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Friday’s girls’ HS roundup

Friday, 22nd March 2013

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/22/13

Taylor D’Ginto had six goals and an assist and Julie Cross collected three goals and three assists as visiting Upper Dublin conquered Abington, 11-10, tonight in a non-league girls’ lacrosse opener.

Sarah Gallagher made 11 saves for the Cards.

Meredith Cox had six goals for Abington.

Villa Maria Academy 21, St. Basil’s 4

Amelia Iacobucci scored five goals and Megan Parsons added three goals and an assist to lead Villa Maria to the Catholic Academies League win.

Ashley Stefanowicz had three goals for St. Basil’s

Garrison Forest (MD) 9, Episcopal Academy 8

MC Curran led EA with four goals.

Great Valley 19, Pottstown 3

Emily Scullin had five goals and two assists to pace Great Valley.

Methacton 10, Bayard Rustin 7

Alexa Maloney had three goals and assist and Megan Gehret tallied three goals to lead Methacton to the victory.

Germantown Friends 21, Wilmington Friends 9

Annie Tyson collected six goals and five assists and Claire Schmidt and Grayson Melby had four goals and an assist for Germantown Friends.

Lucy Yeatman had three goals and two assist for Wilmington Friends.

Upper Moreland 20, Lower Moreland 3

Delaney Smith fired in six goals to lead Upper Moreland.

Harriton 11, Springfield-Montco 6

Katie Melvin had five goals and an assist to lead Harriton.

Plymouth Whitemarsh 10, Neshaminy 9

PW scorers:

Monica Dresnin had three goals and two assist for PW.

Merion Mercy Academy 18, Nazareth Academy 0

Six MerionMercy players scored two goals to key the Catholic Academies win.

West Chester East 15, Haverford High 12

Cassidy Luiden fired in seven goals to spark East.

Amanda Case had four goals and three assists for Haverford.

Garnet Valley 11, Unionville 8

Haley Warden scored four goals to lead the two-time defending state champions.

Finley Sutton led Unionville with two goals and an assist.

St. Hubert 13, Academy of the New Church 6

Jen Robinson fired in six goals for St. Hubert


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