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Girls’ roundup: North Penn handles Ridley

Thursday, 1st April 2010

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/1/10

Danielle Horn collected three goals and three assists while Abbie Hartman had three goals and an assists as visiting North Penn toppled Ridley, 12-7, today in non-league girls’ lacrosse.

Macie Hauck added two goals and an assist for North Penn (2-0) while Garrie Grenfell had two goals. Stacey Pellechia and Rachel Shaw each scored once.

Brittany Hanrahan had four groundballs and two caused turnovers to pace the defense, which also featured strong efforts from Tory Brady, Carly Ball, Kaitlin Colbridge, Brenda McDermott and Steph Knauer.

Sarah Prall had five saves to earn the win and Ciera Smith added one save.

Kelsey Garrity and Carly McColgan led Ridley (2-1) with two goals apiece.

Merion Mercy 13, Villa Maria Academy 12

Emily Corcoran notched four goals and three assists and Margaret Corzel had three goals, and assists to help the Bears open their season with a key Catholic Academies win over the Hurricanes,

Goalie Caili Guilday recorded eight saves for Merion Mercy and center Sarah Hospodar was strong on draw controls, helping the Bears maintain possession in the closing minutes.


Boyertown 16, Perkiomen Valley 2

Kara Smoyer notched five goals as the Bears cruised to the win in the PAC-10 opener.

Sam Kochey scored three goals and Jordan Heidelbaugh and Zoe Reilly each had two for the Bears (1-1), who led, 10-0, at halftime. Kelly Furman and Raelynn Mikell each had a goal and an assist while Jess Johnson and Rachel Engler each scored once. Jaime Vincent added an assist.

Methacton 15, Spring-Ford 6

Emily Kellett scored four goals and Megan Nearing and Brit Gryzwacz added three apiece as the Warriors (1-1, 1-0) topped the Rams in the PAC-10.

Maddie Ward led the Rams (0-2) with three goals.

Upper Perkiomen 11, Phoenixville 11

Phoenixville’s Heather Parris tallied five goals and Jenny Pierson and Leah High had three goals each for Upper Perk in the PAC-10 tie.

Pennridge 11, Central Bucks East 10

Jess Roy had five goals and Emily Maher tallied three to pace the Rams (2-0) to the Suburban One National Conference win.

Jen Myer, Julia Colyar and Taylor Dachowski each added one goal for Pennridge and Jenna Esposito made nine saves.

Meredith Lavin led East with four goals and two assists and Maddie Steuber made nine saves.

George School 17, Perkiomen School 10

Stephanie Feinman pumped in eight goals to pace GS to the win.

Gabi Griffin added three goals and an assist and Kate Harkins and Sara Manetta each had two goals and an assist. Lucy Shapiro had a goal and an assist and Allie duBoulay scored once. Theresa Menna made five stops in goal.

Lailah Cater led PS with six goals and Jennifer Pirri had two. Morgan Klevon and
Megan Fieldmose also scored once each.

Kate Harkins had eight draw controls and five groundballs for George School and Mallory Carcia collected eight draw controls, three caused turnovers and groundballs.

Villa Joseph Marie 22, Nazareth Academy 8

Marylee Mahony notched seven goals and two assists and Mrayclaire Walsh had three goals and one assist to lead VJM to the Catholic Academies League win.

Laura Pharo led Nazareth with five goals.

Springfield 17, Cape Henry Collegiate (VA) 4

Lindsey Mace tallied five goals and three assists and Valerie Paolucci had two goals and three assists as the Cougars (4-0) concluded their spring trip in Virginia.

Courtney Kennedy, Alex Poplawski and Brooke Shea added two goals each for Springfield-Delco, ranked No. 3 in the PA Media Rankings.

Radnor 21, West Chester Rustin 6

Courtney Campbell pumped in five goals and Ali Kelly had three goals and three assists as the No. 1 Red Raiders opened their season with a convincing win over the Golden Knights (0-1).

Leah Gallagher had three goals and two assists while Allie Martin, Kelyn Freedman, Ellie Kraus and Natalie Miller had two goals apiece.

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