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Wednesday's girls' soccer roundup

Here is the girls' soccer roundup:

Wednesday's girls' soccer roundup

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Here is the girls' soccer roundup:

It was Maura Gifford’s birthday, but Lansdale Catholic’s soccer team was doing the receiving and not the giving.
Gifford’s goal in the game’s 74th minute clinched the 2-0 nonleague win at rival Gwynedd-Mercy.
Most of the game was a scoreless tie until the 67th minute when freshman Hannah Whitby scored.
Seven minutes later, Gifford, a senior, put the game away with the insurance goal.


Kelly McGlynn scored 20 minutes into the first half for the game-winner in Abington Friends’ 2-0 win at Bishop McDevitt.
The Kangaroos got a second-half insurance goal from Robyn Harding.

Catholic

Kelsey Stevens’ goal gave Archbishop Ryan in a 1-0 win at Little Flower.

Hallahan got six saves from goalie Nicole Napoli to win at neighbor Friends Select, 5-0. The Ragdolls (4-2-1 overall, 3-2-1 league) needed only three saves from goalie Jess Koci.

Inter-Ac

 Kacie Kergides went on the offensive for Germantown Academy, scoring twice, in a 3-1 win at Friends’ Central.
Maggie Sloane also scored for the Patriots (5-1), whose Natalie Toner had five saves in goal.

Suburban One American

Lauren Becker scored three goals as host Wissahickon overwhelmed Norristown, 7-0.
Maddy Kline had 33 saves in goal for the Eagles.

Ches-Mont

Kris Abens scored off a pass from Kelsey McDonald in overtime to give Unionville a 1-0 win at rival Kennett.

Pioneer Athletic

Jenna Benfield and Hollie Garber each scored twice as Boyertown won at Pottsgrove, 8-0. The Bears (4-2, 4-0).
Sam Eddinger added a goal and two assists.

Nikki Reimel had a pair of assists to lead host Perkiomen Valley to an 8-0 win over Pottstown.

Leanne Heuer scored with 2 1/2 minutes left in the second overtime to give host Methacton a 1-0 win over Phoenixville.

Megan Antrim’s goal gave Owen J. Roberts a 1-0 win at St. Pius X.

Amanda McKinley scored a pair of second-half goals for Spring-Ford in a 3-1 win at Upper Perkiomen.

Penn-Jersey

Tamara Moskowitz scored 3 1/2 minutes into the second half to give host Barrack Hebrew a 1-0 win over Mercy Vocational.

Bicentennial

Camille Williams scored twice for Delco Christian in a 4-0 win at Morrisville.

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