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STEPS Philadelphia girls’ HS roundup: Notre Dame stuns EA; Springfield-D, Harriton win

Wednesday, 1st April 2015

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, STEPS Girls Roundup  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/31/15

Claire Nappi scored the game-winner as Academy of the Notre Dame stunned visiting Episcopal Academy, 13-12, Tuesday in an Inter-Ac League girls’ lacrosse game.Steps-Philly-copy1

EA (5-2), ranked No. 5 by Phillylacrosse.com, was making its Inter-Ac debut. Notre Dame is 1-1 overall and in the league.

Caroline Allen had four goals, three assists, four draw controls and two groundballs, Nappi had four goals, two assists, four draws and three groundballs and Julia Dambly had three goals, one assist and two groundballs.

“Going into this game we were very focused on our game plan and what we needed to do to win,” said first-year Notre Dame coach Xan Weitzel. “We knew what a great opponent EA was and it was going to be tough, but the team never stopped fighting and believed in each other.

“This is a huge win for our program against a great team and it was nice to get a win at our home opener on the brand new turf. I am very proud of how we came back from such a big deficit and was able to cement a win.”

Harriton 17, Beckman (CA) 9

Harriton (4-0) expanded a 4-3 lead to 17-5 before Beckman scored the last four goals of the game to earn a victory in game played in Irvine, CA.

Jane Henderson collected five goals, two assists, six draw controls, four groundballs and five caused turnovers to lead the Rams.

Springfield-Delco 15, Cape Henry Collegiate 7

Emily Santana pumped in six goals to lead the Cougars.

Garnet Valley 19, Downingtown East 14

Emily Mathewson had five goals, six assists and five draw controls and Kamryn McNeal added four goals and four draw controls.

Downingtown East

Victoria Barretta had six goals and Sarah Kollhoff added five for the Cougars.

Interboro 14, Academy Park 4

Sami Barnett had five goals and three assists and Hailey Fisher added three goals and three assists to lead the Bucs to the Del-Val win.

Cheyenne Famer and Dakota Street each scored two goals for Academy Park.

Villa Maria Academy 18, Mt. St. Joseph Academy 11

Audrey Fabtazzia scored five goals and Annina Iacobucci added three goals, two assists and four draw controls to lead the Hurricanes.

MK Maloney led the Mount with five goals, two draw controls and two groundballs.

Southern Lehigh 9, Plymouth-Whitemarsh 8 OT

Bridget Circeillo had four goals and an assist to lead Southern Lehigh.

Maddie Berman paced PW with three goals.

Jenkintown 13, George School 9

Mia Wallis pumped in four goals and Cassidy Robbins made 12 saves to lead the Drakes

Anna Picciano scored four goals to lead George School.

Penn Charter 9, Downingtown West 8

Perri Keehfus (two goals) scored the winning goal on an 8-meter shot with 35.7 seconds left to lead the Quakers.

Ryan McKinney scored three goals to lead the Whippets.

North Penn 12, Boyertown 9

Emily Schulze had five goals and one assist and Sydney Lear added four goals and one assist to lead the Maidens.

Merion Mercy Academy 11, Gwynedd-Mercy Academy 9

Caroline Steller paced Merion Mercy with five goals

Ashley Stefanowicz had four goals for Gwynedd Mercy.

Central Bucks West 20, Lansdale Catholic 2

Elle Ueland had three goals and five assists and Bryn Boylan three goals and four assists for the Bucks.

Sun Valley 13, Pottsgrove 12

Goalie Kait France posted 14 saves and Carson Adelberger pumped in six six goals for the Vanguards.

Methacton 15, Western Albemarle (VA) 8

Sara Hughes had six goals and an assist to lead the Warriors.

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