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Girls’ wrap: NP stays undefeated by downing Conestoga, EA claims big Inter-Ac win over Notre Dame

Saturday, 18th April 2009

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 4/18/09

Lauren McDermott fired in seven goals and Lyndsay Hepler had 16 saves to lead host North Penn to a 12-8 victory over Conestoga Friday in non-league girls’ lacrosse.

The win kept the Maidens – ranked ninth in the PA Media Lacrosse Rankings – perfect at 9-0.

Abbie Hartman added two goals and an assist for the Maidens while Alyssa Culp had a goal and four assists. Roni Pickens and Hali Lear also scored for NP, which led 8-3 at halftime.

Taylor Mallory led Conestoga (3-2) with four goals and an assist while Britta Hjelm scored twice and Theresa Brady and Kaitlin Hildebrand each scored once.

Episcopal Academy 19, Notre Dame 14

Blake McHugh had four goals and two assists and Avery Curley scored four goals whole Sammi Arbitman collected three goals and two assists and Megan Spagnola and Alexa Buckley each had three goals to lead EA to the Inter-Ac League win.EA is ranked No. 3 in the Media Rankings while Noitre Dame is 10th.

Bridget Burns had five goals to lead the Irish while Kelly McCallion and Kristen Bandos had three apiece.

Baldwin School 20, Springside School 4

Maggie Mae Shields scored seven goals to lead the Bears to the easy Inter-Ac win.

Penn Charter 15, Agnes Irwin 14

Kellie Ragg scored five goals to lead the Quakers to the Inter-Ac win.

Wissahickon 19, Upper Moreland 5

Anne Bracaglia had five goals and four assists while Aubrey Bossert collected four goals and two assists and Alexa Mohr added four goals and one assist to lead the Trojans.

W: Anne Bracaglia 5g, 4a; Aubrey Bossert 4g, 2a; Alexa Mohr 4g, 1a; Sam Stutman 3g, 2a; Ashley Bossert 2g, 2a; Alex Smith 1g.

UM: Christi Torres 2g, 1a; Alisha Pagano 1g, 1a; Lily Smith 1g; Karen Illuminati 1g.

Villa Mara Academy 19, Nazareth Academy 4

Chelsea Fay had five goals and two assists and Elise Bendilli had two goals and two assists to power the Hurricanes (7-1, 7-1) to the Catholic Academies win. Laura Pharo and Kate Lazorko had two goals each for Nazareth.

Mount St. Joseph 13, Gwynedd Mercy 8

Tara Bepple and Maggie Gottschalk each scored four goals for the Mount in the Catholic Academies win.

Sacred Heart 11, Penn Wood 9

Stephanie Finley fired in eight goals and had one assist to lead Sacred Heart (1-5) to its first win of the year. Eileen Dombrowski added two goals and Maddie Brannau hads a goal and two assists while Amy Robinson made six saves. Alyssa Roberts matched Finley with eight goals for Penn Wood.

Cheltenham 14, Norristown 6

Heirnan had five goals and Charlotte Swavola and Pretsch added three each for the Panthers in the Suburban one American win. Charmaze Banks had three goals for Norristown and Trisha Taylor added a pair.

Norr: Charmaze Banks 3g, Trisha Taylor 2 g; Christina DiPietro  1g.

Cheltenham – Swavola 3g; Heirnan 5g; Dudo 2g; Pretsch  3g; Wirshafter 1g.

Souderton 9, Council Rock South 8, OT

Julia Kudla and Lindsay Walbrandt each scored four goals and Melinda Wojt added one while Bryanna Mandato had nine saves to lead the Indians to the OT victory.

Upper Dublin 16, Upper Merion 3

Nikki Harchut and Amy Cross each netted four goals for the Cardinals.

Methacton 17, Phoenixville 14

Liz Jones had six goals and three assists and tallied the 200th of her career for the Phantoms in their Pioneer Conference loss. Jess Schmidt led the Warriors with seven goals.

Spring-Ford 16, Upper Perkiomen 3

Ashley Wood and Mel Pennington pumped in five goals apiece to lead the Rams. Leah High had two goals for Upper Perk.

Owen J. Roberts 10, Pottsgrove 9

Gabby Lochetto scored three goals to pace OJR while Ashley Delaney led the Falcons with four goals.

Jamesville-Dewitt (NY) 16, Coatesville 3

Brook Norton led the Raiders with two goals.

Archbishop Wood 8, Great Valley 5

Kelly McVan and Caitlin McCartney each tallied three goals and Kate Smart made 11 saves as the Vikings (7-0) remained undefeated. Aubrie Ahrens and Alyssa Verrillo also scored for Wood while Alyssa Andress collected eight out of eight draw controls in the first half when the Vikings bolted to an 8-2 cushion.

Sara McBride had two goals for the Patriots while Megan Greaves, Haley Sheehan and Colleen O’Malley each scored once.

Central Bucks South 19, Lansdale Catholic 1

Deanna Giorno scored four goals and Taylor Michener added three to pace CB South.

Penncrest 15, Kennett 10

Marissa Restaino pumped in five goals and Caroline Moore added four for the Lions in the non-league win. Mimi Gallagher, Katlyn Ferry and Katlyn Ferree each had three goals for Kennett.

Perkiomen Valley 16, Octorara 4

Alexa Webb had three goals for the Vikings in the non-league win.

PV: Alexa Webb, 3g; Liz Ehret, 2g; Grace Malizia, 1g; Emily Beisswenger, 1g; Kelsey Metzler, 1g; Antonia Falcone, 1g; Amber Gansz, 1g; Vanessa Molush, 1g; Andrea Berenato, 1g; Trina Nolan, 1g; Katherine Collier, 1g; Marcy Frankil, 1g; Katie Young, 1g

Kelly Brennan, GK

Octorara: Taylor B. 1 g; Erin M. 2 g; Missy C. 1 g.

Friends’ Central 22, Abington Friends 2

Academy of the New Church 14, George School 7

Germantown Friends 16, Westtown 7



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