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Scholastic girls’ roundup: Pennridge downs Perkiomen Valley as PIAA season opens

Saturday, 27th March 2010

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 3/27/10

Julia Colyar scored three goals while Jen Moyer, Emily Maher, Jess Roy and Nikki Beck added two apiece as Pennridge defeated Perkiomen Valley, 14-6, Friday in a non-league girls’ lacrosse opener.

Taylor Dachowski and Dayna Erdman each added one goal for the Rams. Maher and Moyer each added two assists and Roy had one.

Dayna Erdman and goalie Jenna Esposito (10 saves) led the Pennridge defense.

Cat Smeykae, Kate Young, Amber Gansz, Vanessa Molush, Jenn Nyce, and Grace Malizia scored for Perk Valley.

Sacred Heart 18, Archbishop Prendergast 0

Stephanie Finley had seven goals and seven assists to power Sacred Heart to the shutout win.

Kelsey Kershner and Cortney DiBianca had two goals each for Sacred Heart while Claire Fitzpatrick had a goal and three assists and Eileen Dombroski had a goal and an assist. Kara Shields, Chelsea McCalla, Ceara Bogue, Annie O’Donnell and Molly Rooney each had one goal.

Amy Robinson had five saves to earn the shutout and Brooke Ferguson had nine saves for Prendie.

Cheltenham 17, Villa Joseph Marie 11

Liz Heimann collected six goals and two assists and Olivia Dudo added four goals and three assists to spark the Panthers to the victory. Marylee Mahoney had six goals and an assist to lead VJM.

Downingtown West 16, Gwynedd Mercy Academy 5

Jaymie Tabor collected four goals and four assists and Morgan Obendorfer and Jill Sanders each added hat tricks as the Whippets cruised.

Paige Donnell added two goals for Downingtown West while Kellyn Warren, Eva Winiarski, Melanie McDonough and Rhyan Bowfinger each tallied once.

Callie Foley led Gwynedd Mercy with two goals.

Harriton 24, Lower Moreland 2

Carli Sukonik had four goals and one assist and Betsy Hurtado scored four times to lead a balanced attack as the Rams coasted.

Also for Harriton, Ally McLaughlin had three goals and three assists, Jess Schwab had three goals and two assists, Maddy Pisani had two goals and three assists, Victoria Liceaga had two goals and one assist, Caleigh Foust had one goal and two assists, Megan Rubenstein had one goal and assist, Carlie Ladda had one goal and one assist and Marisa Sobel, Liza Attilasoy and Shannon Trudgeon each scored once.

Lower Moreland got two goals from Jen Buell.

Upper Dublin 14, Abington 6

Amy Cross netted five goals and one assist and sister Kelly Cross collected four goals and seven assists as the Cardinals toppled the Ghosts.

Siobhan Brady, Kathleen Speese, Brooke Callahan, Emily Hitchings and Jordan O’Reilly also scored once each for Upper Dublin.

Strath Haven 20, Kennett 5

Alex Duckenfield had six goals and two assists while Molly Dienno and Jenna Frost each added three goals and two assists to lead the Panthers.

Ana White, still nursing a tender quad, added two goals and two assists. Sophmore Laura Rowan contributed two goals. Defenders Clare Sherry and Caroline Murphy and goalie Lela Meunier anchored a strong defense.

Katie Ferree scored a hat trick to lead Kennett.

Great Valley 19, Phoenixville 0

Colleen O’Malley tallied five goals and Jessica Nawojski, Brooke Gamble and Sara McBride each had three goals to help the Patriots blank the Phantoms.

Ali Karwoski had a goal and an assist while Megan Greaves, Laura Bigelow, Jill Jablonski and Catherine Shaughnessy added one goal apiece. Rachel Bartoldson dished two assists.

The Great Valley defense was lead by Lauren Binstein, Caroline Dodds, Anne Fosnocht and Rachel Kalick. Jenna Morris and Josie Hungerbuhler combined for shutout.

Agnes Irwin 14, Holton Arms, DC 7

Katie Nelligan had two goals and three assists while Chloe Chou had two goals and two assists and Chloe Burch and Grace van Arkel edach added a pair of goals for AI.

Courtney Clower, Campbell Crochiere, Nadya Mason, Lucy Smukler and Eliza Moran all added one goal. Freshman goalie Lindsey Reder recorded a season high 13 saves and Nadya Mason anchored the defensive midfield.

Council Rock North 13 Hatboro-Horsham 8

Hannah Plappert had five goals and 5 assists to pace the Indians wbile Lindsay Rheiner added four goals and two assists. Kara Magley added a pair and Liz Cross and Molly Doyle scored once each.

Lauren Purvis led the Hatters with three goals.

Downingtown East 16, Central Bucks South 5

Ashley Poli, Kelly Devlin and Emily Solenberger all scored four goals to lead the Cougars.

Casey Haegele had two goals and two assists and Kelly Hamilton had a goal and two assists fir CB South.

Upper Merion 15, Academy of the New Church 12

Kellie Manoppello collected six goals and two assists and Michelle Bowes had five goals and one assist to power the Vikings.

Mel Ryan added three goals and two assists while Amanda McAteer had one goal and Allison Frymoyer made 17 saves in goal.

Council Rock South 10, Central Bucks West 7

Taylor Hurwitz made 21 saves in goal and Lea Britton scored four goals while Leann Hurley added a hat trick to lead the Golden Hawks.

Jane Savard led the Bucks with two goals.

Upper Periomen 11, Southern Lehigh 6

Cassidy Arner tallied four goals and Leah High and Jenny Pierson each scored three goals as the Indians rolled.

Hill School 12, Springside School 10

Greta Witter had two of her four goals in overtime and added two assists to lead the Blues to the win.

Callie Francis had four goals for the Blues (1-1).

Pottsgrove 20 Penn Wood 3

Ashley Delaney set the Pottsgrove career record for goals with three scores and four assists to bring her career total to 177. Becca Dolenti led the Falcons with four goals.

Ridley 8, Henderson 7

Carly McColgan scored three goals as the Green Raiders prevailed.

Katelyn Fay led Henderson with five goals.

East 13, Haverford High 12, OT

Hayley Tomilson scored the game-winner in overtime and Julia Falcone scored four goals as the Vikings earned the win.


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