Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/23/09
Lindsey Smith had four goals and two assists, Erica Midiri had three goals and an assist and Lizzy Carney contributed two goals and one assist to power Unionville to a 12-6 victory over Council Rock South Monday in non-league girls’ lacrosse action.
Kathleen Insetta, Julie Moran, and Erin Linthicum also scored for the Indians (2-0). Hannah Haskell and Kathleen Insetta played solid in midfield for Unionville while goalie Melissa Lloyd anchored the defense with 13 saves.
Lea Britton and Madison Hurwitz each scored twice for CR South.
Hatboro-Horsham 17, Neshaminy 2
Lauren Purvis poured in six goals and Sarah Tustin added five for the Hatters (1-0). Nicole Beck had two goals while Kristen O’Brien, Kelly McCartin, Caroline Hagan and Alex Taratuski scored one each. Jackie Kimml made two saves for Hatboro-Horsham.
Garnet Valley 13, Avon Grove 7
Tori Mitros had five goals and two assists and Allie Henry had five goals and one assist for the Jaguars (2-0). Halley Barnes added a goal and two assists while Jenna VanWyk and AnnaElise Morello had one each. Kate Stroup (five saves) played the first half and Kerri Anderson (12 saves) played the second.
Schoen and Callaway led Avon Grove with two goals each.
Harriton 19 Kennett 12
The Rams improved to 3-0 as Carli Sukonik pumped in eight goals and Jess Rothstein had four goals and three assists. Laura Walzer had three goals and Jess Schwab had one goal and three assists while Betsy Hurtado had a goal and two assists. Chrissy Pasquariello and Allison Wortley Also scored. Jackie Marshall made five saves.
Interboro 12, Upper Darby 7
Steph Parcell scored five goals and sister Monica Parcell added a goal and three assists for the Bucs. Lauren Frampton and Danielle Haney each added two goals and an assist. Christy Hild had five goals for the Royals.
Pottstown 10, Pottsgrove 7
Kasey Mock led the Trojans with foiur goals while Devon Yocom finished with two goals and an assist, Kiersten Mock added two goals, Kaylee Schumaker chipped in with one goal and one assist, and Lauren Raugh had one goal.
Alexis Glenn led Pottsgrove with four goals and an assist, while Ashley Delaney tallied two goals, Alli Bainbridge had one goal and one assist.
Trojans goalie Melissa Bonenberger recorded nine saves. Falcons goalie Ashley Shaner had 13 saves.
Souderton 15, Spring-Ford 2
Julia Kudla and Dan Paulding led the Big Red with three goals while Lindsay Walbrandt and Kirsten Russell had two apiece. Bryana Mandato had three saves. Chelsea Manes, Kirsten Walther and Danny Notvest added one goal apiece for Souderton
Notre Dame 23, Chichester 4
Katie Blumenthal had five goals, Kelly McCallion added four and Bridget Burns had six assists and six caused turnovers for the Fighting Irish (3-0).
Gwynedd Mercy Academy 13, Nazareth Academy 7
Calli Foley had six goals for Gwynedd.
Hatboro-Horsham 15, Neshaminy 2
Jarrett Carr (three assists) and John Rombach each scored three goals and Kyle Schwarz, Ryan Kreston (three assists) and Wiernski tallied two apiece for the Hatters (1-0). Eddie Coombs (two assists), Greg Cutilli (two assists) and Robert Nagel tallied one each. Tim Kurpiel posted 15 saves in his first career start and Mike Bobrin paced the H-H defense.
Upper Moreland 5, Pottsgrove 3
Ryan Christiansen scored two goals while Kevin Holst and Ellis Fattizzi added a goal and four groundballs each for the Bears (1-0). Steve Fleming and Jim Cramer scored once each and Max Schubert made 10 saves.
Chris Nester scored twice for the Falcons and DJ Ludy had a goal and an assists while Steve Ambs made 12 saves.
Strath Haven 10, Bayard Rustin 0
Mike Varga tallied five goals and Dave Alyanakian had three, including the 100th of his career, to pace the Panthers. Mark Dolphin added a goal and two asissts and Drew Wright had a goal while Sean Walsh had two assists. Will Torrence made five saves to gain the shutout. Strong defensewas turned in by Jimmy Battel, Nick Thompson, Wright and Nick DeCindis.
La Salle 9, Arapahoe (Col.) 7
The host Explorers (1-1) took a 5-1 halfitme lead and held off a late charge by their Colorado visitors (1-2), ranked No. 6 in the Western United States by Westsidelax.com. Randy Forster had two goals and four assists to lead Lasalle while Wesrty Hopkins had two goals. Peter Schwartz, Ryan Eidenshink and Derek Bogorowski had a goal and an assist each while Sean Carlin and Dan Losier scored once. Niko Amato made seven saves.
Holy Ghost Prep 20, Delco Christian 2
Colin Becker led HGP (2-0) with four goals.
Interboro 9, Haverford High 6
Tony Redding and Rich Rossano scored three goals apiece and Jordan Graham had two goals and three assists while Adam Moore made 12 stops for the Bucs. Mark Clinton led the Fords with three goals.