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Friday’s HS roundup: Shipley boys open with victory; Germantown Friends, Shipley girls triumph

Friday, 16th March 2012

Categories Boy's/Men's, Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/16/12
Staff Report

Andrew Wofford pumped in six goals and Mac Gallagher added three goals and four assists while playing strong at the face-off X as host Shipley School opened its season today by toppling Wyoming Seminary, 16-9, at the Farm Fields.

Mike Litner added three goals and three assists for the Gators.

Shipley 16, Wyoming Seminary 9

Andrew Wofford 6G
Mac Gallagher 3G, 4A
Mike Litner 3G, 3A
Mattock Callahan 2G
Corey Rayfield 1G, 1A
Maz Obuz 1G
James Lee 2A

Ian McGibbon 9 saves

Girls
Germantown Friends 15, Baldwin School 12

GFS rallied from an 8-4 first-half deficit and used strong passing and a big game from Iris Williamson to win the season’s girls’ opener.

Iris Williamson collected five goals, five groundballs and four draw controls to lead the way while Isabella DiDio added three goals, two draw controls and one groundball.

Germantown Friends
Eve Maxson- 1 goal
Hannah Drake- 1 goal
Anna Bezhaler- 1 goal
Annie Morrissey- 2 goals, 2 DC, 2 GB, 2 CTO
Caroline Myran- 2 goals, 1 assist, 1 DC
Isabella DiDio- 3 goals, 2 DC, 1 GB
Iris Williamson- 5 goals, 5 GB, 4 DC
Sophie Mercuris- 3 DC, 4 GB
Lauren Shinn- 8 saves, Dana Schulman- 3 saves

Baldwin:
Ali Thaler: 8 goals, 5 draw control
Laura Pansini: 2 goals
Chessy Nicoletti: 1 goal
Ive Ibrahim Gonzalez: 1 goal / 1 assist
Arden Simone: 2 assists, 6 forced turnovers, 4 draw control

Shipley School 18, Wyoming Seminary 6

Leading the way for the Gators was junior Sophie Katz with four goals and four assists, followed closely by senior Avery Safford with three goals and two assists.

Senior Sophie Cummins and freshman Rachel Shapiro each added three goals and one assists. Senior Katie Leyden tallied three goals, while junior Carlie Ladda and senior Caroline Anapol each added one to round out the scoring.

Shipley goalies sophomore Madison Bailey and freshman Alli Kothari each turned away two shots in the win.

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