Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/20/10
Ana White had three goals and five assists and Jenna Frost scored four goals as host Strath Haven defeated Abington, 14-7, today in the second round of the District 1 girls’ lacrosse playoffs.
The fourth-seeded Panthers (17-1) advance to Saturday’s quarterfinals against fifth-seeded Unionville, which defeated Harriton, 20-8. The Panthers and Indians will meet at 10 a.m. in the first game of four contests at West Chester East.
Strath Haven jumped out to a quick start 4-0 lead and led, 6-3, at halftime. Alex Duckenfield had three goals and three assists and was a key on defense with five take aways, one interception and three blocked shots.
Summer O’Donnell contributed four groundballs, one draw control, and one steal while Lela Meunier made nine saves.
Molly Seefried led Abington with three goals and one assists and Courtney Cox scored three goals.
Unionville 20, Harriton 8
Lisa Riondet collected four goals and four assists and Erin Linthicum had four goals and an assist while Melissa Lloyd posted 19 saves in goal to lead the fifth-seeded Indians to the victory.
Lizzy Carney dominated on the draws in the second half and Christine Astarita led the Unionville defense.
Carli Sukonik led the Rams with four goals and Jess Schwab added two goals and two assists.
Springfield-Delco 18, Bayard Rustin 10
Valerie Paolucci tallied five goals and reached 100 for her career while Shannon Burns added five goals to lead the third-seeded Cougars. Courtney Kennedy added three goals and three assists.
Megan Watkins led Rustin with three goals.
Downingtown East 12, Boyertown 9
Kelly Devlin pumped in five goals and Emily Solenberger had three goals and two assists while Mackenzie Rafferty notched three goals and Allie Murray made 21 saves for the Cougars.
Rachel Engler and Jaime Vincent each scored twice for the Bears.
Great Valley 24, Hatboro-Horsham 15
Sara McBride poured in eight goals and Colleen O’Malley added five goals while Jessica Nawojski contributed four goals and three assists for the second-seeded Patriots.
Cortnee Daley led the Hatters with five goals and Lauren Purvis added three goals and an assist.
Conestoga 15, Upper Dublin 9
Kelly Morrison had three goals and two assists, Meghan McGillis had three goals and one assist and Kerstin Hjelm scored three goals while Sarah Priem posted 13 saves as the ninth-seeded Pioneers topped the eighth-seeded Cardinals.
For Upper Dublin, Amy Cross had three goals and an assist and Jordan O’Reilly tallied three goals.
North Penn 11, Merion Mercy 10
Abbie Hartman pumped in six goals and Macie Hauck had two goals and five draw controls while Carly Ball scooped six groundballs to lead the Maidens.
Radnor 20, Wissahickon 4
Courtney Campbell fired in six goals – including her 200th career tally – and Allie Martin had three goals and three assists while Kelyn Freedman collected two goals and six assists for the top-seeded Red Raiders. Ali Kelly added two goals and five assists and Ellie Kraus had three goals.
Aubrey Bossert had two goals and three assists for the Trojans, who led 4-3, before the Raiders tallied 17 straight goals.