Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/10/10
Kristen Bandos collected five goals, two assists and four draw controls and Bridget Burns had four goals and one assist while Katie Blumenthal added two goals and three assists to lead Notre Dame to an 18-4 triumph Friday over Agnes Irwin in Inter-Ac League girls’ lacrosse opener.
Junior MC McDonald added six groundballs and two caused turnovers for Notre Dame (2-0, 1-0) and Carlianne McCabe had four draw controls and four groundballs.
“I am pleased with the way we played together today as a team,” said Notre Dame coach Erin Cook. “Eight players contributed to our scoring and it was a great start to our league play.”
Katie Nelligan led AIS (1-3, 0-1) with a goal and an assist.
Episcopal Academy 14, Germantown Academy 11
Blake McHugh had three goals and two assists and Taylor Trimble had three goals and an assist to lead EA to the Inter-Ac League win. Brooke Kiley led GA with four goals.
Penn Charter 8, Baldwin School 6
Penn Charter (5-1, 2-0) scored three straight goals to snap a 5-5 tie and held on for an Inter-Ac victory over Baldwin. Blaine Steinberg led all scorers with five goals while Kellie Ragg, Michelle Drosner and Kate Higgins also had single goals for PC.
Mount St. Joseph 12, Shipley School 9
Olivia Gannon had four goals and an assist and Tara Beppel added two goals and two assists to lead visiting the Mount to a non-league victory over the Gators.
Stevie Wells and Corinne Caracausa each added two goals for the Mount, which improved to 4-2.
Tara Stokes led Shipley (1-2) with three goals and an assist.
North Penn 9, Conestoga 8
Abbie Hartman poured in six goals to lead the Maidens (4-0) to the non-league win over the Pioneers.
Britta Hjelm had five goals and an assist for Conestoga and Meghan McGillis scored twice.
Cheltenham 22, Upper Merion 14
Liz Heimann had eight goals and four assists and Rachel Boles scored five goals while Rachel McManus and Madison Brunk each scored three for the Panthers in the Suburban One American Conference win.
Kellie Manoppello netted six goals for the Vikes, who led, 12-5, at halftime. Michelle Bowes added four goals and Mel Ryan had three goals and four assists.
Owen J. Roberts 10, Perkiomen Valley 5
Nicole Miller had four goals to lead the Wildcats to the PAC-10 win. Amber Ganz led PV with two goals.
Jenkintown 12, Abington Friends 10
Carolyn Smith had five goals and two assists to lead the Drakes to the non-league win.