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Saturday’s girls’ high school roundup: Strath Haven rallies for win; Arch. Carroll takes two in Virginia

Sunday, 10th April 2011

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 4/10/11

Jenna Frost scored four goals, including the game-winner with 1:48 to play as visiting Strath Haven rallied for a 14-13 victory over Merion Mercy Saturday in non-league girls’ lacrosse.

The Panthers (4-3) trailed, 13-10, before scoring the final four goals. They also fell behind, 5-0, early in the first half, and trailed, 10-7, at halftime.

Alex Duckenfield helped fuel the comeback with four goals and an assist while Lexi Mazur and Kirsten Wilhelmsen each scored twice.

Emily Corcoran had a brilliant game for Merion Mercy (3-2), tallying six goals and two assists. Monica O’Hara scored two goals and Bonnie McShane had a goal and three assists.

Archbishop Carroll 11, Episcopal (Va.) 5
Archbishop Carroll 11, Collegiate School (Va.) 5

The Patriots (5-1) rolled to two victories at the 20th Annual Sts. Stephen’s and Agnes Spring Fling in Alexandria, Va.

Carroll downed Episcopal (Va.) as Natalie Schmitt had three goals and an assist, Sam Moore had two goals and two assists and both Sheila Johnson and Rachel Flynn scored twice.

In an 11-5 victory over Collegiate School, Schmitt had four goals and an assist and older sister Hannah Schmitt added three goals and one assist. Johnson scored twice.

Carroll gears now for Monday’s showdown against Radnor at home.

Upper Dublin 10, Boyertown 8

Kelly Cross collected four goals and three assists and Brooke Callahan scored three goals while Anna Lauer made 11 saves as the Cards claimed the non-league win.

Boyertown got two goals and one assist from Kelly Furman and two goals from Rachel Engler.

Harriton 21, West Chester East 10

The undefeated Rams opened a 15-6 halftime and coasted to the non-league win as Carli Sukonik poured in eight goals and Jess Schwab added six goals and three assists whole Caleigh Foust tallied four goals.

Morgan Gallagher had three goals for East and Julia Falcone added a pair.

Unionville 13, Ridley 10

Kristen Newbrough and Victoria Miller each scored three goals and dished out an assist for Unionville in the non-league win.

Kelsey Yori scored four for the Green Raiders and Jenn Levy added three.

Mount St. Joseph 11, Sacred Heart 7

Olivia Gannon scored six goals and Alex Lista made nine saves in goal to spark the Mount to a come-from-behind win in the Catholic Academies.

Sacred Heart, which led, 5-4, at halftime, got four goals and two assists from Stephanie Finley while Eileen Domrbowski had two goals and one assist.

Garnet Valley 20, Avon Grove 3

Ashley Pyle, Natalie Lang, Halley Barnes and Jamie Snyder all had three goals for Garnet Valley.

Great Valley 20, Central Bucks South 7

Ali Karwoski fired in eight goals and added an assist and Sara McBride netted five goals and had an assist for the Pats.

The Great Valley defense got key play from Caroline Dodds, Laura Bigelow, Kim Hooven and Jackie Monica.

Kayla Kenney led CBS with three goals.

Germantown Friends School 16, Hun School 15

GFS came back from a 6-1 deficit as Iris Williamson scored five goals and added an assist, Annie Morrissey had three goals and one assist and Lyles Swift-Farley had two goals and four assists.
Alex Gilliam had 9 saves in goal and defenders Alex Clarke, Sierra Carter Gordon, Isabella DiDio and Sophie Mercuris combined for 6 draw controls and 8 ground balls to spark the midfield transition.

George School 17, Solebury School 5

Ali Sacchi (one assist) and Meredith Allen each scored five goals and Lucy Shapiro added four goals and two assists to spark George School (1-1).

Allen added two caused turnovers, three groundballs and five draw controls while freshman Sacchi added two caused turnovers and three groundballs. Allie duBoulay added three ground balls and two caused turnovers and Myra Jacobs, Julia Um, and Theresa Menna did solid work on defense.

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