Tuesday's field hockey roundup

Juniors Sarah Hospodar and Meghan Drain each scored twice to lead Merion Mercy to an 8-0 Association of Catholic Academies win over Villa Joseph Marie.
Also scoring for the Golden Bears were Emily Corcoran, Carly Keating, Katrina Keating and Kellya Sucher. Merion Mercy put the game away with five second-half goals.

Kerri Crumlish scored twice for host Sacred Heart in a 4-1 win over St. Basil.
Kara Shields and Karleigh Carlin also scored.

Emily McCauley and Molly Mulhern scored two goals apiece for host Gwynedd-Mercy in a 7-0 win over Nazareth Academy.

Public

Steph Hughes scored three goals as host Northeast overwhelmed Central, 8-0. Isabella Campanaro and Paula Stiek added a pair of goals apiece.


Jessica Lewis had three goals for Franklin Towne Charter in a 9-0 win at Rhodes for the unbeaten Vikings (3-0).

Jasmin James scored four of the goals for Girls High in a 6-0 win over visiting Lincoln. Siena Childs and Deborah Flippen also scored.

Central

Natalie Conicella scored half of Radnor’s goals in a 6-0 win over visiting Garnet Valley.
The junior also got plenty of scoring support from Shelby Sydnor, Maddie Zimmerman and Erika Zitch.

Inter-Ac

Brooke Simone and Remy Walk each had a goal in Baldwin’s 3-1 win over visiting Penn Charter.

Maura McKendrick scored three goals as Notre Dame earned an 8-1 win over visiting Germantown Academy.

Ches-Mont

Great Valley beat host Oxford, 3-0, as Bridget DiBella, Emily Hager, and Becca Hasz scored.

Liz Coyne had four saves for host Downingtown West in a 2-0 win over Bishop Shanahan.

Octorara got goals from Jay Johnstone, Mel Lowery and Missy Stefanosky in a 3-0 win at Sun Valley.

Charlotte Mabon’s two goals were the difference for host Avon Grove in a 3-1 win over West Chester Henderson.

Friends Schools

Blair Campbell’s goal gave Academy of the New Church in a 1-0 win at George School.


Katie Garfinkel scored and assisted in a 2-1 win for host Germantown Friends over Little Flower.

Nonleague

Amy Blum scored twice as host Friends Select beat Penn Wood, 6-1.

Avery Safford scored twice for Shipley in its 4-0 win over visiting Lower Merion.

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