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Scholastic wrap: Whippets edge GA; Upper Dublin caps perfect season in Suburban One

Saturday, 9th May 2009

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/9/09

Morgan Obendorfer scored the game-winner with 1:33 to play and fired in six goals to lead visiting Downingtown West to a 15-14 non-league girls’ lacrosse win over Germantown Academy Friday.

Casey Kellogg and Steph Pirri each added three goals for the Whippets (11-4-1), who open play as the 10th seed in the District 1 playoffs Tuesday at home against Penncrest. Kate Henrich had four goals and two assists and Olivia Mann and Maggie Ebbott each had three goals for GA (13-11).

DW: Morgan Obendorfer 6g; Casey Kellogg 3g; Steph Pirri 3g; Jaymie Tabor 1g; Kellyn Warren 1g; Juli Naples 1g. Casey Washington 3 saves; Emily Murdaugh 2 saves.

GA: Kate Henrich 4g, 2a; Olivia Mann 3g; Maggie Ebbott 3g, 1a; Alex Farris 2g; Stephanie LaMont 1g; Sidney Jacobs 1g, 1a; Brooke Kiley 3a. I. Mann 8 saves

Upper Dublin 17, Norristown 3

Sisters Amy and Kelly Cross and Emily Hutchings each scored three goals as the Cardinals (15-2) finished a perfect (14-0) season in the Suburban One American Conference. Trisha Taylor had two goals for the Eagles.  Upper Dublin, the ninth seed, hosts Harriton in the first round of districts Tuesday.

UD:  Amy Cross 3 g; Emily Hutchings 3 g; Kelly Cross 3 g; Brooke Callahan 2g; Kaley Harnster 2 g; Jenn Branmer 1 g; Jordan O’Reilly 1 g; Jibbha Brady 1 g; Kellie Davis 1 g.

Norristown: Trisha Taylor 2 g; Janelle Scruggs 1 g.

Conestoga 17, Haverford High 4

Britta Hjelm scored four goals and Kaitlin Hildebrand added three to lead the Pioneers (9-6, 7-4) to the Central League win. Conestoga, the 13th seed, hosts Wissahickon Tuesday in districts. Katie Coyle led the Fords with two goals.

Cn: Britta Hjelm 4g; Kaitlin Hildebrand 3g; Theresa Brady 2g; Taylor Mallory 2g; Kerstin Hjelm 2; Taylor King 1g; Amanda Norcini 1g; Rachel Hanscom 1g; Allison Henry 1g. Sarah Priem 6 saves; Tracy Cook 1 save.

Hav: Katie Coyle 2g; Michelle Pennoni 1g; Katrina Geiger 1g. Stephanie Case 7 saves

Notre Dame 23, Springside 9

Kelly McCallion collected six goals and three assists and Bridget Burns had six goals and one assist to lead the Fighting Irish (12-3, 6-2) to the Inter-Ac League win. Katie Blumenthal added five assists Megan McCullough had six groundballs and four caused turnovers and Bree Buysee had five draw controls and five groundballs.

Wissahickon 18, Cheltenham 13

Aubrey Bossert had a strong all-around game with seven goals, eight groundballs, four draw controls and one assist to help the Trojans end their regular season with a win over the Panthers. Wissahickon (13-3, 12-2) travels to Conestoga Tuesday in district play.

Also for Wissahickon, goalie Jess Scannapieco had 10 saves, four ground balls and two interceptions. Liz Heimann led Cheltenham with five goals.

Wiss: Aubrey Bossert 7g, 1a; Anne Bracaglia 4g, 3a; Natalie Draham 2g, 2a; Ashley Bossert 2g, 2a; Hilary Hunter 2g, 1a; Sam Stutman 1g, 1a. Jess Scannapieco 10 saves.

Cheltenham: Liz Heimann 5 g, 1a; Jen Henderson 4g; Charlotte Swavola 2g, 2a; Olivia Dudo 1g; Meg Boles 1g; Liza Brazil 1a; Madison Brunk 1a.

Germantown Friends 11, Coatesville 7

GFS finished its regular season at 12-4 with the non-league win over the Raiders. Betsy Sachs had seven draw controls, five groundballs, three caused turnovers, four goals and an assist. GFS, the Friends’ Schools League No. 1 seed with a 7-0 mark, hosts Westtown at 4:00 Tuesday in the semifinals.
Cardinal O’Hara 20, Cardinal Dougherty 6

Penn Charter 11, Agnes Irwin 10

Friends’ Central 17, Westtown 6;

Lower Moreland 13, Perkiomen School 12

Kennedy-Kenrick 10, Archbishop Ryan 1

Shipley School 12, Interboro 6

Bishop Shanahan 14, Kennett 9

Boys

Episcopal Academy 6, Hill School 2

The Churchmen improved to 12-7 with the non-league win over the Blues. Goalie Tyler Himes made 12 saves for Hill (4-8) while George Cornelson, Mike Fuentes, Gabe Walker, Tom Shade, and Brian Barasha played strong defense and Fuentes and Eric Davidheiser scored once each.

Moorestown Friends 14, Westtown 6

Hatboro-Horsham 17, Holy Ghost Prep 6

Interboro 9, New Hope-Solebury 6

Perkiomen School 10, Kimberton Waldorf 2

Upper Dublin 22, Norristown 2

Council Rock South 18, Harry S Truman 8

Springfield-Montco 9, Upper Moreland 1

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