Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/27/10
Sophomore Kristen Bandos had four goals while Katie Blumenthal, Maggie Corcoran, and Bree Buysse each scored three as visiting Notre Dame defeated Villa Maria Academy, 20-10, today in a non-league girls’ lacrosse game at Immaculata University.
Bridget Burns added two goals for the Irish (1-0) and sophomore goalie Tori Sudjian had 13 saves. Chelsea Fay had five and Elise Bendinelli added three goals for Villa Maria (1-1).
Harriton 15, Holton Arms, MD 3
The Rams (2-0) raced out to a 12-1 halftime lead and coasted to a win over host Holton-Arms.
Carli Sukonik led a balanced attack with four goals and two assists while Caleigh Foust had four goals, Jess Schwab had three goals and two assists and Betsy Hurtado had three goals and one assist,
Megan Rubenstein and Ally McLaughlin each had an assist. Holton Arms was led by Haley Gilbert (two goals).
Mount St Joseph 17, Gwynedd Mercy Academy 5
Olivia Gannon netted five goals and had one assist while Stevie Wells had three goals, two assists, and two draw controls and Corinne Caracausa had three goals and three draw controls to pace the Mount to the Catholic Academies win in its opener.
Maddie Haas added three goals, two caused turnovers and two ground balls for the Mount wbhile Laura Pacheco had two goals and one assist and Tara Beppel added a goals and an assist, Jenna Seybert contributed two assists while Dominique Nyzio had two caused turnovers and four ground balls and Emilee Ehret had two caused turnovers and two ground balls.
Goalie Gabby Rounbehler made eight saves for the win.
Gwynedd Mercy was led by Jamie Bumgardner, who had two goals and two assists. Megan O’Brien scored two goals and Alyssa Meehan tallied one goal.
Springfield 17, Peters Township 5
Shannon Burns collected four goals and had three assists while Alex Poplawski and Courtney Kennedy each talklied four goals as the host Cougars improved to 2-0 by downing the defending WPIAL champion.
Hill School 14, Baldwin School 12
Callie Francis notched five goals to offset a seven-goal effort by Baldwin’s Sloan Warren to earn the non-league win,
Megan Kelly, Greta Witter and Mallory Sheer each scored three goals for Hill (2-1).