From Staff Reports &
Meghan McGillis had five goals and Taylor Lawlor added three goals and an assist to lead visiting Conestoga to a 12-6 non-league win over Upper Dublin Monday in girls’ lacrosse action.
The Pioneers improved to 10-5, while the Suburban One American Conference champion Cards fell to 13-3.
Kelly Cross led the Cards with three goals and two assists.
Wissahickon 22, Central Bucks West 9
Laura Frankenfield erupted for 10 goals and three assists while Zoe Gomez added five goals and two assists to lead the Trojans to the non-league win.
Notre Dame Academy 16, Springside School 4
Delaney Tuite fired in six goals for the Irish in the Inter-Ac League win.
Barrack HA 20, Del-Val Friends 13
Dani Levin ripped in nine goals and Tamar Parmet added five to pace Barrack to the Tri-County League win.
Merion Mercy Academy 16, Mt. St. Joseph Academy 5
Madison Connor scored four goals while Olivia Nostrant, Julianne D’Orazio and Monica O’Hara each had three goals to lead Merion Mercy to the Athletic Association of Catholic Academies victory, clinching second place in the regular season.
Sarah Hospodar dominated the draw controls for the Bears, who host the Magic today in the semifinals. Top-seeded Villa Maria Academy hosts Sacred Heart in the other semifinal today.
Olivia Gannon had three goals and two assists for the Mount.
Garnet Valley 19, Lower Merion 3
Halley Barnes had four goals and an assist while Ally Heavens and AnnaElise Morello each added three goals and four assists for the Jaguars, who improved to 8-2 in the Central League.
Central Bucks East 19, Jenkintown 8
Jamie Burns collected six goals and two assists and Sam Axenrown had four goals and one assist to lead the Patriots to the nopn-league win.
Emma Dillon led the Drakes with three goals and Haley Smith added two goals and an assist.
Plymouth Whitemarsh 9, Upper Merion 7
For the second time in less than a week, the Colonials – who led 6-4 at the half – downed their neighboring rivals.
Molly Getzfread led PW with four goals and one assist, and Hannah Heritage added a pair of goals. Contributing single goals were Kayla Wisniewski, Sarah Naylor and Meg McCullough.
Leading the way for the Vikings was Amanda McAteer with three goals and one assist. Casey Griffith added a pair of goals while Mel Ryan (one assist) and Liz Botto both contributed single goals.
The Colonials evened their SOL record to 5-5 (5-8 overall) while the Vikings fell to 4-6 in the league (9-6 overall).
Hatboro-Horsham 17, Springfield (Montco) 8
Lizzy Carr (one assist) and Courtnee Daley both scored five goals to lead the Hatters, who opened up an 8-4 halftime lead. Nicole Beck contributed three goals and three assists, and Julie McKay also had three goals. Katie McKay added one goal, and Courtnee Hagan contributed an assist and also was credited with six ground balls. Jackie Giovinazzo had eight saves in goal for Hatboro.
The Hatters upped their overall record to 13-2.
Pennsbury 18, Neshaminy 2
Seniors Liz Cowley and Taylor Hickman both scored five goals. Hickman also had two assists in a game the Falcons controlled. Kelsy Gumbert contributed two goals and three assists, and Joy Hopkins added two goals and one assist for the Falcons. Dana Reilley added one goal and two assists while Katie Fields, Jackie Sweeney and Becca Radzinski each contributed one goal. Elle Fagan had one assist.
For the Redskins, Brittany Sheenan and Caitlin Carrezola both had one goal.
Lianna Eyre was credited with six saves in goal for the Falcons. Redskin goalie Casey Rosseljong also was credited with six saves.
The Falcons upped their record to 4-3 in league play (11-5 overall) while the Redskins fell to 0-8 in the league (4-13 overall).
Council Rock North 18, Souderton 12
Hannah Plappert had another big day for the Indians, contributing five goals and six assists. Kara Magley added four goals and three assists while Lindsay Rheiner contributed four goals and one assist.
Senior Becky Ely added the hat trick. If you’re counting, Rock North’s ‘big four’ accounted for 16 goals and 10 assists and were pretty much unstoppable. Jackie Strange added a pair of goals, and Natalie Maher had an assist to close out the scoring for Rock North.
Souderton, meanwhile, was led by the four-goal effort of senior Danielle Notvest. Junior Liz Mower added three goals and two assists, and Tori Bulgier added two goals. Kirstin Russell had one goal and two assists, and Carley Kendall contributed one goal and one assist. Gabby McAndrews added a single goal, and Melinda Wojt had one assist.
Rock North held a 28-19 advantage in shots, and Taylor Beck was credited with seven saves in goal for the Indians.
As a result of the win, Rock North improved to 12-2 on the season while the Indians saw their record fall to 12-5.