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Katie Samson girls’ roundup: Friends’ Central edges Henderson; Conestoga tops Carroll

Sunday, 28th April 2013

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, posted 4/28/13

Emma Dahle scored with 20 seconds left in the game, her seventh tally of the day, to lift Friends’ Central to a thrilling 14-13 victory Saturday over Henderson in the 13th annual Katie Samson Lacrosse Festival at Radnor High.

Kate Forrest secured the following draw control and FCS (9-2) ran out the clock to knock off the No. 15-ranked team by Phillylacrosse.com.

Agnes Irwin's Lila Barker shoots on Abington's Kate Margolis during Saturday's 12-10 win by the Owls (Photo by Tim Flatley)

Agnes Irwin’s Lila Barker shoots on Abington’s Kate Margolis during Saturday’s 12-10 win by the Owls (Photo by Tim Flatley)

Aubrey Faggen was a standout in goal for the Phoenix with 14 saves and Jesse Rubin had three goals and an assist while Sophie Macfarlane had two goals and two assists.

Katie O’Donnell had five goals and one assist and Morgan Daugherty added four goals for the Warriors (10-2).

Villa Maria Academy 11, Unionville 10

Megan Parsons scored five goals and Catherine Bendinelli had two goals and three assists as Villa Maria (8-5) edged the Indians.

Annabeth Donovan led Unionville with three goals and two assists while Demming Carlow added two goals.

Conestoga 12, Archbishop Carroll 9

Meghan McGillis pumped in five goals and Catie Smith added a pair while the Pioneer defense forced nine turnovers in the victory.

Taryn Deck and Natalie Schmitt each had four goals for the Patriots.

Baldwin School 16, Hill School 15, OT

Ali Thaler did it all, scoring scored the game-winner and collecting nine goals, an assist, eight draw controls and two groundballs while Arden Simone contributed five goals, two assists, three draw controls, two groundballs, three caused turnovers and two interceptions for Baldwin.

Agnes Irwin 12, Abington 10

Kristin Burnetta had four goals and an assist and while Eliza Moran scored four goals and scooped nine groundballs to lead the Owls.

Meredith Cox and Jeannie Van Buren each scored three goals for the Ghosts.

Haverford High 16, Penn Charter 9

Nikki Harnwell made 19 saves and Mairead Janzer poured in six goals while Amanda Case had four goals and two assists for the Fords (10-4).

Avery Shoemaker led the Quakers with six goals and an assist.

Boyertown 8, Germantown Academy 7

Haley Wentzel had two goals and an assists and Katie Buickwalter made 11 stops to lead the Bears.

Caroline Haynie had two goals and an assist and Hanna Bogorowski two goals for GA.

Garnet Valley 9, Mount St. Joseph 5

Sabrina Fusco had three goals and an assist and Haley Warden and Julia McGrath each had two goals to pace the Jaguars.

Alex Lista led the Mount with 12 saves and Olivia Gannon had a goal and an assist.

Methacton 9, Shipley School 5

Sam Rothman made 13 saves and Alexa Maloney had three goals and an assist to lead the Warriors to the win.

Merion Mercy 14, Upper Dublin 12

Juls D’Orazio collected six goals and two assists and Caroline Corzel had three goals and an assist for the Bears.

Taylor D’Ginto had four goals and three assists and Kayla Mullen four goals for Upper Dublin.

Springside Chestnut Hill Academy 17, Penncrest 16

Kitty Morrissey scored seven goals and Mikaela Watson had five goals, including the game-winner in the final minute for SCHA.

Rachael Dickerson contributed four goals and six assists, Caroline Nichols had six goals and one assist and Lauren Huggins scored five goals for Penncrest.

Radnor 18, Notre Dame 10

Shannon Quinn had three goals and two assists and Sara Curley, Taylor Quinn and Brooke Pancoast added two goals and an assist each to lead the host Red Raiders (9-3).

Katie Schneider, Delaney Tuite, Nora McCallion and Megan McGurk each scored two goals for the Irish.

Strath Haven 13, Episcopal Academy 7

Kathryn Restrepo had five goals to lead the Panthers.

Kristen Hinckley had two goals and an assist and Lindsey Reder posted 10 saves, two caused turnovers and three interceptions for EA.


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