Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/28/11
Caitlin McCartney had six goals and two assists while Alyssa Andress and Nichole Hayes scored three goals apiece Wednesday as host Archbishop Wood defeated St. Hubert, 15-5, in a Catholic League girls’ lacrosse game.
Nicole Ahrens added two goals and an assist for the Vikings (6-2, 4-1), who are in second place.
Archbishop Carroll 19, Conwell-Egan 0
The top-ranked Patriots improved to 10-1 overall and 6-0 in the Catholic League with the shutout win.
Strath Haven 21, Upper Darby 3
Alex Duckenfield had three goals and two assists and Summer O’Donnell added three goals and an assist to pace the Panthers to the Central League rout.
Kelsey Carr paced the Royals with all three goals.
Merion Mercy 19, Gwynedd-Mercy Academy 3
Emily Corcoran had six goals and three assists and Madison Connor added four goals and three assists to lead the Bears in the Catholic Academies win.
Sacred Heart 23, Nazareth 13
Stephanie Finley collected eight goals and five assists and Eileen Dombrowski added five goals and two assists while Claire Fitzpatrick had four goals and five assists for Sacred Hearts in the Catholic Academies win.
Laura Pharo and Lindsay Fluehr each scored six goals for Nazareth.
Mount St. Joseph 18, Pottstown 7
Laura Pacheco (two assists), Emilee Ehret (one assist), and Olivia Gannon (one assist) each scored four goals to pace the Mount to the easy non-league win.
Milan White led the Trojans with five goals and Morgan Wambold had 17 saves.
Upper Perkiomen 18, Pottsgrove 8
Upper Perk used five goals and two assists from Kayla Smith to throttle Pottsgrove and tighten its grip on the Pioneer Athletic Conference Frontier Division lead.
Cassidy Arner added three goals and two assists for the Tribe, who improved to 6-4 in the PAC-10, 7-5 overall. Pottsgrove (1-9, 2-10) was led by Becca Dolenti with four goals.
Methacton 18, Owen J. Roberts 7
Megan Nearing and Sara Watro combined for nine goals to help the Warriors rebound from a tough loss to Boyertown.
Methacton (8-1 PAC-10 Liberty, 10-2 overall) also got six assists from Emily Kellett and two goals each from Olivia Ost and Abby Devlin.
OJR slipped to 3-7 in the Liberty and 3-10 overall despite a hat trick from Devin Hassinger and one goal and two assists from Emily Kolsevich.
Upper Merion 16, Upper Moreland 5
Casey Griffith had five goals and an assist and Jackie Schauble added four goals and two assists while Mel Ryan had three goals and two assists to lead the Vikings to the Suburban One American Conference victory. Ally Frymoyer added eight saves for Upper Merion.
Lily Sgro led the Bears with a goal and two assists.
Friends Central School 21, Abington Friends 6
Becca Dahle collected seven goals, three assists, three draw controls and two groundballs while Ashley Tedesco added five goals, seven assists and three draw controls to lead FCS to the Friends Schools League victory. Emma Dahle added four goals, six assists, three draw controls and three groundballs for the Phoenix.
George School 11, Lower Moreland 0
Kate Harkins had three goals, two caused turnovers and two groundballs to lead the Cougars to the victory.
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