Field hockey roundup: Palmer scores three for Washington

   Washington used the Palmer method to author a neat 6-0 Public League field hockey win over visiting Franklin Towne Charter Wednesday.
   Kelsey Palmer was responsible for half of the Eagles’ goals, two in the first half, as they jumped to a 4-0 lead. Hilary McFillin, with two, and Shanika Murray scored the other goals.

   Talia Fish netted a pair of goals for host Central in a 4-0 win over Lincoln. Victoria McFarland and Angena Mombrun also scored.

   Siena Childs and Jasmin James each scored a pair of goals as Girls High overwhelmed host Rhodes, 7-0, scoring six first-half goals.


  Katie Killeen scored both of Cardinal O’Hara’s frist-half goals in a 5-0 win over visiting St. Hubert. The Lions (2-0 overall, 1-0 league) put the game away in the second half behind goals by Emily Creighton, Lindsay McArdle and Carley Spaeder.

   Sara Bauer had 15 saves in goal to lead host Archbishop Wood past Lansdale Catholic, 3-1. Meghan Leahy, Gina Francescangeli and Alyssa Andress scored for the Vikings.


   Jenna Seybert scored in overtime to give host Mount St. Joseph a 1-0 win over Merion Mercy. Allie Sabia put the ball on the net, but it was kicked out to Seybert, who alertly shot it past the sprawling Golden Bears’ goalie.

   Sam Ostoich scored a pair of goals to pace host Villa Maria past Villa Joseph Marie, 9-0. The Hurricanes played a perfect game on defense, allowing no shots on goalie Anna Zarkoski.

   Kimmy Herman assisted on Kerri Crumlish’s goal with 20 minutes left in the first half to give Sacred Heart a 1-0 win at Gwynedd-Mercy. Herman started the breakaway and Crumlish finished it off. Colleen McClatchy turned back all five shots she faced in goal.


   Laura Meehan’s two goals paced Chichester to a 4-1 win at Penn Wood. The highlight of the day for the host Patriots came when senior Terayah Overton assisted on her a goal by her freshman sister, Tenayah.


   Katie DeGennaro assisted on the game’s first goal and scored the final one for host Springside in a 3-0 win over Germantown Friends. In between, Libbie Maine scored for the Lions, who had 21 offensive corners and 15 shots on goal.

   Kelly Pond’s goal with 21:18 remaining in the second half gave Bristol a 2-2 tie playing on the rooftop field at Friends Select in Center City. Julie Wise also scored for the Warriors. Amy Blum scored twice for the Falcons.

   Taylor Sticklin’s goal off a pass from Jill Phillips with 15 mintues left gave host Conestoga a 2-1 win over Upper Dublin. Emily Steck also scored for the Pioneers.

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