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Tuesday’s girls’ roundup: Radnor remains undefeated, GV edges Harriton

Tuesday, 27th April 2010

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 4/27/10

Kelyn Freedman collected four goals and four assists and Courtney Campbell scored four goals as visiting Radnor, the top-ranked team in the state, downed Conestoga, 12-4, today in Central League girls’ lacrosse.

The win improved the Red Raiders’ record to 12-0 overall and 6-0 in the league.

Natalie Miller added two goals for the Raiders. Taylor Lawlor led Conestoga (7-5, 5-2) with two goals.

Garnet Valley 14, Harriton 13

Natalie Long scored the game-winner with 1.1 seconds to play as the Jaguars defeated the Rams in Central League play.

AnnaElise Morello led the Jaguars with four goals and three assists and Tori Mitros had four goal and two assists while Allyson Henry had three goals. Kate Stroup made 10 saves.

Carli Sukonik had seven goals and one assist and Jess Schwab added a goal and five assists for the Rams. Maddy Pisani scored three goals.

Strath Haven 24, Lower Merion 13

Alex Duckenfield collected seven goals and three assists and Ana White had six goals and four assists to lead the Panthers to the Central League win.

Kelly Molloy, Caroline Kelly and Caroline Murphy led the Strath Haven defense.

Sarah Spector had six goals and Julia Buckman had three goals while goalie Ali Toll turned back 14 shots.

Haverford 17, Upper Darby 4

Katrina Geiger had five goals and three assists Liz Bassani had four goals to lead the Fords.

Springfield-Delco 14, Marple Newtown 3

Shannon Burns scored five goals and Valerie Paolucci had three to help the unbeaten Cougars.

Archbishop Wood 14, Lansdale Catholic 3

Nicole Hayes had three goals and three assists and Caitlyn McCartney had three goals and two assists as the Vikings claimed the Catholic League win.

Erin Bradley led LC with two goals.

Baldwin School 22, Germantown Academy 13

Jennie Wigrizer collected seven goals and two assists and Hilary Gray pumped in six goals while Sloan Warren had five goals and one assist to lead the Bears.

Brooke Kiley led GA with five goals and one assist while Stephanie LaMont had four goals.

Notre Dame 12, Penn Charter 6

Maggie Corcoran and Katie Hagen each scored three goals to lead the Irish to the Inter-Ac win.

Blaine Steinberg had three goals for the Quakers.

Interboro 11, Chichester 3

Kelsea Cleaver had four goals and one assist and Brianna Thompson added three goals and three assists while Ali Killian and Erin McGrenaghan each had two goals and one assist for the Bucs. Danielle Owen made seven saves.

Brianna Corner had 11 saves for Chichester.

Upper Merion 19, Norristown 1

Kellie Manoppello pumped in six goals and Haley Fitzgerald tallied four while Mel Ryan had three goals and three assists to lead the Vikings.

Downingtown West 10, Bishop Shanahan 9

Jaymie Tabor had four goals and two assists and Eva Winiarski had three goals and Kellyn Warren added two goals and three assists for the Whippets.

Downingtown West got standout defense from Trish Yeoell, Katie Bauer, Sally Clark and Christie Coper

Hannah Goforth led Shanahan with three goals and Liz Duke had two goals and four assists.

Souderton 17, Pennridge 6

Liz Mower had five goals and three assists, Linday Walbrandt added three goals and two assists while Danielle Notvest had three goals to lead the Indians.

Upper Dublin 16, Springfield-Montco 8

Amy Cross had five goals and four assists and Kelly Cross contributed four goals and five assists to lead the undefeated Cardinals to the Suburban One American win. Upper Dublin got standout defense from Michele DeVincent

Sarah Studdiford led the Spartans with six goals

Agnes Irwin 11, Springside School 10

Chloe Chou had four goals and one assists and Lauren Willcox and Campbell Crochiere (six groundballs) each had three goals to pace the Owls. Eva D’Ignazio led the defense and goalie Lindsey Reder had a solid game.

Unionville 22, Coatesville 2

Lisa Riondet had five goals and Lizzy Carney added three goals and six assists to pace the Indians.

North Penn 15, Central Bucks South 6

Abbie Hartman scored four goals and Brenda McDermott added three goals and one assist while scooping three groundballs for the 10-0 Maidens.

Abington 12, CR South 7

Molly Seefried had three goals, one assist, three draw controls, two caused turnovers and two groundballs to lead the Ghosts. Courtney Cox and Carli Fitzgerald each added three goals.

St Hubert 12, Archbishop Ryan 6

Sophomore goalie Bridget Sickle made 13 saves as St. Hubert (7-2 overall, 4-1 league) earned the Catholic League win.

Ashley White and Julia Delong had two goals each and Kate Gallagher had a strong game at center while helping the Bambies with the draws.

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