Thursday, February 11, 2016

Thursday's girls' soccer roundup

Maureen Hawkins notched a hat trick for Cardinal Dougherty and the Cardinals went on to beat visiting Hallahan, 4-0, in a Catholic League Blue Division game. Caroline Hopkins added a goal and Brenna Coll stopped six shots for Dougherty.

Thursday's girls' soccer roundup

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Maureen Hawkins notched a hat trick for Cardinal Dougherty and the Cardinals went on to beat visiting Hallahan, 4-0, in a Catholic League Blue Division game.
Caroline Hopkins added a goal and Brenna Coll stopped six shots for Dougherty.

Catholic Red. Gina Sgrillo scored with three minutes left to give St. Hubert a 1-0 win over host Cardinal O’Hara.
Mary Kate Morris assisted on the goal and Erika Rauchut posted the shutout with seven saves. Katie Laughlin stopped 12 shots for the Lions.

Jenna Richards scored twice and Logan Brenker added a goal to boost Conwell-Egan past host Little Flower, 3-0.
Eagles goalie Kelly Mott stopped 12 shots while Sentinels goalie Erin Gallagher turned aside 20 shots.

Penn-Jersey.

 

Sivan Ben-Maimon scored off an assist from Jenna Glassman in the 20th minute and led Barrack Hebrew to a 1-0 win over host Solebury School.
Sarah Saltz earned the shutout by stopping 26 shots for the Cougars.

Nonleague.

 

Tara Stokes earned a hat trick and led Shipley past visiting Penn Charter, 4-0.
Stokes also assisted on a goal by Nancy Selig while Sophie Katz and Teddy Chase chipped in with assists. Gators’ goalie J.B. Loomis stopped two shots for the shutout while Meg Delney and Sarah Butler combined for seven saves for the Quakers.

Liz McShane scored the only goal of the game in the second half and handed Perkiomen Valley a 1-0 win over visiting Harriton.
Simone Stewart assisted on the goal and Amie Cross stopped six shots for the Vikings. Samantha Blank turned aside seven shots for the Rams.

Riley Tarver scored twice in the first half and led Springside to a 4-1 win over visiting Abington Friends.
Kelsey Chapman and Maura Daddario also scored for the Lions who got one save from Alexis Giovannazzo and two saves from Asha Deane.

Erica Gosnell scored twice and Kristen Bandos added a goal for Notre Dame in a 3-1 win over visiting Westtown.
Hayley Curtin earned the win in goal after stopping a pair of shots.
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