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Friday’s girls’ roundup: Episcopal Academy (Inter-Ac), Boyertown (PAC-10) remain undefeated in league play

Saturday, 30th April 2011

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/30/11

Taylor Trimble had five goals and three assists and Blake McHugh added five goals and one assist to lead Episcopal Academy to a 17-2 rout of Agnes Irwin Friday in Inter-Ac League girls’ lacrosse.

EA (7-4 overall) remained perfect in the Inter-Ac with a 5-0 mark.

Campbell Crochiere had both Agnes Irwin goals.

Notre Dame 21, Germantown Academy 7

Emily Faught and Bree Buysee each fired in four goals to lead the Irish to the Inter-Ac win.

Brooke Kiley had five goals for GA.

Boyertown 21, Perkiomen Valley 8

Rachel Engler had five goals and an assist while Amanda Smith and Kelly Furman each added four goals and an assist as the Bears (10-0, 10-4) remained undefeated in the PAC-10.

Alexa Webb led PV with three goals.

Pottstown 19, Pottsgrove 12

Milan White fired in sevcen goals while Kelsey Shumaker had four goals and two assists and Sidney Sanford added four goals for the Trojans in the PAC-10 win.

Becca Dolenti led the Falcons with four goals.

Hatboro-Horsham 20, Wissahickon 9

Cortnee Daley collected five goals and three assists while Julie McKay had four goals and an assist to pace the Hatters to the Suburban One American Conference win.

Unionville 21, Coatesville 2

Kelly Close scored three goals and added two assists for the Indians in the Ches-Mont win.

Annabeth Donovan and Kristen Newbrough each added three goals. Becca Fieles played a strong game at midfield.

Henderson 23, Sun Valley 2

Katelyn Fay pumped in eight goals to help the Warriors cruise in the Ches-Mont.

Jenkintown 16, Delaware County Christian 9

Emma Dillon collected eight goals and an assist to pace the Drakes to the Bicentennial League win.

Emily Castle scored three goals for Delco Christian.

Academy of the New Church 10, George School 7

Stacey Cronland had three goals and an assist and Kendra Kohl tallied three goals while Brittany Watson made 13 saves to lead ANC to the Friends Schools League win.

Alyssa Carcia led George School with two goals, two caused turnovers, four groundballs and one draw control while Kate Harkins added two goals, two caused turnovers and one groundball.

Shipley 15, Hill School 14

The Gators earned a non-league win as Avery Safford collected five goals, three assists, six caused turnovers, and five draw controls. Helping her on attack were juniors Sophie Cummins (4g, 1a), Teddy Chase (1g, 1a, 3 caused turnovers, 3 draw controls) and Katie Leyden (1a, 3 draw controls), senior Kelley Hardon (3g, 4 draw controls), and sophomore Sophie Katz (2g, 1a).

The defense of juniors Alayna Harris, Lauren Scutt, and Elizabeth Wilcox, seniors Marcela Heywood and Ellie Andersen, as well as Katz, Safford, Leyden and Chase was strong in front of Madison Bailey (8 saves).

Avon Grove 21, Lower Merion 4

Casey Callaway had four goals and eight assists to lead the Red Devils to the non-league win.

Cardinal O’Hara 14, Neshaminy 8

Rachel Dickerson led the Lions with five goals in the non-league win.

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