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Scholastic wrap: St. Joe’s Prep survives scare from EA, 7-6; Radnor cruises

Saturday, 18th April 2009

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

Mike Zikoski made nine saves – many of them big – and Cory Schuerle scored three goals as visiting St. Joseph’s Prep survived a scare from Episcopal Academy to claim a 7-6 victory, keeping its record perfect at 5-0.

Brendan Glynn had a goal and two assists for the Hawks while Colin Fleming and Kenny Lankford each had a goal and an assist. Ian Correia had one goal and Jeff Heath added two assists.

Tyler Olsen led EA (7-4) with two goals while Chase Growney, Cody Isdaner, Shane Morrell and Britt Potter also scored once each.

Radnor 11 Methacton 2

Jeff Gold scored four goals and Jeff Puckette and Ben Junior added two apiece as the Red Raiders claimed the non-league win to improve to 8-2.

Zack Donnelly, Will Lawlor and Matt Cherry also scored for the Raiders, who led 5-0 at halftime. Methacton goalie Scott Markel was brilliant all day, posting 14 saves.

Lower Merion 9, CB West 3

Jordan Wolf had three goals and two assists while Andrew Mongeluzzi and Matt Dilks had two goals and an assist each to lead the Aces to the non-league win. Cody Hurnung also played well in the cage for LM, posting seven saves.

Strath Haven 5, Avon Grove 3

The Panthers received excellent defense from Nick Thompson, Jimmy Battel, and Shane Kennedy while goalie Will Torrence made 12 saves. Mark Dolphin led the SH attack with three goals.

Penncrest 16, Marple Newtown 9

Craig Kashner led the Lions with four goals and four assists in the Central League win.

Archbishop Carroll 13, Father Judge 6

Andrew Johnson scored six goals for the Patriots in the Catholic League win.

Downingtown West 8, Pennsbury 6

Ryan Higgins scored three goals and Eric Sanders had two goals and two assist to lead the Whippets. Shawn Caven led the Falcons with four goals.

North Penn 9, Pennridge 4

Paul Reutemann had five goals to lead the Knights.

Great Valley 15, Phoenixville 2

Campbell Armstrong led the Patriots with five goals.

Shipley 11, Moravian Academy 3

Julius Mouser paced the Gators with five tallies.

Holy Ghost Prep 24, Conwell-Egan 1

Colin Becker scored three goals as the Firebirds (8-1) had 17 different people score.

Phelps 8, Perkiomen School 5

Chestnut Hill Academy 9, Cardinal O’Hara 7

Boyertown 10, Upper Darby 9

Roman Catholic 12, Nazareth 9


Pottstown 10, Springfield-Montco 8

Kasey Mock had six goals, including the game-winner, and Devon Yocom had four goals and four assists for the Trojans in the non-league win. Goalie Melissa Bonenberger had 10 saves and six groundballs in front of the crease. Four of the saves and all six GB’s  were in the final 6 minutes.

Boyertown 20, Methacton 6

Sam Mazzie had four goals while Lyndsey Babilon, Emily Austerberry and Jamie Vincent each added three to power the Bears to the Pioneer Athletic Conference win.

Boyertown  11- 9 – 20

Methacton 3 -3 – 6

Bt: Sam Mazzie 4g; Lyndsey Babilon 3g, 1a; Emily Austerberry 3g; Jaime Vincent 3g; Lisa Spitko 2g; Kelly Furman 1g, 3a; Devyn Heidelbaugh 1g, 1a; Rachel Hilbert 1g; Sarah Bennett 1g; Brooke Fisher 1g. Lindsay Clinton 8 saves

Meth: Emily Kellett 2g; Jess Schmidt 2g; Sarah Watro 1g; Maria Numerato 1g.

Baldwin School 19, Germantown Friends 7

Sloan Warren had six goals and five assists, Alice Matthai had five goals and three assists sand Maggie Mae Shields collected five goals and one assist to lead Baldwin (6-1) to the non-league win. Char Damico, Kristen Feinberg, Akela Lacy, Arden Simone, Stephanie Salvitti, Shields and Warren excelled on defense and Megan Handal had six saves in goal.

Baldwin 7-12- 19

Germantown Friends 4-3- 7

Baldwin scoring: Sloan Warren 6 goals/ 5 assists; Maggie Mae Shields 5 goals / 1 assist; Alice Matthai 5 goals/ 3 assists; Stephanie Salvitti : 3 goals; Jennie Wigrizer 2 assists; Hilary Gray 1 assist; Emily Acker 1 assist

Unionville 11, West Chester East 3

Erica Midiri had four goals and an assist and Lizzy Carney added three goals and three assists to lead the Indians to the Ches-Mont League win.

Uv: Erica Midiri 4g, 1a; Lizzy Carney 3g, 3a; Lisa Riondet 2g 1a; Lindsey Smith 2g1a. Saves:  Melissa Lloyd 18

ECE Allison Tizio 1g; Andrea Jacobs 1g; A. Metzger Bailey 1g. Saves:  Steph  Harris 14.

Abington 17 Avon Grove 3

Kate Cooper netted six goals and Kailee Ashby added four goals and three assists while Kristen dunphey had four goals to pace the Ghosts to the non-league win. Alisha Aquilino had 12 saves in goal while Carli Fitzgerald paced the defense with two draw controls, three groundballs and two caused turnovers.

Ab: Kate Cooper 6 g; Kailee Ashby 4 g, 3 a; Kristen Dunphey 4 g; Courtney Cox 1 g; Devon Affleck 1 g; Courtney Enderle 1 g; Molly Seefried 2 a

Sacred Heart 19, Archbishop Prendergast 3

Stephanie Finley poured in nine goals and Claire Gitzpatrick added four to lead Sacred Heart to the non-league win.

Lower Merion 15, Springside 7

Leah Sack pumped in six goals for the Aces.

Jenkintown 11, Upper Perkiomen 10, OT

Julie Leibsen had the game-winner and scored four goals to lead the Drakes.

Downingtown West 10, Souderton 8

Michelle LaBricciosa and Morgan Obendorfer each scored three goals to lead the Whippets.

Shipley School 17, Haverford 10

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