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Friday’s girls’ roundup: Penn Charter, Notre Dame, EA claim Inter-Ac wins

Friday, 16th April 2010

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 4/16/10

Blaine Steinberg collected four goals and two assists and Kate Higgins added three goals and an assist as Penn Charter defeated host Agnes Irwin, 14-8, today in Inter-Ac League girls’ lacrosse.

The Quakers (7-2, 4-0) remained undefeated in the league as Amanda Roberts added two goals and Meg Curtin had 10 saves.

Kellie Ragg (three assists), Amanda Fleming, Demi Angelakis, Ali Thompson and Kelly Kubach also scored for Penn Charter.

Campbell Crochiere led Agnes Irwin with three goals and one assist. Lauren Wilcox added two goals and one assist and Chloe Chou had two goals.

Notre Dame 24, Springside School 9

Maggie Corcoran had six goals while Kristen Bandos had five goals, three draw controls, and three groundballs to lead Notre Dame (5-0) remained undefeated with the Inter-Ac win.

Also for the Irish, MC McDonald had four goals, an assist and four draw controls. Katie Gerzabek added four draw controls and a groundball.

Courtney Caputo and Nicole Lombardo each scored three goals for Springside.

Episcopal Academy 24, Baldwin 13

Taylor Trimble collected eight goals and three assists, Alexa Buckley had three goals and four assists, Blake McHugh had three goals and two assists and Libby Eyre added three goals and one assist to lead EA.

Sloan Warren led Baldwin with seven goals and two assists and Jennie Wigrizer added three goals and two assists.

Cheltenham 14, Plymouth Whitemarsh 7

Liz Heimann had three goals and four assists and and Rachel McManus had three goals

Caitlyn Mundy led PW with two goals.

Wissahickon 18, Upper Merion 6

Sam Stutman had four goals and an assist, Aubrey Bossert had three goals and three assists and Laura Frankenfield added three goals and two assists to lead the Trojans to the Suburban One American victory.

Kellie Manoppello led Upper Merion with two goals.

Merion Mercy 21, Gwynedd Mercy Academy 1

Bonnie McShane had eight goals and Caili Guilday recorded four saves for the Bears.

Kennett 9, Interboro 4

Katie Ferree scored three goals to lead Kennett to the non-league win.

Brianna Thompson led the Bucs with two goals and Danielle Owen posted 13 saves while Amanda Hoffman and Molly Burnett led the defense.

Upper Dublin 16, Norristown 1

Kelly Cross had four goals and two assists and Amy Cross fired in three goals while Emily Hitchings added two goals and one assist for the Cardinals.

North Penn 14, Pennridge 3

Abbie Hartman pumped in six goals and Rachel Shaw added four goals to lead the Maidens to the Suburban One Continental Conference win.

Owen J. Roberts 25, St. Pius X 1

Emily Kolsevich collected six goals and three assists and Nicole Miller had five goals and one assist while Caitey Mitchell added three goals and three assists for the Wildcats.

Henderson 15, Pottstown 10

Katelyn Fay netted seven goals to pace the Warriors to the non-league win.

Milan White and Kasey Mock each scored four goals to lead Pottstown (6-3), which was leading, 9-8, at halftime.

Radnor 18, Downingtown West 4

Allie Martin collected four goals and four assists and Kelyn Freedman had two goals and six assists as the top-ranked Red Raiders improved to 8-0.

Morgan Obendorfer led the Whippets with three goals.

Methacton 14, Upper Perkiomen 6

Leanne Bauer and Megan Nearing each scored three goals each to lead the Warriors to the PAC-10 win.

Phoenixville 9, Perkiomen Valley 8

Mariah Johnson scored three goals to pace the Phantoms to the PAC-10 win.

Spring-Ford 14, Pottsgrove 13, OT

Marisa Moley and Maddie Ward each scored five goals as the Rams overcame the Falcons.

Ashley Delaney tallied seven goals for the Falcons, including two in the final minutes to force overtime.


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