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Girls’ wrap: Strath Haven tops Rustin; Radnor gets scare, NP & Abington clinch Suburban One titles

Saturday, 2nd May 2009

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, posted 5/2/09

Annalise Penikis collected five goals and an assist as visiting Strath Haven bested Bayard Rustin, 11-9, Friday in non-league girls’ lacrosse action featuring two teams ranked in the PA Lacrosse Media Rankings.

Ana White added three goals and Emily Garrity had a goal and six assists while freshman Lela Meunier posted 10 saves in goal for the No. 5 Panthers (13-2). Julie Tatios led the No. 3 Golden Knights (13-2) with three goals and an assist while Abbie Brewer and Tori Dugan each had two goals.

Strath Haven: Kelly Ruffini 1G, 1A; Julie Hayward 1G; Ana White 3G; Annalise Penikis 5G, 1A; Emily Garrity 1G, 6A. Lela Meunier 10 saves

Rustin: Abbie Brewer 2G; Tori Dugan 2G; Leana Brewer 1G; Julie Tatios 3G, 1A; Carolyn Adams 1G; Monica Novelli 1A. Kelsey Sword 4 saves.

Radnor 15, Archbishop Carroll 13

Sam Ellis scored five goals and Courtney Campbell and Kelyn Freedman each had three as the No. 1 Red Raiders (14-0) had their biggest scare of the year with the win over the neighboring Patriots (7-5).

Hannah Schmitt and Aimee Gennaro scored three goals each for Carroll while Alyssa DiBona, Alexandra Burns and Genni Hull added two each.

Springfield-Delco 17, Unionville 13

Madison Poplawski fired in six goals and Sam Tulskie added five tallies and three assists as the No. 4 Cougars (14-2) won their 13th straight and knocked off the No. 2 Indians (13-2). Shannon Burns added three goals for Springfield.

Erica Midiri led Unionville with five goals and Lisa Riondet had four while Lindsey Smith had three, including her 100th of her career.

West Chester East 21, Haverford 13

Morgan Grothmann notched six goals, Amanda Erb had four and Audrey Metzger-Bailey added three for East. Liz Bassani led the Fords with six goals.

Henderson 17, Marple Newtown 11

Jackie Roebuck (two goals) scored her 200th career goal for the Tigers in the non-league loss. Melanie Sarcinello scored three goals to lead MN while Katelyn Fay led the Warriors with three goals.

Pottstown 19, Pottsgrove 18

Devon Yocom (six goals) scored the game-tying goal with 1:46 to play and then the game-winner with six seconds left to lift the Trojans. Kasey Mock also notched six goals for Pottstown while Ashley Delaney had six for the Falcons.

North Penn 16, Pennridge 5

Halie Lear and Abbie Hartman each had four goals and an assist as the Maidens (15-0, 8-0) clinched the Suburban One Liberty Division championship with the win over the Rams.

NP: Halie Lear 4G; Abbie Hartman 4G. 1A; Ali Green 2; Lauren McDermott 2G, 2A; Brittany Hanrahan 2G; Alyssa Culp 1G; Dani Horn 1G. Goalie: Lyndsay Hepler 10 saves

Upper Dublin 15, Plymouth Whitemarsh 6

Amy Cross fired in five goals as the Cardinals (12-2, 11-0) remained perfect in the Suburban one American Conference. Meg Piotrowicz led PW with a hat trick.

Abington 15, Council Rock North 4

The Ghosts (13-2, 8-0) clinched the Suburban One National Conference championship with the win over the Indians. Kate Cooper had five goals, two asissts and four draw controls toi lead Abington while Courtney Cox, Kailee Ashby and Maddy Evans had two goals apiece and Devon Affleck, Kristen Dunphey, Jen Kelly, and Carli Fitzgerald had one each. Goalie Alisha Aquilino made seven saves and Carli Fitzgerald had four caused turnovers while Jen Kelly collected three groundballs and three caused turnovers

Episcopal Academy 22, Germantown Academy 14

Taylor Trimble had six goals and two interceptions and Blake McHugh added five goals and two assists as the No. 6 Churchwomen (15-4, 8-0) inched closer to the Inter-Ac league championship. Avery Curley added three goals, two assists and five draw controls, and Kelley Moore chipped in three goals and one assist.  Alexa Buckley added two goals and hustled her way to eight ground balls.

Also for EA, Sammi Arbitman had one goal, four assists and eight ground balls, Megan Spagnola added one goal, two assists and three interceptions, and fellow senior Kate Ivory had a goal and one assist. Caitlin Powers had eight saves.

Sidney Jacobs and Olivia Mann each had four goals for GA (11-9, 3-5)

GA: Sidney Jacobs 4G; Olivia Mann 4G; Kate Henrich 3G; Brooke Kiley 2G; Stephanie Lamont 1G; Maggie Ebbott 1A.

EA: Taylor Trimble 6G; Blake McHugh 5G, 2A; Avery Curley 3G, 2A; Kelley Moore 3G, 1A; Alexa Buckley 2G; Kate Ivory 1G, 1A; Megan Spagnola 1G, 2A; Sammi Arbitman 1G, 4A.

Notre Dame 17, Agnes Irwin 7

Kelly McCallion poured in seven goals and Katie Blumenthal had four to lead the Fighting Irish to a rain-soaked Inter-Ac league win.

Baldwin School 17, Penn Charter 13

Sloan warren had five goals and four assists and Maggie Mae Shields scored five goals as the Bears claimed the Inter-Ac win. Goalie Ali Pedersen had 12 saves for Baldwin and Shields, Stephanis Salvitti (three goals), Arden Simone and Akela Lacy led the defense.

Baldwin: Sloan Warren 5g, 4a; Maggie Mae Shields 5g; Stephanie Salvitti 3g; Hilary Gray: 2g; Alice Matthai: 1g, 3a; Brooke Simone 1g; Emily Acker 1a.

Interboro 18, Kennett 13

Steph Parcell pumped in eight goals and Danielle Haney scored four more to lead the Bucs. Monica Parcell, Amanda Hoffman and goalie Danielle Owen (19 saves) had strong games on defense. Kattie Ferree led Kennett with five goals.

Interboro:  Steph Parcell 9G, 1A; Danielle Haney 4G; Lauren Frampton 2G; Brianna Thompson 2G, 1A; Monica Parcell 1G, 5A. Danielle Owen 19 saves.

Kennett:  Ferree 5G; Outten 3G; Mulry 1G; Ferry 1G; Gallagher 1G; Kennard 1G; Devoy 1G. Kolman 10 saves

Sacred Heart 15, Nazareth 6

Stephanie Finley had five goals and three assists, Haley Ciccarelli added four goals and three assists and Claire Fitzpatrick collected three goals and an assist to lead the Lions (7-7, 5-7) in the Catholic Academies League.

Brilyn Gardner, Katie Dempsey and Kara Shields each added one goal and Amy Robinson made 10 saves. Kate Lazorko had two goals to lead Nazareth while Jenna Gaydash, Kelsi MacMurray, Brittany Stoeckle, Laura Pharp each scored once while Angie Gasparo posted 16 saves.

Germantown Friends 15, Academy of New Church 12

Betsy Sachs tallied five goals to lead the Lions to the Friends’ Schools League triumph.

Pennsbury 15, Coatesville 6

Shipley 8, Friends’ Central 5

Kimberton Waldorf 15, Perkiomen School 9

Westtown 16, George School 9

Cardinal O’Hara 20, Upper Darby 8



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