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Thursday’s girls’ roundup: Late Edition

Friday, 15th April 2011

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 4/15/11
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Kelly Hamilton and Maddie Dibrino each had three goals and an assist to lead Central Bucks South to a 10-9 victory Thursday over visiting Council Rock South in a non-league game involving Suburban One League girls’ lacrosse teams.

Taylor Michener added two goals and one assist for the Titans (6-4). Kayla Kenney (one assist) and Kristen Lawlor both contributed one goal, and Casey Haegele had a pair of assists.

Becca Cocco led the Golden Hawks (1-6) with three goals and one assist.

Hatboro-Horsham 21, CB West 6

Nicole Beck had four goals and three assists and Cortnee Daley added three goals and three assists for the Hatters.

Abington 20, Neshaminy 1

Meredith Cox scored a game-high four goals and also contributed an assist while teammates Molly Seefried, Elisa Macall, Carli Fitzgerald and Allison Rooney each added hat tricks.

Fitzgerald also had three assists while Seefried had two. Emma Gross, Steph Hagan, Hannah Sjoholm and Kelsey Fitzgerald each contributed one goal. Hannah Weckel led the Ghosts’ defense with four groundballs.

Brittany Sheenan scored Neshaminy’s lone goal.

Council Rock North 17, Pennsbury 1

Kara Magley collected seven goals and three assists and Lindsay Rheiner had three goals and four assists while Becky Ely added three goals and two assists for the Indians.

Taylor Hickman scored for the Falcons.

North Penn 18, Pennridge 6

Senior Macie Hauck scored seven goals to lead the Maidens. Rachel Shaw added four goals and two assists, and Garrie Grenfell had three goals and one assist. Brenda McDermott scored a pair and Maddy Humphrey had one goal and two assists.

Emilie Ikeda sparked the defense with six groundballs. Goalie Jenna Stover had seven saves while Lauren Smith turned away one shot for the Maidens, who held a 26-14 advantage in shots.

Coach Jamie Wilus credited the standout defensive effort of senior Maddison Colby, who was credited with five groundballs.

Plymouth Whitemarsh 18, Norristown 5

The Colonials received five goals and three assists from Meghan McCollough. Sarah Naylor and Kayla Wisniewski each contributed the hat trick while Michelle Sturm, Mollie Getzfread and Hannah Heritage each added two goals. Getzfread also had three assists while Heritage had one assist. Charlotte Cornog chipped in with one goal and one assist.

Beverly Pete scored four goals to lead the Eagles while Precious Evans had one goal.

Spring-Ford 18, Phoenixville 8

Kira Gensler and Maddie Dishman poured in three goals apiece for the Rams (4-2 league, 5-3 overall), who also got points from Brianna Barone (2 goals), Anna Charlebois (2 goals, assist) and Danielle Rheume (goal, 2 assists).
Leading the Phantoms (3-2 PAC-10, 3-4) with four goals was Marlee Farbstein, with Britney Rohall finding the back of the net twice.

Mount St. Joseph 18, Gwynedd Mercy Academy 1

Olivia Gannon had five goals and Stevie Wells added four while Laura Pacheco contributed three goals and five assists for the Mount in the Catholic Academies win.

Villa Maria Academy 17, Nazareth Academy 6

Jenna Mertz fired in eight goals and added two assists to lead the Huriacnes to the Catholic Academies win.

Erin Kelly added three goals and Elise Bendinelli had two goals and one assist.

Notre Dame Academy 18, Agnes Irwin 5

Delaney Tuite scored five goals and Kristen Bandos had three goals and two assists while Bree Buysse had three goals and an assist and Carlianne McCabe contributed two goals and six assists for the Irish.

Campbell Crochiere scored three goals for Agnes Irwin.

Westtown 13, George School 8

Finley Sutton led Westtown with five goals and Julie Necarsulme added three in the Friends School League win.

Kate Harkin had three goals and Lucy Shapiro added a pair for George School.

Springfield-Montco 14, Pottstown 9

Julie Cardamone poured in five goals and Anna Studenmund had two goals and an assist while Jess Adams scored twice for the Spartans in the non-league win.

Milan White had six goals for the Trojans.

Germantown Academy 15, Springside 10

Brooke Kiley pumped in eight goals to pace the Patriots to the Inter-Ac League win.

Libbie Maine had three goals for Springside and Kitty Morrissey added a pair.


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