Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/7/11
Caitlin McCartney scored the game-winner to give visiting Archbishop Wood a 10-9 double overtime victory over Mount St. Joseph today in non-league girls’ lacrosse.
McCartney finished with three goals and two assists and Alyssa Andress scored three goals while Nichole Hayes added a pair for Wood.
Mount St. Joseph sent it into overtime when Stevie Wells (two goals, one assist, three caused turnovers) made a steal and set up Olivia Gannon (four goals) for the tying tally with 20 seconds in regulation.
Wood controlled the ball in the overtime, but Magic goalie Alex Lisata made three of her 14 saves to keep it tied until McCartney had the game-winner with 1:30 left in the second OT.
Maddie Haas added two goals for the Mount.
Penn Charter 19, Germantown Academy 10
Blaine Steinberg (one assist) and Kate Higgins each scored five goals as the Quakers earned the Inter-Ac League win.
Brooke Kiley led GA with three goals.
Episcopal Academy 17, Springside School 2
Taylor Trimble had four goals and an assist and Brigit Knaus scored three goals to lead EA to the Inter-Ac win.
Ellie Stout scored both goals for Springside.
Notre Dame Academy 21, Baldwin 10
Carlianne McCabe (two assists) and Nora McCallion (one assist) each pumped in six goals to lead the Irish to the Inter-Ac win.
Sloan Warren had four goals and an assist for the Bears.
Jenkintown 14, Little Flower Catholic 6
Emma Dillon poured in eight goals and Jess Brogan made eight saves to lead the Drakes to the non-league win.
Agnes Irwin 19, Hill School 16
Chloe Chou (two assists), Lauren Willcox (two groundballs), Campbell Crochiere (five draw controls, four groundballs) and Eliza Moran (five draw controls, five groundballs) all tallied four goals for the Owls in the non-league win.
Cheltenham 13, Plymouth Whitemarsh 2
Madison Brunk collected six goals, three assists and eight draw controls to pace the Panthers to the Suburban One American victory.
Hannah Heritage tallied both PW goals.
Bishop Shanahan 10, Unionville 9
Catherine Skahan had three goals and three assists to lead the Eagles (6-3, 8-5) to the Ches-Mont game that was halted due to lightning with 29 seconds remaining,
Hannah Haskell led the Indians with four goals.
Avon Grove 16, Downingtown West 6
Kasey Callaway collected four goals and five assists in a Ches-Mont game called with 4:53 left due to lightning.
Brynn Reid contributed three goals and Hanna Fenstermacher had three goals, including the 100th of her career.
Eva Winarski paced the Whippets with a pair of goals.
Phoenixville 15, Pottstown 8
Casey Luzins ripped in eight goals as the Phantoms won the Frontier Division of the PAC-10 with an 8-5 record.
Phoenixville will face the No. 2 seed from the Liberty Division, Methacton, in the second game of the Final Four tournament Tuesday night at Owen J. Roberts. In the opener Tuesday, seven-time defending PAC-10 champion Boyertown, the Liberty Division champ, will meet Upper Perk – which qualified as the No. 2 seed from the Frontier by virtue of a tiebreaker.
Pottstown, which got four goals from Milan White, finished in a second-place tie in the Frontier with Upper Perk at 7-6, but was left on the outside looking in as the Tribe qualified by virtue of their season split with Phoenixville. Pottstown lost both of its game with the Frontier Division champs.
Shannan McErlean chipped in with three goals and two assists for the Phantoms, who got 11 saves in net from Karen Hayde. Other key contributors to the Phoenixville defense were Sam Trafford, Sara Gilbert, Bailey Stover, Mary Newman and Sarah Lombardi.
Spring-Ford 11, Perkiomen Valley 3
Maddie Ward cashed five goals and two assists and Kira Gensler added a hat trick to lead the Rams (9-4, 11-6) over the Vikings (4-8, 6-10).
Interboro 11, Penn Wood 2
Kimberly Johnston, Brianna Golden and Alison Killian all scored twice and Breezie Latham made nine saves to lead the Bucs (2-9, 2-0 Del Val) past the Patriots in a Del Val League contest.