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STEPS Philadelphia girls’ HS roundup: Springfied-Delco edges Garnet Valley; Merion Mercy tops Villa Maria

Wednesday, 15th April 2015

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, STEPS Girls Roundup, Posted 4/14/15

Host Springfield-Delco used a 9-1 spurt to take control of the game before holding off Garnet Valley, 11-10, Tuesday in a Central League girls lacrosse featuring the two teams that met in the state finals last year.Steps-Philly-copy131

The Cougars, down 6-2 at one point of the first half, improved to 4-0 in the league and 6-1 overall. The defending state champion jaguars fell to 4-4 and 2-3.

Emily Santana led Springfield with five goals and Bailey O’Brien added three. Kamryn McNeal paced the Jags with three goals and an assist and Emily Mathewson had two goals and two assists.

Harriton 20, Ridley 9

Jane Henderson (5G, 2A, 3DCs, 1GB) and Laura Lasprogata (5G, 5DCs, 1GB) led the Rams.

Radnor 18, Haverford High 5

Lexi Kenneally fired in five goals to lead the Raiders.

Conestoga 19, Marple Newtown 3

Liz Scott had four goals and seven draw controls while Sondra Dickey and Maggie Stetson each had three goals and two assists for the Pioneers.

Strath Haven 19, Upper Darby 3

Nicole McNeely led the Panthers with five goals and an assist.

Brooke Nasella scored five goals for Ridley.

Notre Dame Academy 9, Baldwin 6

Julia Dambly (2G, 4gb, 1dc), Claire Nappi (2g, 2gb) and Caroline Allen (2g, 2dc) led the Irish to their fifth straight win.

Ali Thaler (3gb, 1ct, 4dc) and Eliza Mantelmacher (3g, 1gb, 1ct, 1dc) led Baldwin.

Mt. St. Joseph Academy 20, Sacred Heart CDS 5

Kaitlyn Meister scored four goals and Cathy Staerk had three to lead the Mount.

Merion Mercy Academy 10, Villa Maria Academy 9

Five players – Caroline Steller (two assists), Allie Scannopieco (one assist), Kaely Kyle, Caroline Heath and Lauren Dice – scored two goals each for Merion Mercy in the key Catholic Academies League win.

Katie Manta had two goals and an assist while Caroline Mackrides and Lucy Meehan each had two goals for VMA.

Interboro 16, Academy Park 4

Marissa Hews had five goals and an assist and Sami Barnett pumped in five goals to lead the Bucs.

Upper Dublin 10, Cheltenham 4

Julie Cross had five goals and an assist to lead the Cards.

Liza Becker scored two goals for Cheltenham.

Franklin Towne 11, Mastery Shoemaker 2

Kaitlin Iavecchia led FTC with three goals.

Germantown Academy 11, William Penn Charter 9

Betsy Prezioso had four goals and Allie Cannon added three lead GA.

Hannah Fox and Avery Shoemaker each had two goals and an assist for PC.

Wissahickon 11, Plymouth-Whitemarsh 8

Emily Vervlied scored four goals to lead the Trojans.

Kirsten Monte had five goals for PW.

Episcopal Academy 13, Springside School 4

Maddie Aslanson scored twice for SCHA.

Agnes Irwin 15, Manheim Township 9

Kristin Burnetta and Hannah Keating led the Owls with four goals and two assists each.

Friends’ Central 14, George School 0

Sophie Macfarlane had two goals and five assists to pace the Phoenix.

Princeton Day (NJ) 13, Princeton (NJ) 9

Morgan Foster led PDS with six goals and two assists.

Gabby Gibbons had four goals and an assist for Princeton.

Spring-Ford 11, Perkiomen Valley 9

Camryn Jones tallied four goals for Spring-Ford.

Anna Koniencki had three goals and an assist for PV.

Abington 18, Springfield Montco 9

Casey Mcallister scored five goals and Sam McGee and Jeannie van Buren each had four to lead the Ghosts.

Lindsey Smith: led the Spartans with three goals and three caused turnovers.

Unionville 12, Downingtown West 6

Quinn Benintende led the Indians with three goals and three assists.

Ryan McKinney led West with three goals.

Henderson 13, Downingtown East 12

Ryann Bauer had four goals and an assist for the Warriors.

Victoria Barretta led east with six goals.

West Chester East 16, Coatesville 9

Shannon Moore led East with four goals and an assist.

Jenkintown 18, Delaware County Christian School 5

Emma Dorshimer collected 10 goals and two assists for the Drakes.

Avon Grove 19, Sun Valley 6

Regan Cook had four goals and an assist for the Devils.

Carson Adelberger led Sun Valley with four goals.

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