Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/29/11
Ali Karwoski had five goals and an assist and Emily Scullin contributed four goals and an assist to help spark Great Valley to a 15-9 victory Tuesday over Boyertown in non-league girls lacrosse.
Sara McBride added three goals and an assist for the Patriots (2-0) and Kelly Furman led the Bears (0-2) with two goals.
Strath Haven 12, Bishop Shanahan 6
Alex Duckenfield collected six goals and three assists to lift the Panthers (2-0) past the Eagles.
Colleen Holmes led Shanahan (1-1) with three goals.
Downingtown East 17, Abington 4
Nicole Barretta had five goals and an assist and Ashley Poli added three goals and an assist to lead the Cougars in their opener.
Carli Fitzgerald scored a pair of goals while Meredith Cox and Kelsy Fitzgerald added single goals for the Ghosts.
Garnet Valley 21, Kennett 11
Halley Barnes: collected six goals and three assists and AnneElise Morello had five goals and four assists to lead the Jaguars.
Hatboro-Horsham 15, Central Bucks South 9
Cortnee Daley and Nicole Beck both had four goals and one assist to lead the Hatters. Julie McKay and Caroline Hagan each added two goals and three assists while Lizzy Carr had two goals and one assist and Rachel Rauza had two goals. Katy McKay added a single goal to close out the scoring.
Carr also had a big day defensively, creating six unforced turnovers.
Maddie Dibrino led the Titans with three goals and one assist while Mackenzie Harding added two goals and one assist. Kayla Kenney, Kelly Hamilton and Casey Haegele each contributed a goal and an assist while Taylor Michener added a single goal.
Titan goalie Leslie Searles was credited with 11 saves while Hatboro’s Jackie Giovinazzo had 10 saves.
Upper Merion 15, Norristown 6
Casey Griffith led the Vikings with three goals and three assists while Melanie Ryan and Amanda McAteer both contributed three goals and two assists. Liz Botto added the hat trip, and Haley Fitzgerald, Brooke Dubin and Jackie Schauble each scored single goals.
The Eagles were led by the three-goal effort of Beverly Pate while Taylor Werkiser scored a pair of goals and Charmaze Banks added a single goal.
Upper Merion goalkeeper Aly Frymoyer had 10 saves while Norristown’s Ignas had four saves.
North Penn 17, Central Bucks East 7
Macie Hauck contributed six goals and one assist while Brenda McDermott added five goals to lead the Maidens to the big win in the Continental Conference opener for both schools. McDermott also had five draw controls.
Rachel Shaw also had a big day, contributing four goals, three assists and three draw controls. Garrie Grenfell added a pair of goals while Maddy Humphrey and Carly Ball each had an assist.
For the Patriots, Jamie Burns led the way with three goals while Lauren Wick added a pair. Carolyn Remmey (one assist) and Carrie Gillen each added single goals.
North Penn goalie Jenna Stover turned away 12 shots while East’s Madi Steuber had five saves.
Neshaminy 9, George School 6
The Redskins were winners in their first game of the season. Caitlin Carrezol la led a balanced attack with three goals while Alicia Sabatini and Brittany Sheenan each added a pair of goals. Lindsay Blum and Kimber Kisselback both added single goals.
In goal, Francis Gentry turned away nine shots for the Redskins while her counterpart – Carly Rodgers – was credited with eight saves.
Souderton 11, Central Bucks West 7
Senior Kirstin Russell scored four goals to lead the Indians while teammate Danielle Notvest contributed the hat trick. Junior Liz Mower and sophomore Alyssa Ziegler both chipped in with a pair of goals. Mower also had an assist.
For the Bucks, Elena Romesburg led the attack with three goals while Jane Savard, Tara Shugars, Steph Cooper and Amanda Parker each added single goals. Jess Circuit had an assist.
In goal, West’s Sammy Hogan turned away nine shots while Souderton’s Bergey had 10 saves.
Wissahickon 12, Plymouth Whitemarsh 1
Laura Frankenfield turned in a huge performance for the Trojans, scoring a game-high five goals and contributing an assist. She also had a team-high six ground balls.
Zoe Gomez contributed the hat trick while Taylor Myers added a pair of goals. Emily Croke and Carly Weist each added single goals. Alex Schaefer had one assist.
PW’s lone goal was scored by Molly Getzfread.
In goal, Wissahickon’s Jessica Scannapieco had six saves while PW’s Jordan Dunacusky turned away six shots.
Upper Dublin 12, Cheltenham 1
Brooke Callahan and Kelly Cross each scored three goals. Callahan also had a pair of assists while Cross – who returned to the lineup after being sidelined with a pulled hamstring – added one assist. Kaley Weinstein, Michele DeVincent and Taylor D’Ginto both chipped in with two goals and one assist while Emily Hitchings (one assist), Megan Rock and Rachel DiFrangia each had single goals.
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