Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/13/10
Kellie Ragg scored six goals and host Penn Charter overcame an 8-5 halftime deficit en route to an 11-10 Inter-Ac League victory over Episcopal Academy today in girls’ lacrosse.
Blaine Steinberg added two goals for PC (6-2, 3-0), including the game-winner in the last minute. Kate Higgins also had two goals and Michelle Drosner had one. Sarah Rowland and Liz Wills led the defense and goalie Meg Curtin limited EA (3-3, 2-1) to two goals in the second half.
Taylor Trimble had four goals, six groundballs and five draw controls to pace EA. MC Curran added five groundballs.
Springfield-Delco 20, Harriton 10
Shannon Burms erupted for seven goals and two assists and Courtney Kennedy had five goals and one assist while Lindsey Mace had three goals and five assists to lead the Cougars to the Central League win.
Jess Schwab paced the Rams with seven goals and two assists.
Strath Haven 10, Garnet Valley 5
Ana White collected four goals and two assists and Alex Duckenfield had three goals and one assists to lead the Panthers. Goalie Lela Meunier turned back nine shots while Duckenfield and Frost led the defense.
Ally Heavens and Tori Mitros each scored twice for the Jaguars.
Radnor 16, Lower Merion 3
Kelyn Freedman had three goals and five assists and Annie Woehling was strong in the nets to help the Red Raiders claim the Central League win.
Conestoga 17, Upper Darby 1
Kerstin Hjelm and Meghan McGillis each had three goals to lead the Pioneers to the victory.
Unionville 18, Downingtown West 6
Melissa Lloyd posted 15 saves in goal and the Indians raced to an 11-1 halftime lead in the Ches-Mont League victory. Lisa Riondet led the attack with five goals and two assists and Julie Moran had four goals and one assist while Lindsey Smith had three goals and two assists.
Bishop Shanahan 7, Henderson 6
Allison Sweeney (two goals) scored the game-winner with 2.8 seconds left to lift the Eagles to the thrilling Ches-Mont win. Liz Duke led Shanahan with three goals while Hannah Goforth and Colleen Holmes each had one and Gina Eberwein had a key groundball late in the game.
Megan Dunn also had a strong game in goal with 12 saves.
Katelyn Fay and Melinda Speers each scored two goals for Henderson.
Great Valley 14, Bayard Rustin 5
Colleen O’Malley had four goals and two assists and Jess Nawojski and Ali Karwoski each tallied three to lead the Patriots.
Julie Tatios led Rustin with four goals.
Downingtown East 19, West Chester East 7
Emily Solenberger had eight goals and three assists and Ashley Poli added four goals and two assists for the Cougars.
Steph Lobb had three goals for East.
Archbishop Carroll 11, Archbishop Wood 10
Aimee Gennaro fired in six goals to lead the Patriots to the tight Catholic League win over the Vikings.
Margo Lesher and Sam Moore each had two goals and Genni Hull added one for Carroll.
Catlin McCartney had four goals and Alyssa Andress added three for Wood.
Merion Mercy 13, Mount St. Joseph 7
Margaret Corzel and Madison Connor each scored four goals and Emily Corcoran tallied three goals and two assists to lift the Bears to the Catholic Academies win.
Tara Beppel led the Mount with three goals.
Villa Joseph Marie 11, Sacred Heart 10
Jenny Sandora (four goals) and Maryclaire Walsh (three) led the VJM attack in the Catholic Academies win. Stephanie Finley had four goals and two assists and Lara Haab added three goals and two assists while Courtney Di Bianca led the defense for Sacred Heart.
Pennridge 17, Central Bucks West 6
Emily Maher fired in five goals and Julia Colyar added three goals and three assists for the Rams in the Suburban One Continental win.
Abington 19, Pennsbury 9
Carli Fitzgerald amassed seven goals, two assists, three groundballs and four caused turnovers while Molly Seefried had five goals and five assists and Courtney Cox added five goals and an assist to lead the Ghosts.
Liz Wilson (one goal, four draw controls, five groundballs, four caused turnovers) and Courtney Enderle (one goal, six groundballs and four caused turnovers) paced the midfield and goalkeeper Emily Towey made nine stops.
Central Bucks East 19, Neshaminy 2
Sam Axenroth pumped in seven goals and Meredith Lavin scored four to lead the Patriots.
Souderton 14, CB South 6
Liz Mower had four goals and two assists to lead the Indians.
Pottsgrove 22, Nazareth 8
Ashley Delaney – who notched her 200th career goal – and Becca Dolenti each scored six goals for the Falcons in their non-league win.
Hill School 10, Shipley 5
Megan scored four goals, Callie Francis had three goals and three assists and Greta Witter tallied three goals for the Blues in their non-league win.