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Friday’s boys’, girls’ high school highlights: PC tops EA to clinch Inter-Ac crown for Haverford School; Kiley, Geiger reach milestones

Saturday, 5th May 2012

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/5/12

Tyler Earley and Drew Murray each had three goals and two assists and Jackson Tamasitis made 13 saves as host Penn Charter defeated Episcopal Academy, 12-7, Friday in Inter-Ac league boys’ lacrosse.

The game clinched the outright Inter-Ac championship for Haverford School, which is 6-0. Episcopal Academy (14-4) is in second place at 4-3 with one game left.

Shane Carr added two goals and an assist and Eric Berger scored twice for PC (9-11, 2-6).

Souderton 10, North Penn 9

Trevor Zwaan scored a goal with 3:16 remaining in regulation, breaking a 9-9 tie and propelling the Indians to the dramatic win.
Zwaan and Cameron Trick led the Indians with four goals each. Ridge Schultz had two goals and one assist while Tyler MacDougall had three assists and Remi Reeves was credited with nine saves in goal for the Indians, who improved to 6-5 in the league (8-8 overall).

Abington 8, Neshaminy 6

Shane Dunn scored the game-winner for the Ghosts after the redskins had rallied from a 6-2 deficit to tie it at 6.

For the Ghosts, Ryan Ambler contributed one goal and three assists while Hunter Jones added a pair of goals.

For the Redskins, Matt Magdelinskas led the way with three goals and Connor Bishop added a pair. Neshaminy’s Austin Marshall was credited with 15 saves in goal while Abington’s Travis O’Connor had seven saves.

Girls

Germantown Academy 15, Penn Charter 11

Brooke Kiley poured in seven goals and broke the all time school scoring record with 265 goals for GA (13-4, 6-2 Inter-Ac). The previous record of 264 was held by Colleen Magarity (starred for Northwestern), set in 2007.

Avery Shoemaker had six goals and one assist for PC.

Moorestown 18, Harriton 8

In a battle of two of the top tams in the Phillylacrosse.com rankings, the host and No. 1 Quakers (16-0) were led by eight different scorers, while Nikki McMonagle (four assists), Carly Taglienti (three assists), Steph Toy (two assists) and Sydney Dalmass (one assist) with tallied each. The Quakers controled the draws at 20-7.,

Downingtown East 15, Haverford High 13

Katrina Geiger had nine goals and hit 300 for her career for the Fords in a losing cause.

Brooke Kiley broke the all time school scoring record for goals with 265 goals. The previous record of 264 was held by Colleen Magarity set in 2007.

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  1. Connor says:

    Nice article.

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