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Saturday’s girls’ HS highlights: Radnor splits, Carroll takes on the best at elite tourney in Virginia

Sunday, 7th April 2013

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/7/13

Radnor and Archbishop Carroll met stiff competition Saturday at the 22nd St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (VA) Spring Fling, traditionally a collection of elite girls’ lacrosse teams.

The competition was again fierce as Radnor suffered a heartbreaking 9-8 loss to powerful Georgetown Visitation (DC) and then defeated New Jersey’s Rumson Fair-Haven, 13-7.

Carroll had the task of playing St. Stephen’s, ranked No. 2 in every national poll behind only mighty McDonogh. The Patriots fell to SSSA 18-6 and also dropped a 12-6 decision to nationally-ranked Milton (GA).

Radnor (4-1) had rallied from a 5-1 deficit to Georgetown Visitation (9-0) and tied the game, 6-6, at halftime. Taylor Quinn led the Red Raiders with four goals three caused turnovers, two groundballs and two draw controls. Shannon Quinn added three goals, two assists, three groundballs and two draw controls.

In the win over Rumson Fair-Haven, Sara Curley led the Red Raiders with three goals and an assist and Hannah Proctor, Shannon Quinn and Sydney Cowles each scored twice.

Carroll (2-3) got three goals and an assist from Taryn Deck and two goals and two assists from Margaret Filippelli in the loss to Milton (8-3). The highlight was a 13-save effort from junior goalie Sophia Cuzzupe.

In the loss to St. Stephens (11-0), Deck had three goals and Natalie Schmitt added two goals and an assist.

Moorestown 15, Cherry Creek (CO) 4

Marie McCool had six goals and an assist as the Quakers toppled the Bruins (4-1).

Garnet Valley 15, WC East 10

Julia McGrath contributed three goals and two assists and Erica Coyne had three goals and an assist to lead the Jaguars (3-2) to the non-league win.

Strath Haven 10, Manheim Township 7

Kirsten Wilhelmsen had two goals and two assists and Morgan Glassford scored three times to lift the Panthers (4-1).

Manheim is 4-2, having suffered a 13-12 overtime loss to Penn Manor on Monday – its first Lancaster-Lebanon League loss since 2009.

Episcopal Academy 14, Downingtown East 11

MC Curran had four goals and two assists, Lynda Michaels added two goals and three assists and Kristen Hinckley scored three times for EA (2-2).

Nicole Barrett had five goals and an assist for the Cougars.

Boyertown 16, Upper Dublin 7

Haley Wentzel had five goals and an assist and Emma Morgan added four goals and two assists for the Bears (5-0).

Julie Cross led the Cards with two goals and an assist.

Great Valley 14, Hatboro-Horsham 5

Brittany Edwards poured in six goals and Emily Scullin added four goals and an assist for the Patriots (4-0).

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