follow us on...

Girls’ wrap: NP stays perfect; EA, GA and Baldwin take Inter-Ac wins

Tuesday, 7th April 2009

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 4/7/09

    Lauren McDermott had five goals and Ali Green scored three while Abbie Hartman added a pair as North Penn defeated Hatboro-Horsham, 13-7, today in the Suburban One Continental Conference, improving the Maidens’ record to a perfect 6-0.

    Dani Horn, Veronica Pickens and Macie Hauck each added one for NP (2-0 in conference) while Lyndsey Hepler had 10 saves.

    Lauren Purvis led the Hatters with a hat trick while Nicole Beck scored two and Kristen O’Brien and Sarah Tustin one each. HH goalie Jackie Kimmel had 14 saves.

Upper Dublin 18, Upper Moreland 3

    Amy Cross netted five goals and Kelly Cross added three for the Cardinals in their Suburban One American win. Alisha Pagano had two goals for the Bears and Stephanie Marko had 13 saves.

Souderton 10, Central Bucks South 6

    Lindsay Walbrandt had three goals and two assists and Julia Kudla and Melinda Wojt tallied two goals apiece to lead the Indians to the Suburban One Continental win. Danielle Notvest, Kirsten Russell and Liz Mower also scored while Bryana Mandato made 10 saves.

Pennridge 8, CB West 4

    Jacquie Burke fired in four goals and Eileen Applegate made 13 saves as the Rams improved to 7-0 with the Suburban One Continental win. Morgan Ashworth ld tghe Bucks with two goals.

Abington 18, Pennsbury 3

    Kate Cooper and Courtney Cox each scored four goals and Carli Fitzgerald had three to pace the Ghosts to the Suburban One National win. Kailee Ashby, Molly Seefried and Maddy Evans each added two goals and Kristen Dunphey scored once while Alisha Aquilino made six saves and Jen Kelly (six draw controls, four groundballs and two caused turnovers) led the defense.

Episcopal Academy 13, Penn Charter 7

    Blake McHugh (four goals, one assist), Sammi Arbitman (two goals, one assist, seven groundballs), Alexa Buckley (two goals, two assists, six groundballs), Taylor Trimble (2 goals, one assists, five groundballs), Kate Ivory (one goal, five groundballs), Avery Curley (one goal, five groundballs) and Brigit Knaus (one goal, one assist) led EA to the Inter-Ac win. Goalie Caitlin Powers (15 saves), Maggie Forker (one assist), Claire McManus (two interceptions) and Allie Clark (five groundballs, one interception) led the defense.

Germantown Academy 18, Springside School 10

     Kate Henrich pumped in five goals and added two assists and Maggie Ebbott had four goals and four assists while Olivia Mann and Sidney Jacobs each had three tallies for GA (8-4, 2-1) in the Inter-Ac League. Mia Jordan, Molly Lynch and Alex Farris also scored for GA

     Lindsay Yang led Springside with five goals and Courtney Caputo added three while Libbie Smith and Nicole Lombardo had one each.

Baldwin 18, Agnes Irwin 6

    Stephanie Salvitti had six goals, Sloan Warren had five and Maggie Mae Shields added four goals and two assists as the Bears (3-0, 2-0) coasted in the Inter-Ac. Alice Matthai added two goals and Emily Acker had a goal and two assists. Hilary Gray and Jennie Wigrizer each had assists and Ali Pedersen made nine saves while Char Damico (eigth groundballs) and Kristen Feinberg played strong defense.

Notre Dame 20, Germantown Friends School 7

    Kelly McCallion scored five goals and Bridget Burns (four draw controls) and Maggie Corcoran each added four while Katie Blumenthal dished four assists for the Fighting Irish in their non-league win.

Villa Maria Academy 19, Mount St. Joseph 3

    Chelsea Fay scored six goals and Kathy young had five as Villa rolled to the Catholic Academies win.

Merion Mercy 17, Gwynedd Mercy 4

    Kimmy Keating had five goals and an assist and Emily Corcoran had four goals and 2 assists to lead the Bears to the easy Catholic Academies win. Goalie Caili Guilday recorded nine saves.

George School 16, Solebury School 5

    Stephanie Feinman fired ineight goals for GS.

Pottstown 15, Upper Perkiomen 5

    Kasey Mock and Kierstyn Mock each scored five goals for the Trojans in the Pioneer Conference win.

Downingtown East 12, Henderson 7

    Allie Murray made 18 saves while Kristen Blye and Kelli Joran scored three goals apiece for the Cougars (3-3, 1-1) in their Ches-Mont League win. Lauren Glassey led the Warriors (2-4, 0-3) with five goals.

Bayard Rustin 18, Haverford High 6

    Abbie Brewer and Tori Duganeach scored four goals and Leana Brewer, Julie Tatios and Carolyn Adams added three apiece for the Golden Knights (5-1). Liz Bassani led the Fords with four goals.

Springfield-Montco 16, Upper Merion 4

    Kellie Manoppello scored twice for Upper Merion in its Suburban One American Conference loss to the Spartans.

Unionville 14, Lower Merion 4

    Lindsey Smith notched four goals, Julie Moran had two goals and three assists, and Julie Truluck two goals and two assists for the Indians (7-1). Melissa Lloyd had nine saves.

St. Andrew’s (Del.) 20, Westtown 6

Shipley 14, McLean (Va.) 10

Villa Joseph Marie 18, Academy of New Church 7



Please note: Comment moderation is enabled and may delay your comment. There is no need to resubmit your comment.

Latest Headlines