Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/29/15
Conestoga scored seven consecutive goals in the final 13 and a half minutes Tuesday to rally past host Garnet Valley and remain perfect in Central League girls’ lacrosse.
The Pioneers, ranked No. 1 by Phillylacrosse.com, improved to 13-1 overall and 8-0 in the league. Garnet Valley, the defending state champion, is 8-6 overall and 5-4 in the league.
The Jags led, 10-6, when Scottie Rose Growney (two goals), Sondra Dickey (four goals, two assists) teamed up to tie the game and Maggie Stetson (two goals) put the Pioneers ahead, 11-10.
Hannah Ashton added three goals for Conestoga and Liz Scott had two goals and an assist.
Kamryn McNeal led the Jags with three goals and Emily Mathewson added two goals, two assists and five draw controls.
Episcopal Academy 9, Notre Dame 5
Katie Crager had three goals and two caused turnovers and Corinne Zanolli added two goals and three draw controls as EA (14-3, 7-1) avenged an earlier loss and set up a first-place showdown Friday with Agnes Irwin.
Julia Dambly had two goals and two draw controls for Notre Dame (8-3, 4-3).
Agnes Irwin 13, Germantown Academy 4
Lila Barker had three goals and an assist for the Owls (14-1, 6-1).
Isabelle Jacobs scored twice and Allie Carrigan posted 20 saves for GA.
Merion Mercy Academy 10, Gwynedd-Mercy Academy 8
Caroline Corzel had five goals and an assist as Merion (10-3, 9-0) remained perfect in the Catholic Academies League.
Maddie Meagher scored twice for Gwynedd (8-5, 7-3).
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy 12, Baldwin 11
Maddy Aslansan collected six goals and an assist as SCHA triumphed.
Ali Thaler collected four goals and five draw controls for Baldwin.
Abington 13, Plymouth-Whitemarsh 12
Mikki Raymond collected seven goals and an assist for the Ghosts
Kirsten Monte had four goals for PW.
Interboro 17, Chichester 11
Sami Barnett collected eight goals and an assist for the Bucs.
Alyssa Clausen had four goals and two assists for Chichester.
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