Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/16/15
Sophie Macfarlane collected four goals, an assist, five groundballs, two draw controls and two caused turnovers to lead Friends’ Central to a 9-7 victory Wednesday over visiting Lawrenceville School (N.J.) in non-league lacrosse.
Friends’ Central improved to 6-3 and dealt the Big Red their first loss of the year.
Methacton 18, Pottstown 3
Sara Hughes had three goals and two assists to lead Methacton.
Boyertown 15, Phoenixville 6
Hannah Jaskuta scored four goals to pace Boyertown.
Zoe Bullotta had two goals for the Phantoms.
Germantown Academy 10, Hill School 9
Betsy Prezioso had five goals and an assist to lead GA.
Bree Gorman scored four goals for Hill.
Upper Merion 18, Cardinal O’Hara 6
Julia Reinert had five goals, an assist and an interception for the Vikings.
Spring-Ford 13, Pope John Paul II 5
Courtney Veisbergs scored four goals for the Rams.
Henderson 18, Sun Valley 7
Kara Reichert and Hayley DeAgostine each had four goals and an assist to lead the Warriors.
Carson Adelberger had four goals and two assists for Sun Valley.
Pennridge 10, Upper Perkiomen 8
Jess Czasar had three goals and an assist to lead the Rams.
Aubrey Wilcox had five goals and an assist to lead Upper Perk.
Clearview 16, Cherry Hill East 8
Ali Donohue led Clearview with three goals and three assists.
Kelsey Gorman had two goals and an assist for CH East.
Central Bucks West 18, Council Rock North 10
Bryn Boylan led the Bucks with four goals and three assists.
Perkiomen Valley 16, Pottsgrove 5
Christine Balestra erupted for seven goals and four assists for PV.
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