Shaela Allen had four goals and tallied the game-winner in the second overtime as visiting Ridley claimed an 11-10 victory over Conestoga Saturday night in Central League girls’ lacrosse.
The Green Raiders improved to 6-3 in the Central League and 7-7 overall with their third straight one-goal win. The Pioneers, ranked No. 10 in the PA Media Rankings for PIAA schools, fell to 8-5 overall and 6-3 in the league.
Jenna Massino also had four goals for the Raiders and Jackie Donkin had two goals while Ashley Henderson had one.
For Conestoga, Kaitlin Hildebrand scored four goals and Theresa Brady had three while Taylor Malloy had two goals and two assists and Rachel Hanscom scored once.
Ridley 4-6-0-1 – 11
Conestoga 5-5-0-0 – 10
Ridley: Allen 4G; Massimo 4G; Dunkin 2G; Henderson 1G. Pitts 4 saves
Conestoga: Kaitlin Hildebrand 4G; Theresa Brady 3G; Taylor Mallory 2G, 2A; Rachel Hanscom 1G. Sarah Priem 2 saves.
Boyertown 17, Downingtown East 13
Sam Mazzie pumped in six goals to help the Bears – ranked No. 9 in the PIAA – improve to 14-1-1. Kelly Devlin had three goals for the Cougars (9-7).
Downingtown East 4-9- 13
Boyertown 8-9 – 17
DT East: Kelly Devlin 3g; Ashley Poli 2g; McKenzie Rafferty 2g; Kristen Blye 2g; Julianne Jochym 1g,1a; Kelli Joran 1g; Haley Swartz 1g; Katie McCluskey 1g. Allie Murray 11 saves
BTown: Sam Mazzie 6g; Rachel Hilbert 3g; Lyndsey Babilon 2g, 1a; Sarah Bennett 2g; Lisa Spitko 1g; Jaime Vincent 1g; Jordan Shade 1g; Zoe Reilly 1g; Jordie Heidelbaugh 2 a. Lindsay Clinton 10 Saves
Abington 21, Germantown Academy 5
Kailee Ashby had six goals, an assist and eight draw controls as the eighth-ranked Ghost (14-2) coasted. Courtney Cox added four goals for Abington, which on Friday clinched the Suburban One National Conference title.
Kate Cooper, Kristen Dunphey, and Maddy Evans (five draw controls) each added three goals for Abington and Carli Fitzgerald had two. Alisha Aquilino was brilliant with 15 saves in goal and Liz Wilson had five groundballs while Cort Enderlee contributed two assists.
Olivia Mann and Mia Jordan each scored twice for GA (11-10) while Kate Henrich scored once and had one assists..
Notre Dame 22, Springside School 9
Kelly McCallion had five goals, Katie Blumenthal had four and Kristen Bandos, Carlianne McCabe and Katie Gerzabek each tallied three. Bridget Burns had six assists as the Fighting Irish improved to 11-3 overall and 5-2 in the Inter-Ac League.
Villa Maria Academy 14, West Chester East 11
Chelsea Fay scored five goals while Kyrstin Mackrides and Olivia Maggitti both added three as the seventh-ranked Hurricanes (14-1) earned the non-league win. Amanda Erb had three goals for East (9-5).
Bishop Shanahan 16, Coatesville 2
Jackie Donato and Hannah Goforth each had four goals for the Eagles (5-9, 2-4) in the Ches-Mont League win.
Pottstown 15, Upper Perkiomen 7
Kierstyn Mock had four goals and Devon Yocom, Kasey Mock and Amanda Krok each had three for the Trojans. Leah High, Jenny Arner, Jenny Pierson, and Cassie Arner each had two goals for the Tribe.
Owen J. Roberts 16, Perkiomen Valley 6
Nicole Miller notched five goals and Gabby Lochetto added four for the Wildcats. Amber Gansz scored twice for the Vikings.