Girls' soccer roundup: Gwynedd Mercy tops St. Basil 1-0

Even though 80 minutes of soccer yesterday, the outcome in Gwynedd-Mercy’s 1-0 Association of Catholic Academies win at St. Basil was decided in the first minute when Emily Irons scored.
Brianna Walsh assisted on the play and Courtney Sullivan posted 10 saves to earn her second varsity shutout for the Monarchs (4-2). The Panthers fell to 0-2, 0-4.


Central.

Marple Newtown’s bid for its first win over Penncrest in eight years was thwarted when Paige Phillips scored two minutes into the second half for a 1-1 tie. Phillips’ goal was a response to a goal by the Tigers’ Devon Miller one minute prior to that.
Megan Rubenstein scored 2:50 into overtime to give host Harriton a 1-0 win over Springfield (Delaware County). Ann Coyle assisted on the goal and keeper Ali Herman turned back all six shots she faced.


Lizahn Visser scored on a blast from 25 yards out in overtime to give host Garnet Valley a 3-2 win over Strath Haven. Meg Tracewell made overtime possible by scoring twice in regulation.

Nonleague.

 Lawrenceville School scored the first three goals of the game and handed host Episcopal Academy a 3-1 loss. Nina Vithayathil scored for the Churchwomen, helping her team avert a shutout.
Kristen Robinson also did yeoman duty in goal for Episcopal Academy (5-3), turning back 12 shots.


Tamara Moskowitz scored twice to help host Barrack Hebrew past Del-Val Friends, 3-0.


Cara Spiess scored all of the goals for host Hill School in a 3-0 win over Princeton Day (N.J.).

Deanna Mayza’s sixth and seventh goals of the season gave Upper Perkiomen a 2-0 win over visiting Interboro. Liz Keegan recorded her third straight shutout in goal for the Tribe (3-1).

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