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Friday’s scholastic girls’ roundup: EA continues streak; ND, Strath Haven win

Friday, 7th May 2010

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 5/7/10

Blake McHugh scored seven goals and Alex Buckley added four tallies while Taylor Trimble contributed two goals and six assists and Jennie Minnick made 19 saves as host Episcopal Academy downed Penn Charter, 15-10, today in an Inter-Ac league girls’ lacrosse game.

The win improved EA to 8-1 in the league and 12-5 overall as it won its sixth straight game. The Churchwomen will meet Notre Dame (7-1), which is tied with EA atop the standings in the loss column, in a showdown next Friday at Notre Dame.

PC (9-6, 6-3) was led by Blaine Steinberg (four goals, one assist) and Kellie Ragg (three goals).

Springside School 17, Germantown Academy 13

Courtney Caputo collected six goals and one assist and Lindsay Yang added four goals and two assists as Springside claimed the Inter-Ac win.

Libbie Maine added three goals and one assist, while Ellie Stout and Nicole Lombardo had two goals and on assist each. Casey Sullivan led Springside with four draw controls and led the defense along with Leah Spalding, Erica Schneer, and Kitty Morrissey.

Caroline Haynie had four goals and an assist for the Patriots.

Strath Haven 12, Bishop Shanahan 3

Ana White had four goals and three assists and Alex Duckenfield added two goals and an assist while Jenna Frost and Caroline Murphy played solid defense for the Panthers (13-1) in the non-league win.

Hannah Goforth had four groundballs for the Eagles.

Germantown Friends 12, Friends’ Central 11

Lyles Swift-Farley tallied seven goals and Iris Williamson added three goals while Samie Francis was brilliant in goal (15 saves) to lead the Tigers (11-2, 6-0) to the victory in a battle of Friends’ Schools League unbeatens.

Lilly Tyson, Annie Morrissey, Shelby Tucker, Alex Clarke, Sierra Carter-Gordon, and Sophie Mercuris also had solid games as the Lions clinched the school the Felsen Cup for overall victories against Friends’ central in all sports.

Friends’ Central (7-5, 4-1) rallied from an 8-0 deficit and scored two goals in the final minutes to draw within the final 12-11 score. Emily Brodsky notched four goals and Ashley Tedesco added three while Emily Belkoff made 14 saves.

Wissahickon 13, Cheltenham 11

Laura Frankenfield netted six goals to lead the Trojans to the Suburban One American Conference win. Alison Hawkins led the Panthers with five goals.

Council Rock North 18, Neshaminy 0

Hannah Plappert had five goals and five assists and Kara Magley added four goals while Elly Plappert contributed a goal and four assists to lead the Indians.

Notre Dame 19, Hill School 9

Bree Buysse (two assists), Maggie Corcoran, Katie Hagen and Carlianne McCabe had three goals apiece as the Irish topped the Blues. Megan Kelly led the Hill with four tallies.

Plymouth Whitemarsh 14, Norristown 1

Mollie Getzfred had three goals and four assists to lead the Colonials.

Pottstown 18, Pottsgrove 4

Kasey Mock poured in eight goals and Amanda Krok added four goals and an assist for the Trojans, who won the Freedom Division of the PAC-10. Pottstown will meet Methacton in the league semifinals at 7 p.m. at Owen J. Roberts, after Boyertown faces Phoenixvile. Phoenixville defeated Owen J. Roberts, 16-9, to earn the final playoff berth.

Ashley Delaney had two goals for the Falcons and finishes as the school’s all-time scorer (232 goals) and leader in assists (118) and points (350)

Upper Perkiomen 19 St. Pius X 3

Jen Pierson collected five goals and two assists and Leah High (100 career goals) and Mia Baringer each scored three to lead the Tribe. Kira Schollenberger led Pius with two goals.

Boyertown 17 Spring-Ford 11

Raelynn Mikell and Claire Moyer had four goals each for the Bears. Maddie Ward and Marisa Moley each scored four goals for the Rams.

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