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Friday’s girls’ roundup: Radnor holds off Carroll, UD tops Wissahickon

Saturday, 1st May 2010

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 5/1/10

Annie Woehling posted a school-record 20 saves in goal and host Radnor held off a late Archbishop Carroll rally Friday before claiming a 17-14 non-league victory in a girls’ lacrosse game involving two cross-town rivals ranked in the top 10 in the state.

Radnor, the No. 1 team in the PA Media Rankings, improved to 14-0. Carroll, ranked No. 7, fell to 8-4.

Kelyn Freedman had five goals and five assists and Ali Kelly added three goals and four assists for the Red Raiders, who led, 8-3, at halftime. Allie Martin added three goals and two assists and Ellie Kraus had three goals.

Hannah Schmitt led the Patriots with four goals, but it was Alyssa DiBona (nine draw controls) who also helped fuel the comeback. Kelsey Byrne, Rachel Flynn and Genni Hull each scored two goals for the Pats.

Upper Dublin 11, Wissahickon 6

Amy Cross had four goals and two assists and Brooke Callahan added three goals as the undefeated Cardinals took a major step toward a Suburban One American Conference title by finishing a season sweep of the second-place Trojans.

The win moves UD to 8-0 in the league and 11-0 overall. Wissahickon is 11-2 and 8-2 in theleague. Anna Lauer made 10 saves for Upper Dublin, which took an 8-4 halftime lead.

Aubrey Bossert had two goals and one assist for Wissahickon and Lauren Frankenfield scored twice.

Unionville 12, Bishop Shanahan 5

Lindsey Smith had four goals and Lizzy Carney added three goals and three assists while Erin Linthicum scored three goals and Melissa Lloyd made 10 saves for the Indians.

North Penn 9, Hatboro Horsham 6

Dani Horn tallied three goals and Rachel Shaw and Garrie Grenfell each had two as the Maidens continued to strengthen their hold on first place in the Suburban One Continental Conference.

North Penn is 12-0 overall and 6-0 in the league, while the second-place Hatters fell to 4-3 and 3-2.

Sarah Tustin scored twice for HH.

Boyertown 19, Pottstown 10

Emly Austerberry had five goals and one assist and Kelly Furman had three goals and one assist as the Bears (8-3, 8-0) remained undefeated in the PAC-10.

Kasey Mock had four goals for Pottstown and Milan White added three.

Penn Charter 13, Germantown Academy 8

Meghan Curtin made 15 saves in goal and Kate Higgins scored four goals while Ali Thompson and Blaine Steinberg each had three to lead PC to the Inter-Ac win.

Stephanie LaMont had three goals for GA.

Jenkintown 15, George School 11

Carolyn Smith had six goals and four assists and Camille Ferruzzi had three goals to lead the Drakes to victory.

Kate Harkins tallied five goals for GS.

Plymouth Whitemarsh 12. Upper Moreland 3

Mollie Getzfred scored three goals to lead the Colonials to the Suburban One American win.

Sami Wojciewski had two goals for the Bears.

Notre Dame 19, Baldwin 14

Kristen Bandos had four goals and two assists while Maggie Corcoran and Carlianne McCabe each had three goals and an assist to lead the Irish to the Inter-Ac win.

Sloan Warren collected eight goals and two assists for the Bears.

Abington 20, Pennsbury 9

Courtney Cox had seven goals, one assist and five groundballs while Molly Seefried added six goals and three assists to power the Ghosts.

Garnet Valley 21, Chichester 2

Tori Mitros had six goals and two assists and Ashley Pyle added four goals and two assists to lead the Jaguars to the non-league win.

Owen J. Roberts 16, Spring-Ford 8

Nicole Miller collected six goals and three assists and Emily Kolsevich had four goals and two assists while Kelsey Dielman had four goals and one assists to lead the Wildcats to the PAC-10 win.

Marisa Moley led the Rams with three goals.

Central Bucks South 12, Souderton 11

Jess Adcock was a standout in goal with 18 saves and Kelly Hamilton had three goals and three assists while Maddie Dibrino and Taylor Michener added three goals each for CB South. Kayla Kenney had two goals and two assists while Casey Haegele had one goal and two assists.

Kirstin Russell led the Indians with four goals and one assist.

Academy of the New Church 8, Abington Friends 6

Kerstin Lindroot had four goals and Karenna Genzlugu added two while Mara Metroka and Brandy Asplunosh each had one to help ANC claim the victory.

Kelly McGlynn scored four goals for Abington Friends while Susie Meyer and Brittany Garrison had one apiece and Casey Mutchler had one assist. Hannah Weitz had 13 saves in goal.
FOR ANC: Mara Metroka had 1 goal, Kerstin Lindroot had 4 goals, Brandy Asplunosh had 1 goal, Karenna Genzlugu had 2 goals. contributed to this story

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