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Monday’s girls’ roundup: Conestoga edges North Penn, 13-12, on McGillis goal

Monday, 11th April 2011

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, posted 4/11/11

Megan McGillis scored five goals, including the game-winner with 1:42 left to lift visiting Conestoga to a 13-12 victory over North Penn today in a non-league battle of Top 10 lacrosse teams.

The Pioneers, ranked No. 5 by Phillylacrosse.com, improved to 5-0, while the No. 10 Maidens fell to 7-1.

Britta Hjelm had four goals and three assists for the Pioneers while Catie Smith had three goals. Goalie Sarah Priem had 17 saves.

“The girls came out strong with a great first half,” said Conestoga coach Amy Orcutt. “Coming back in the second half, North Penn gained control of the first six draws.

“After our time out, the girls settled down, started regaining control of the draws and going head to head with North Penn into the final minutes of the game. North Penn is a very good team and it was a great game played by both teams”

For North Penn, which trailed, 9-5, at halftime, Brenda McDermott scored five goals and Rachel Shaw added three goals and one assist while Macie Hauck had two goals and one assist.

Archbishop Wood 19, Archbishop Ryan 0

Caitlin McCartney had five goals and an assist while Alyssa Andress had two goals and one assist and Nicole Duca scored twice for the Vikings in the Catholic League.

Souderton 18, Central Rock South 8

Carly Kendall had four goals and one assist, Kirstin Russell had three goals and two assists and Alyssa Ziegler scored three goals to lead the Indians to the non-league win.

Leanne Hurley scored twice for CR South.

Boyertown 19, Pottsgrove 1

Rachel Engler scored four goals and Kelly Furman added three to pace the Bears to the PAC-10 victory.

Barrack HA 16, Kimberton 9

Tamar Parmet and Caroline Batoff notched five goals apiece and Dani Levin added four while Gracie Gottlieb made 14 saves for Barrack in the Tri-County League win.

Methacton 14, Phoenixville 7

Megan Nearing had four goals and three assists and Abby Devlin had four goals and two assists to lead the Warriors to the PAC-10 victory.

Pottstown 15, Perkiomen Valley 14, (OT)

Milan White pumped in 10 goals and Danae Perrymond scored her second to win it in overtime for the Trojans in the PAC-10 win. Pottstown rallied from a 14-10 deficit as White scored three in the final 3:34.

Grace Malizia led PV with five goals.

Sacred Heart 12, Shipley 8

Stephanie Finley poured in six goals and added three assists and Eileen Dombrowski had three goals and three assists to lead sacred Heart to the non-league victory.

Avery Safford, Kelley Hardon, Teddy Chase and Sophie Cummins each scored twice for the Gators.

Jenkintown 15, New Hope-Solebury 2

Haley Smith collected three goals and three assists and Aury Krebs added three goals for the Drakes in the Bicentennial Athletic League win. Mary Satterthwaite also had two goals and three assists and Emma Dillon had two goals and two assists.

Nazareth 13, Central Catholic 1

Kaitlynn Wiltraut had six goals and two assists and Rachel Repash contributed five goals and two assists for Nazareth in the Lehigh Valley Conference rout.

Pennsbury 15, Conwell Egan 1

Kelsy Gumbert scored four goals while teammate Elle Fagan added the hat trick to lead the Falcons. Becca Radzinski and Liz Cowley both contributed a pair of goals, and Taylor Hickman, Dana Reilley and Joy Hopkins each had one goal.

Pennsbury goalie Liana Eyre turned away eight shots while Egan’s Makenzie McNulty turned away 13 shots.

Neshaminy 15, Little Flower 10

Caitlin Carrezola pumped in seven goals and Kimber Kisselback added three to lead the Falcons to the non-league victory,

Spring-Ford 15, Upper Perkiomen 6

Maddie Ward collected six points with a hat trick and three assists as the Rams climbed above the .500 mark in the PAC-10 (3-2) and overall (4-3).

Owen J. Roberts 22, Pope John Paul II 6

Devin Hassinger scored eight goals to spark the Wildcats to the PAC-10 win.

The Wildcats bolted out to an 11-3 lead by intermission and never looked back behind Hassinger and Devan Davis (four goals). Other key offensive contributors for OJR were Madison Bedell (hat trick) and the trio of Emily Kolsevich, Allie Campbell and Kelsey Dielman with two goals apiece.

Leading PJP with two goals each were Geena Beveour and Lex Versak.

SuburbanOneSports.com and Pac-10sports.com contributed to this article

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