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Tuesday’s Southeastern Pa. roundup: Notre Dame field hockey rolls past Archbishop Carroll

Philadelphia Inquirer logo Philadelphia Inquirer 9/11/2019 By Tom Ignudo, The Philadelphia Inquirer

Meg Mitchell scored two goals as the Notre Dame field hockey team downed Archbishop Carroll, 7-0, to improve to 3-0 on the season on Tuesday. The Irish exploded for five goals in the first half. Abby D’Anjolell, Mia Leonhardt, Bri Odgers and Viv Trumpbour each notched one goal and one assist.

Alexa Collins scored two goals to help Spring-Ford beat Council Rock South, 4-1. Kate Crist and Kylie Martin each scored. Alysia Collins, Abbey Boyer and Mackenna Maloney tallied assists. Ashley Della Guardia had eight saves.

Academy of New Church topped Conwell-Egan, 3-0, behind Caelyn Henderson’s three goals. Becca Clark scored and Laken Bau-Madsen had five saves.

Eva Kinnel notched two goals and one assist to lead the George School past Morrisville, 7-0. Ada Wagar scored two goals, and Anjali Amin, Izzy Robinson-Cloete and Claiore Roche scored. Leyna Kirsh had two assists and Emily Matson had one.

Lilly Avrigian and Kaylee Dyer scored in Penn Charter’s 2-0 victory over Friends’ Central.

Quakers win 2-0. #goquakers

— Penn Charter Field Hockey (@wpcfieldhockey) September 10, 2019

Natalie Carter and Kayleigh Nuyianez scored as St. Basil defeated Bishop McDevitt, 2-0.

Ella Henry scored in overtime to help Germantown Academy beat Agnes Irwin, 2-1. Maddi Ota scored and Catherine McFadden had two assists.

Boys’ Soccer

Stefen Melekos scored two goals to lead Holy Ghost Prep past Lower Moreland, 6-0. The Firebirds scored four goals in the second half and improved their record to 4-0. Tony Colon, Anthony Fanelli, Max Giuliana and Tyler Weimert added goals. TJ Butler had six saves.

Idan Jaffe and Christian Vorchheimer scored in Wissahickon’s 2-1 victory over Springfield (Montco). Jack Slackman and Jack Quinn notched assists.

Dan O’Toole scored to help Central Bucks West edge Pennridge, 1-0. Ryan Van Pelt had five saves to record his third shutout of the season.

Jordan Naim and Ethan Wilner scored two goals apiece as Barrack Hebrew defeated Friends’ Central, 4-1.

Springside Chestnut Hill beat the Hun School, 5-3, behind two goals from Dane Harmaty. Luke Feeney, Daniel Heep and Vincent Sciarrotta scored.

@HillersSoccer leave w/ a W! 5-3! Goals from Dane Harmaty (2), Vincent Sciarrotta, Luke Feeney & Daniel Heep (1st V goals for the last 3 guys). As from Sciarrotta (2) & Kevin Buck. #WeClimbOn #UpwardTogether #YoullNeverClimbAlone @SCHBlueDevils @RallyPhilly @PhSportsDigest

— SCH Boys' Soccer (@HillersSoccer) September 10, 2019

Tony Ditri and Shawn McConnell scored in Abington’s 2-0 win over Upper Dublin.

Matt Armas, Brett McCartney and Luc Rising scored to help Downingtown East shut out Great Valley, 3-0.

Liz Deal, Molly McCarrick and Shannen Remolde scored as St. Basil beat Merion Mercy, 3-1.

Harriton edged Garnet Valley, 2-1, thanks to Gibreel Mami’s goal with four minutes left in the game. Mikkel Andersen scored.

Seleke Kabah scored six goals in School of the Future’s 7-0 victory over Science Leadership (Beeber). Joseph Cirksey scored.

Girls’ Soccer

Keri Barnett scored to lead Archbishop Carroll past Cardinal O’Hara, 1-0. Nicollette Cashin had 18 saves.

Strath Haven beat Lower Merion, 3-1, thanks to goals from Devon Maillet, Danielle McNeely and Gianna Zweier. The Panthers are 4-0 and have won two straight against Central League opponents.

Haven takes the lead 3 to 1 on a free kick

— Strath Haven S?ccer (@SHgirlsSoccer) September 10, 2019

Alyssa Abbott recorded 10 saves to help Washington seal a 1-0 victory on the road at Southern. Ireland Smith scored.

Flora Hernandez scored four goals as Science Leadership Academy topped Engineering and Science, 7-0. Faryn Heffner, Miranda Sosa and Zoe Zisser added goals.

Nicole Castor, Alexandre Krutsinger, Payton Lennon and Sara Matraku scored in Lower Moreland’s 4-1 victory over MaST Charter.

Lisa McIntyre’s two goals led Springside Chestnut Hill past Shipley, 4-1. JoJo McShane and Lauren Sullivan scored goals.

Emily Doran had 13 saves to help Calvary Christian top New Hope-Solebury, 1-0. Joselyn Stolz scored.

Agnes Irwin defeated Germantown Friends, 1-0, behind Natalie Pansini’s goal. Alyssa Hardin had one assist.

Karessa Dudley and Nedan Dudley scored as Kensington beat Bodine, 2-1.

Karin Ishikawa scored twice to help Westtown edge Baldwin, 2-1.

2-1 Win over Baldwin puts us back on track and ready for Notre Dame next week! Karin Ishikawa with both goals and gutsy play by the entire team to pull out the win. Overall record goes to 2-1-0 @RallyPhilly @WesttownSchool @PaPrepLive

— Westtown Girls Soccer (@WTgirlssoccer) September 10, 2019


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