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Girls’ wrap: North Penn tops CBW to cap undefeated season; Interboro finishes perfect in Del-Val League

Thursday, 7th May 2009

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 5/7/09

    Lauren McDermott fired in seven goals and Abbie Hartman had four goals and an assist as host North Penn clipped Central Bucks West, 16-3, to close out a perfect regular season.

    The Maidens, ranked No. 7 in the PA Media Rankings, finished 17-0 overall and 10-0 in the Suburban One Continental Conference.

    Alyssa Culp added two goals for NP while Ronnie Pickens and Danielle Horn each had a goal and an assist and Garrie Grenfell scored once. Lyndsay Hepler made eight saves and Sarah Prall had one.

Abington 21 Central Bucks East 5

     Kailee Ashby and Maddy Evans each collected six goals and two assists and Carli Fitzgerald had three goals to help the Suburban One National Conference champion Ghosts (15-2, 9-0) remain perfect in the league.

    Abington:  Kailee Ashby 6 g 2 a; Maddy Evans 6 g 2 a, 6 DC; Carli Fitzgerald 3 g; Courtney Cox 2 g 1 a; Devon Affleck 1 g 2a; Molly Seefried 1 g; Courtney Enderle 1 g, 4 GB; Jen Kitchen 1 g

Central Bucks South 13, Pennridge 12, OT

    Casey Haegele scored six goals, tied the game in regulation and won it with 26 seconds left in overtime to lift the Titans (13-5, 7-3) to the key Suburban One Continental victory and a berth in the District 1 playoffs. Natalie Rube added three goals for CB South while Jen Moyer had five goals for Pennridge (13-5, 5-5). 

Souderton 14, Hatboro-Horsham 4

    Julia Kudla and Danielle Notvest each poured in five goals and Lindsay Walbrandt added three to lead the Indians (11-5, 6-4) to the Continental Conference win. Liz Mower added a goal and two assists and Kirsten Walther had three assists for Souderton.

Interboro 13, Chichester 6

    Steph Parcell had four goals and two assists and Danielle Haney added four tallies while Monica Parcell contributed two goals and three assists to help the Bucs (9-7, 4-0) complete an undefeated Del-Val League season. Monica Parcell, Amanda Hoffman, Sam Reilly and Jillian Ricks played strong defense for the Bucs in front of Daniell Owen (12 saves).

    Kellee Pace led Chichester with three goals and Jill Curren added a pair.

    Interboro:  Steph Parcell 4 g, 2a; Danielle Haney 4 g; Monica Parcell 2 g, 3a;  Lauren Frampton 1 g, 1a;  Kate Kaut 1 g, 2a; Brianna Thompson 1 g. Danielle Owen 12 saves

    Chichester: Kellee Pace 3 g; Jill Curran 2 g; Brook Bytheway 1 g. Courtney Lutz, 8 saves.

Germantown Academy 22, Germantown Friends School 15

    Kate Henrich collected six goals and four assists and Olivia Mann had five goals and three assists while Sidney Jacobs had four goals and four assists to lead the Patriots (13-10) to the non-league win

    Stephanie LaMont added four goals and an assist for GA while Maggie Ebbott had three goals, Molly Lynch and Alex Farris each scored once and Mia Jordan had three assists.

    Iris Williamson had six goals, three draw controls, three groundballs and two caused turnover and an assist while Betsy Sachs collected five goals, five GBs, 5 DCs and four caused turnovers. Lydia Kring scored four goals, Betsy Sachs had three and Lyles Swift Farley and Samie Francis tallied one apiece. Also,  Sierra Carter-Gordon, fielded seven loose balls and consistently gained possession for the Tigers.

    GFS, the regular-season champion (7-0) of the Friends Schools League, plays in the league semifinals Tuesday. 

Archbishop Carroll 18, Bishop McDevitt 0

    The Patriots (9-5, 8-0) remained perfect in the Catholic League.

Archbishop Ryan 10, Cardinal Dougherty 6

Cheltenham 20, Norristown 10

     Trisha Taylor had three goals and Christina DePietro and Shernia Banks each added two for Norristown. Beverly Pate and Taylor Foxworth each added one goal.

Sun Valley 14, Coatesville 9

    Kim Harkins and Amanda Mader each scored four goals for the Vanguards ina  Ches-Mont League win.

Collegium Charter 11, Woodlynde 7

Friends’ Central 7, Hill School 6

Del-Val Friends 18, Mastery Charter 0



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