Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/26/11
Macie Hauck scored five goals to help host North Penn earn a 12-10 victory over Boyertown Friday in a girls’ lacrosse opener.
Garrie Grenfell added three goals and Rachel Shaw had two for North Penn, which took a 7-1 halftime lead and held off a Bears’ challenge in the second half.
Central Bucks West 6, Council Rock South 5
Elena Rosenburg had four goals and Maria Pollina made nine saves to power CB West.
Central Bucks South 15, Gwynedd Mercy Academy 6
Leslie Searles made 14 saves and Kayla Kenney and Kelly Hamilton each scored three goals for CB South.
Abington 10, Upper Dublin 6
Molly Seefried poured in six goals for the Ghosts while Carli Fitzgerald added three goals and an assist and Emily made 11 saves.
Pennridge 14, Perkiomen Valley 13
Taylor Dachowski has six goals to lead the Rams to a tight victory. Julia Colyar added three tallied.
Ridley 13, Henderson 12
Jen Levy scored her second goal of the game with one second left to give the Green Raiders a thrilling opening-day win.
Lacie Doubet added six goals while Ellen Udovich added three. Katie O’Donnell Led the Warriors with seven goals.
Marple Newtown 14, Chichester 2
Madison Collins scored four goals for the Tigers. Elise Hagel tallied twice for Chichester.
Springfield-Delco 18, Owen J. Roberts 3
Alex Poplawski scored five goals and added three assists while Courtney Kennedy and Maddy Lynch each added three for the Cougars.
Emily Kolsevich led OJR with two goals and an assist.
West Chester East 9, Haverford High 8
Morgan Gallagher scored four goals, including the game-winner with 1:13 left to lift the Vikings to the nonleague win. Julia Falcone added three goals.
Laura Falasco led the Fords with four goals.
Strath Haven 17, Kennett 2
Alex Duckenfield collected six goals and three assists to lead the Panthers.
Garnet Valley 15, Unionville 6
AnneElise Morello collected two goals and six assists while Halley Barnes and Ally Heavens each scored four goals for the Jaguars in their win.
Rachel Hughes and Hannah Haskell each scored two goals for the Indians.
Harriton 19, Friends’ Central 3
Caleigh Foust had five goals and four groundballs and Jess Schwab collected four goals, two assists and three draw cinbtrols while Carli Sukonik had four goals and an assist for the Rams. Ally McLaughlin paced the defense with five caused turnovers five draw controls and five groundballs.
Emma Dahle led FCS with two goals.
Avon Grove 17, Penncrest 9
Brynn Reid collected four goals and two assists to lead the Red Devils to victory.
Haley Altus led Penncrest with three goals.
West Chester East 9, Haverford High 8
Morgan Gallagher had four goals, including the game-winner with 1:13 left, and Julia Falcone added three goals for East.
Villa Maria Academy 12, Villa Joseph Marie 2
Jenna Mertz scored five goals and Elise Bendinelli added three while Cat Layne led the defense as the Hurricanes opened with a victory in the Athletic Association of Catholic Academies.
Merion Mercy 15, Sacred Heart 3
Emily Corcoran had four goals while Bonnie McShane and Julianne D’Orazio each had three goals and two assists for Merion Mercy in the AACA win.
Stephanie Finley scored three for Sacred Heart.
Bishop Shanahan 17, Pottstown 3
Kathryn Skahan collected six goals and five assists and Colleen Holmes added five goals while Hannah Goforth tallied three for the Eagles.
Governor Mifflin 15, Coatesville 6
Rachel McDonald had four goals for the Red Raiders in defeat.
Great Valley 18, Phoenixville 1
Ali Karwoski had five goals and two assists to lead the Patriots.
Spring-Ford 12, Exeter 8
Maddie Ward poured in seven goals and Caitlyn Bercek added a pair to make Amy Short’s head coaching debut at Spring-Ford a successful one in the Rams’ nonleague victory.
Cassidy Novotny had 12 saves in net for the Rams, who also got goals from Brittany Hagan, Kira Dentsler and Savannah Malloy.
Methacton 9, Souderton 6
The Warriors opened their season with a nonleague victory at home behind Sara Watro and Megan Nearing.
Watro had a hat trick and two assists and Nearing found the net four times with a helper for Methacton, which also got tallies from Emily Kellett (2 assists) and Abby Devlin (2 assists). Rikki Moore had a strong game in net with nine saves to key the Warriors defense.
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