Monday, December 22, 2014

Tuesday's field hockey roundup

Jasmin James needed only to cross the street to play next-door neighbor Central Tuesday. The familiar surroundings must have helped both James and her Girls High teammates in a 5-2 Public League field hockey win as she scored all five goals. The game was not without an element of drama as the teams took a 2-2 tie into the second half and James got loose for the winning goal and two insurance tallies. Most of James’ goals were off rebounds, but one came assisted by Brandy Tucker.

Tuesday's field hockey roundup

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Jasmin James needed only to cross the street to play next-door neighbor Central Tuesday.
The familiar surroundings must have helped both James and her Girls High teammates in a 5-2 Public League field hockey win as she scored all five goals.
The game was not without an element of drama as the teams took a 2-2 tie into the second half and James got loose for the winning goal and two insurance tallies.
Most of James’ goals were off rebounds, but one came assisted by Brandy Tucker.


In other league games:


Kelsey Palmer found the range on all three of Washington’s goals in a 3-0 win at rival Lincoln.
Other than Palmer, though, Lincoln goalie Jennipher Zorrilla was perfect in 10 opportunities. Washington goalie Julianna Garcia did not face a shot, but got the shutout.


Northeast scored all four goals in the first half and coasted to a 4-0 win at Rhodes. Sarah Barbokoff, Ashley Harkins, Steph Hughes, and Paula Sitek scored.

Catholic Academies

Moira Disandro scored a pair of goals and Mount St. Joseph coasted to a 5-0 win at Villa Joseph Marie.

Ches-Mont League

Nicole Paoline scored both goals to give host Downingtown West a 2-1 win over Avon Grove.


Tana Richmond scored on a penalty stroke to highlight Kennett’s 3-0 win over visiting Sun Valley.


Emily Hagar scored three goals and added an assist to lead host Great Valley past Octorara, 6-0.

Pioneer Athletic League

Emily Kellet scored three goals for host Methacton in a 7-2 win over Perkiomen Valley.

Bicentennial League

Kelsey Rice scored twice for Jenkintown in a 2-1 overtime win at Plumstead Christian.

Suburban One American Confeernce

Jordan O’Reilly, Amy McCaffrey and Emily Hitchings scored two goals apiece for host Upper Dublin in a 7-0 win over rival Cheltenham.
Erin Cummings added two assists.

Wissahickon got two goals and two assists from Gretchen Guaglionone in a 4-2 win over visiting Springfield (Montgomery County).

Suburban One National Conference

Mia Reed’s goal gave host pennsbury a 1-0 win over Council Rock North.

Suburban One Continental Conference

Nicolette Hill had two assists as as host North Penn topped Central Bucks East, 2-0.

Nonleague

Brooke Simone’s goal with 8:22 left in the second half gave host Baldwin at 1-0 win over Westtown.

Brooke Truskey’s two goals were the difference for Shipley in a 3-1 win at Springside.

Friends Select successfully defended its rooftop turf with a 3-0 win over visiting Little Flower, getting goals from Amy Blum, Michelle Degutis, and Leah Komitzky.

Penn Charter traveled to Bucks County and came away with a 9-0 win at George School, as Grace McInerney scored three goals and Ali Rosen added two more.

Katie Garfinkel scored a pair of first-half goals that stood up for host Germantown Friends in a 2-0 win over Penn Wood.

Katie Kelly scored twice for host Archbishop Carroll in a 5-1 win over Germantown Academy.

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