Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/19/11
Courtesy of PAC-10Sports.com
Anna Warrington, Sara Watro and Megan Nearing fired home three goals apiece to lead Methacton to a 15-6 Pioneer Athletic Conference girls lacrosse victory over host Pottstown Monday.
The Warriors, who improved to 6-0 in the PAC-10 Liberty Division and 8-1 overall, also got a pair of goals from Danielle Schanbach.
Pottstown (4-3 Frontier, 4-7 overall) never recovered from an early 9-4 deficit despite three goals by Milan White and Morgan Wambold’s 16 saves.
Owen J. Roberts 10, Upper Perkiomen 6
Devin Hassinger’s hat trick propelled the Wildcats to their third win in eight PAC-10 starts. Emily Kolsevich, Jordyn Shoemaker and Madison Bedell each tallied twice for OJR (3-7 overall).
Upper Perk (4-4, 5-5) got a hat trick from Devon Kriebel and two goals from Cassidy Arner.
Perkiomen Valley 16, Phoenixville 7
Amber Gansz scorched the net for five goals while Grace Malizio and Andrea Behrnato added hat tricks to propel the Vikings (2-5 Liberty, 3-6 overall).
Phoenixville fell to 3-4 in the Frontier and 3-6 overall despite three goals from Marlee Farbstein and two more from Meaghan Fortmann.
Southern Lehigh 15, Pottsgrove 10
Rachelle Mewshaw poured in four goals but it wasn’t enough for the Falcons (2-6 overall) in the non-league setback. Pottsgrove also got multiple-point showings from Becca Dolenti (2 goals, 3 assists) and Jaid Mark (2 goals, 2 assists) and single strikes from Libs Sitko and Cierra Walton.