Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/8/10
Kelyn Freedman collected five goals and four assists and Allie Martin added five goals and two assists to help host Radnor defeat Downingtown East, 17-6, Wednesday in a non-league girls’ lacrosse game featuring two teams ranked in the state.
The Red Raiders (3-0), ranked No. 1 in the PA Media Rankings, also got two goals each from. Courtney Campbell and Natalie Miller. Goalie Annie Woehling made eight saves.
Ashley Poli and Emily Solenberger each scored twice for the Cougars (3-1), ranked No. 7.
Merion Mercy 22, Villa Joseph Marie 7
Emily Corcoran collected six goals and four assists and Margaret Corzel added four goals and four assists while Casey Rooney had two goals and seven assists to power the Bears to the Catholic Academies win.
Madison Connor had four goals, Julianne D’Orazio scored three while Bonnie McShane, Katrina Keating and Monica O’Hara each tallied one goal. Goalie Caili Guilday recorded six saves.
Pottstown 18, St. Pius X 2
Kasey Mock posted five goals and three assists, Danae Perrymond had four goals and three assists and Amanda Krok scored four goals to lead the Trojans to the PAC-10 win.
Lawrenceville School (N.J.) 20, Germantown Academy 17
Taylor Laub had seven goals and two assists and Berwyn’s Camille Richardson scored six goals to help Lawrenceville outscore GA. Maggie Ebbott scored five goals for the Pats and Brooke Kiley added four.
Episcopal Academy 17, Springside School 11
Taylor Trimble collected six goals and two assists and Alex Buckley had three goals and six groundballs to pace EA to an Inter-Ac League win in its opener.
Blake McHugh had two goals, two assists and four draw controls and Lbby Eyre had a goal, three draw controls and eight groundballs while Ashley McCormick had seven groundballs.
Courtney Caputo led Springside with four goals and two assists, while Libbie Maine had four goals and Leah Spalding had a strong game defensively.
Boyertown 12, Owen J. Roberts 10
Raelynn Mikell had two goals and two assists while Devyn Heidelbaugh and Claire Moyer each scored twice to lead a balanced attack for the Bears in the PAC-10 win.
Nicole Miller led OJR with four goals and three assists and Emily Kolsevich had three goals.
Wissahickon 15, Pennridge 9
Freshman Laure Frankenfield pumped in six goals and Aubrey Bossert had five to pace the Trojans (3-0) to the victory. Jen Moyer led the Rams (4-1) with three goals.
Hill School 13, Agnes Irwin 12, 2 OT
Hill School 13, Agnes Irwin 12
Callie Francis scored three goals while Cathy Jamo, Kelly Magann, Greta Witter and Mallory Sheer each had two for the Blues
Katie Nelligan and Chloe Burch each had four goals for Agnes Irwin, while Chloe Chou had two goals and an assit. Courtney Clower, Campbell Crochiere each had one goal and the defense was led by Kelly Crosby and Julia Pierce. Lindsey Reder had nine saves.
Norristown 11, Bishop McDevitt 10
Beverly Pate scored four goals as the Eagles gained the non-league win.
Council Rock North 9, Archbishop Wood 6
Hannah Plappert had three goals and two assists while Lindsay Rheiner fired in three goals for the Indians. Caitlyn McCartney had two goals and two assists and and Alyssa Andress scored twice for Wood.
Spring-Ford 12, Perkiomen Valley 11
Marissa Moley and Maddie ward each scored five goals to lead the Rams to the PAC-10 win. Amber Gansz led PV with four goals.
Pottsgrove 12, Phoenixville 7
Ashley Delaney collected six goals and one assist to power the Falcons to the PAC-10 win. Britney Rohall and Marlee Farbstein each scored three goals for the Phantoms.
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