Lower Merion freshman Moira Petrie put her head to good use and led the Aces to a 2-1 win over host Haverford High in a Central League girls’ soccer game yesterday.
With two minutes left in the game, Petrie, a center forward, put her head on the ball inside the box and sent it into the net.
Melissa Scanzano gave the Fords a 1-0 lead in the first half, but Carly Icnniowski tied the game for Lower Merion in the second half.
Michaela Whitelaw scored in the 35th minute to give Strath Haven a 2-1 win over visiting Ridley. Victoria Batter gave the Green Raiders a 1-0 lead 10 minutes into the game, but Gina DiTaranto tied the game for the Panthers a minute later.
Julie Long posted a shutout in her first varsity start in goal and helped Marple Newtown beat host Harriton, 2-0.
Long stopped eight shots and was helped on offense by goals from Kelly Collins and Renee D’Angelo. Tanya Hamid and Rachel Dougherty assisted on the goals.
Jesse Cunilio and Kelly Monoghan collected goals to give Radnor a 2-0 win over host Upper Darby.
Red Raiders goalie Diana Lansinger stopped four shots to earn the shutout in goal.
Alaina Bradley, Brianna Fecendo and Meg Tracewell picked up goals to give Garnet Valley a 3-1 win over visiting Penncrest.
Carolyn Schwartz stopped six shots and allowed a goal to Charlotte Beebe.
Kim Shoup notched a hat trick and led Conestoga past host Springfield (Delaware County), 9-0.
Marley Jennings added a pair of goals, while teammates Katie Dunn, Murphee Greeley, Salina Williford and Sophia Zahan contributed single goals for the Pioneers. Conestoga goalie Alex Stone got the shutout without facing a shot.
Michelle Saklad scored three minutes into the first of two overtime periods and boosted Archbishop Ryan past visiting Conwell-Egan, 2-1.
Kerri Retter tied the game for the Ragdolls 26 minutes into the second half and assisted on the game-winning goal. Amanda Johnson assisted on Retter’s goal and Kelly Mott stopped six shots for the Eagles.
Samantha Greenfield scored with two minutes left in the game and handed Archbishop Wood a 2-1 win over visiting Little Flower.
Christine Verrelle also scored for the Vikings off an assist from Greenfield. Alyson Hop earned the win in goal after stopping six shots. Courtney Nienec scored and Erin Gallagher stopped 24 shots for the Sentinels.
Jenny Filipello and Adriana Sciascia converted goals to give Neumann-Goretti a 2-0 win over visiting Hallahan.
Alyssa Miller assisted on Sciascia’s goal and freshman Alaina Zepp stopped six shots for the Saints.
Maureen Hawkins stunned host Archbishop Prendergast with a six-goal outburst for Cardinal Dougherty in a 6-2 victory.
Caroline Hopkins assisted on two goals and Brenna Coll stopped seven shots for the Cardinals. Jess Rotella scored and Miranda Schieler stopped 10 shots for the Pandas.
Julie Gallagher scored twice in the first half and added a pair of assists as Bishop McDevitt beat host Kennedy-Kenrick, 6-1.
Also scoring for the Lancers were Sophia Dicamillo, Krista Farrell, Jess Granese and Amy Keever. Kelly Abner scored for the Wolverines. Nicole Piluso stopped wight shots for McDevitt.
Findlay Flasinski and Stephanie Karalis scored goals for Agnes Irwin in a 3-3 tie with host Springside.
Nicole Lombardo and Melanie Rankin scored for the Lions.
Chelsea Czarnik scored twice off corners by Jordan Smith and led St. Basil past visiting Nazareth Academy, 2-1.
Erica Petrone and Dominique Ponente scored goals to lift Villa Joseph Marie past visiting Mount St. Joseph, 2-0.
Courtney Domanico stopped four shots to earn the shutout in goal for the Jems and Tara Barr stopped nine shots for the Magic.
Julie Mongan and Molly Nawalinski each scored twice to give Villa Maria a 5-0 win over host Merion Mercy.
Kasey Schiavoni added a goal and three assists for the Hurricanes, who got four saves from Kelsy McAnelly.
Lyles Swift-Farley picked up a hat trick and lifted Germantown Friends to a 6-0 win over visiting Academy of the New Church.
Samantha Clarke, Sophie Mecuris and Iris Williamson also scored for the Tigers, who got two assists from Theresa Shropshire and two saves from Molly Tow.
Emily Armstrong chipped in with a goal and an assist to boost Perkiomen Valley past host Interboro, 2-0.
Liz McShane also scored for the Vikings, who got four saves from Amie Cross.