Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/3/12
From Staff Reports &
Marshall High School came into Monday’s game against Hatboro-Horsham at Disney World with a big reputation, boasting four players on its roster who have committed to play at the Division One level. They turned out to be no match for the Hatters, who have five D-1 signees of their own.
Courtnee Daley had a big day at both ends of the field to lead the Hatters (4-0) to a 19-7 victory. The senior midfielder not only scored a team-high five goals but also was credited with four ground balls.
Jenna Cutilli also had four ground balls and Caroline Hagan had three ground balls. Nicole Beck and Lizzy Carr (two assists) both scored four goals while Julie McKay (one assist) contributed the hat trick. Hagan also had two goals and two assists while Rachel Rausa had one goal. Katie McKay added an assist for the Hatters.
Springfield-Delco 13, Bishop Sullivan (Va.) 4
Maddy Lynch had six goals and an assist, and Alex Poplawski added three goals as the Cougars won at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, (Va).
Haverford High 14, Norfolk Academy (Va.) 4
Katrina Geiger poured in seven goals and added four assists and Olivia Martin added four goals to help Haverford (4-1) to an easy win at ODU. The Fords play Bishop Sullivan today while Springfield-Delco meets Norfolk.
Harriton 17, Holy Child (MD) 4
The Rams remained undefeated (5-0) as Caleigh Foust collected eight goals and Jessica Schwab had four goals and four assists at the AmLax Challenge in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Penncrest 11, Kennett Square 8
Christy Bond netted three goals to lead the Lions to the non-league win.
Pottstown 13, Phoenixville 10
Kelsey Schmaker led the Trojans with four goals in the PAC-10 win. Marlee Farbstein scored three for Phoenixville.
Barrack HA 20, Woodlynde School 9
Dani Levin poured in eight goals and Tamar Parmet had seven for Barrack.
Cherry Hill East 19, Cherry Hill West 5
Becca Taub had seven goals and an an assists and Caitlin Delaney added six goals and an assists for Cherry Hill East.
Lauren Anderson led CHW with four goals.
North Penn 18, Ridley 8
Senior Rachel Shaw turned in a stellar performance for the Maidens, scoring seven goals and also coming up with seven draw controls.
Kaitlin Suzuki scored five goals, and Hannah Young added three goals and one assist. Brenda McDermott scored a goal and also handed our four assists. Aubrie Stouffer had three assists while Laura DeLongis added one goal.
Goalie Jenna Stover recorded nine saves. Gabby DiDomizio was credited with six ground balls in a contest that saw the Maidens hold a 28-17 advantage in shots.
Liz Brennan and Arden Johnston had two goals and an assist each for the Green Raiders.
Plymouth Whitemarsh 14, Upper Moreland 4
Meghan McCullough and Kayla Wisnewski both connected for the hat trick to lead a balanced PW attack. Sami Heller and Jenna Kalman both added two goals while Amy Fink, Kirsten Monte, Sarah Naylor and Gab Schumacher each scored one goal. PW goalie Jordan Daunacusky recorded six saves.
The Golden Bears received single goals from Kathryn Brunner, Maddie Mauro, Lily Sgro and Sami Wojciechowski. UM goalie Kaitlin Taylor turned away 14 shots in goal.
Central Bucks East 18, Villa Joseph Marie 11
Mary Kate Schwartz and Sam Axenroth both scored six goals in glittering offensive performances for the Patriots. Axenroth also had a pair of assists while Schwartz had one assist. Julia Norek had a pair of goals while Olivia Gracey, Maggie Stella, Laura Betrus and Marissa Glatt each had single goals. Lauren Wick had a pair of assists.
Madi Steuber had 17 saves in goal for the Patriots.
Wissahickon 18, Norristown 9
Laura Frankenfield had huge performance to lead the Trojans, scoring eight goals and contributing three assists. Rachel Zucker added the hat trick while Zoe Gomez, Zoe Kale and Taylor Myers each added a pair of goals. Angela Virtu scored a single goal.
Norristown was led by the six-goal effort of Beverly Pute while Kerri Harner added two goals and Megan Grande, one goal.
Souderton 22, Pennridge 14
Alyssa Ziegler and Natalie Bulgier both scored five goals to lead a high-powered Indian attack. Ziegler also had an assist. Amber Lambeth scored four goals while Chessie Rahmer and Alexa Schneider each connected for the hat trick. Schneider also contributed an assist while Rahmer added two assists and eight draw controls.
Liz Mower had one goal and one assist, Tori Bulgier had one goal and two assists and Sydney Niles had one assist.
The Rams also received a pair of five-goal efforts as both Aerin McHugh and Leah Alcott erupted for five goals. Jackie Stevens scored two goals while Taylor Dachowski and Maddie Maher both scored one goal.
Goalie Kaitlin Crouthamel had 10 saves for the Indians. Pennridge’s Lynsey Babcock (nine saves) and Danielle Nichols (six saves) combined to turn away 15 shots.