Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/1/10
Lindsey Walbrandt poured in six goals and had one assist to help Souderton down Pottstown, 14-12, Wednesday in non-league girls lacrosse.
Danielle Notvest added three goals, Liz Mower had two goals and three assists and Kirstin Russel had two goals and an assist for Souderton. Jenna Hayes also scored once while Hailey Kershaw and Sarah Rodzewich each had assists. Kaitlin Crouthamel made five saves.
Also, Kershaw was strong on defense in transition and Emily Le and Liz Mower had key interceptions throughout the game.
Kasey Mock led the Trojans with six goals and one assist – including her 200th career goals (now has 205) – while Milan White and Amanda Kork each had two goals. Kendra Barkasi had 19 saves for the Trojans.
Conwell-Egan 13, George School 8
Katrina Bruehl tallied four goals as the Eagles won their opener.
Ashley Pope added three goals and Jamie Tomlinson and Kate Jones each had two while Alex Berry-Johnson and Cassie Fario each had one. Lauren Murtha made 12 saves.
Stephanie Feinman poured in six for George School and Kate Harkins had two goals and five groundballs. Myra Jacobs had a goal and six groundballs, Meredith Allen had three caused turnovers and Ann Lemmo added four groundballs.
Downingtown West 14, Central Bucks South 5
Jaymie Tabor netted five goals while Eva Winiarski, Morgan Obendorfer and Jillian Sanders each added three to help the Whippets improve to 2-0.
Emily Murdaugh made eight saves and the defense was strong behind Christie Coper, Katie Bauer, Trish Yeoll and Sally Clark.
CB South scoring: K. Kenney 2 g; C. Haegele 1 g; M. DiBrino 1 g; L. Hamilton 1 g. Goalie saves: Adcock 12.
Hill School 14, Germantown Academy 13
Callie Francis scored five goals and Greta Witter added four to pace the Blues to the win.
Pottsgrove 21, St. Pius X 5
Rachelle Mewshaw tallied four goals while Rebecca Dolenti, Nicole Rohrbach and Kathleen Rowland had three goals each to lead the Falcons to the Pioneer Atheltic Conference win.
Owen J. Roberts 7, Spring-Ford 6 (OT)
Nicole Miller (three goals) scored the game-tying goal and then the game-winner in overtime to lead the Wildcats to the PAC 10 win.
Emily Kolsevich added two goals and two assists while Kristen Gregory made 11 saves for OJR (2-1). Maddie Beddell and Kelsey Dielman also scored once each.
Maddie Ward led the Rams (1-1) with three goals and Sarah Kratz had 7 saves in goal. Sasha Wozniack, Karli Engle and Katie Murtin each scored once.
Sun Valley 13, Cardinal O’Hara 7
Gabby Capuano had three goals and an assist for the Vanguards. Megan George led O’Hara with four goals.
Pennsbury 13, Central Bucks West 12
Jenna Allen tallied five goals for the Falcons while Tori Ueland led the Bucks with five goals and two assists.