Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/21/11
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Hannah Heritage scored four goals and added four draw controls to help host Plymouth Whitemarsh earn a 15-2 victory Wednesday over Upper Moreland in Suburban One American Conference girls’ lacrosse.
Jenna Kalman and Charlotte Cornog each scored three goals for the Colonials (2-5, 2-3) while Mollie Getzfread had a strong all-around game, with a goal, two assists and four groundballs. Dani Rosenberg, Sarah Naylor, Sami Heller and Meg Messmer all had a goal for PW.
Nikol Grandinetti and Maddie Mauro each scored for the Golden Bears while Alexa Schuck contributed an assist. Emma Joyce turned away seven shots for the Golden Bears, and PW’s Jordan Dunacusky had five saves.
Central Bucks South 18, Central Bucks West 9
Kelly Hamilton continued her torrid offensive production, scoring seven goals and handing out three assists. Teammate Casey Haegele added four goals and two assists while Maddie Dibrino contributed the hat trick and two assists. Devon Dietzel had two goals and one assist, and Taylor Michener and Kristen Lawlor both added one goal and one assist. Brynn Dietzel had one assist.
Elena Romesburg led the Bucks with five goals. Tara Shugars added three goals and Jane Savard had one goal.
South goalie Leslie Searles turned away 14 shots in a contest that saw the Titans hold a 34-23 advantage in shots.
The Titans improved to 5-4 in league play (8-5 overall).
Hatboro-Horsham 21, Central Bucks East 13
Lizzy Carr had another huge game for the Hatters, scoring a game-high seven goals. Teammates Nicole Beck and Courtnee Daley both had a hand in 11 goals with Beck scoring six goals and handing out five assists while Daley had five goals and six assists.
Caroline Hagan added two goals and one assist, and Rachel Rausa had one goal. Julie McKay had two assists.
In goal for the Hatters, who led 9-4 at halftime, Jackie Giovinazzo had nine saves.
Abington 10, Pennsbury 2
The Ghosts rebounded from their loss to Council Rock North on Monday to earn the convincing win and maintain their stronghold on second place in the conference standings.
Molly Seefried led the way with four goals while teammate Carli Fitzgerald scored a pair and assisted on four others. Hannah Sjoholm added two goals, and Elisa Macall and Meredith Cox each scored one goal. Cox also had five draw controls.
Taylor Hickman scored both goals for the Falcons.
Abington goalie Emily Towey turned away six of eight shots in the game.
Council Rock North 14, Council Rock South 3
Lindsay Rheiner and Kara Magley once again were unstoppable as both contributed five goals and two assists. Kara Le added two goals, and Erica Green and Jackie Strange (one assist) both added single goals.
Leann Hurley scored a pair of goals to lead the Golden Hawks while Gabi Rosenfield scored one goal. Alanna Cochrane contributed an assist.
The Indians held a lopsided 38-6 advantage in shots, and only the glittering 25-save effort of Rock South goalie Taylor Hurwitz kept the score from being even more one-sided. Taylor Beck turned away three shots for the Indians.
Souderton 18, Pennridge 4
Kirstin Russell and Danielle Notvest each netted four goals and Liz Mower added three goals for the Indians, who improved to 9-3 with their sixth win in the last seven games..
Upper Dublin 14, Ridley 10
Kelly Cross had a hand in 10 of Upper Dublin’s 14 goals, scoring four goals and assisting on six others. Teammate Emily Hitchings had two goals and three assists, and Brooke Callahan contributed the hat trick. Anna Trentini had two goals, and Kaley Weinstein, Megan Rock and Taylor D’Ginto each added one goal for the Flying Cardinals, who led 6-5 at the half.
Upper Dublin goalie Anna Lauer turned away eight shots, and Ridley goalie Meghan Pitts had 10 saves.
Lacie Doubet led Ridley with six goals.