantown Friends 19, Westtown 6
The Tigers (13-4) jumped to a 14-1 halftime lead and coasted to the Friends Schools League semifinal win. Iris Williamson had five goals, three assists, eight draw controls and eight groundbalsl to lead GFS while Lydia Kring piled up eight goals, five caused turnovers, five groundballs, and Lyles Swift-Farley had six groundballs, two draw controls, a goal and two assists. GFS hosts Shipley at 2 p.m. in the league finals Saturday.
Shipley 13, Friends’ Central 12 (2OT)
Brie Blumenthal tallied the game-winner and Brooke Truskey had four goals as the Gators advanced to the Friends Schools League finals by rallying from a seven-goal deficit in the second half.
Archbishop Wood 22, Cardinal Dougherty 2
Cardinal O’Hara 15, Archbishop Ryan 4
Del-Val Friends 7, Mastery Charter 3
Abington Friends 16, Perkiomen School 5