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Thursday Girls' Field Hockey

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Thursday Girls' Field Hockey

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Field Hockey

Becky Donkin hit the back of the cage with a goal and led Ridley past host Strath Haven, 1-0, in a Central League game.
Donkin scored with eight minutes left in the game. Megan Pitts preserved the shutout after stopping seven shots. Panthers’ goalie Kylie deGrouchy stopped six shots.

Lauren Bond, Taylor Kazlo and Stevie Winchester scored goals as Penncrest shaded host Garnet Valley, 3-2.
Sam Kirby and Ashley Razzano scored for the Jaguars, who got 12 saves from Ashley Smitheman. Teresa Nigolian stopped eight shots for the Lions.

Nicola Coakley and Jill Phillips struck for a goal and an assist each for Conestoga in a 4-1 win over host Springfield (Delaware County).
Candice Spesanic and Taylor Sticklin also scored for the Pioneers.

Haverford High scored three times in the second half and handled visiting Lower Merion, 4-0.
Kate Bruno, Kelsey LeBlanc, Jessica McCarthy and Natasha Orehowsky scored for the Fords, who got a shutout without facing a shot from Lindsay Baker. Aces’ goalie Christine Mazzahobile turned aside 28 shots.

Radnor used a balanced scoring attack to beat host Upper Darby, 5-0.
Helene Caniglia, Natalie Conicella, Ellie Kraus, Maddy Ostrander and Erika Zitch scored for the Red Raiders, who got a combined nine saves from Madi Shutt and Jordan Green.


Public. Jessica Lewis scored an unassisted goal 14 minutes, 44 seconds into the game and Franklin Towne Charter held on to beat visiting Lincoln, 1-0.
Ashley Gosner posted the shutout in goal for the Coyotes.


In another league game, Hilary McFillin notched a goal early in the first half and handed Washington a 1-0 win over visiting Northeast.
Juliana Garcia earned the shutout in goal for the Eagles.

Central jumped on visiting Rhodes for five goals in the first half and earned an 8-2 victory.
Talia Fish and Angena Mombrun each scored twice for the Lancers, who got single goals from Yaasmeen Ahmad, Robyn Freedman, Victoria McFarland and Lauren Stander. Jade Williams scored both goals for Rhodes.

Inter-Ac. Katie DeGennaro picked up a hat trick and sparked Springside to an 8-2 win over visiting Agnes Irwin.
Allie DeFelice, Libby Maine and Nicole Volgraf also scored for the Lions while Chelsea Gilman and Caitlin McGilvery tallied for the Owls.

Suburban One American. Ariana Horn struck for a pair of goals and led Plymouth Whitemarsh past visiting Norristown, 6-0.
Bryn Frankhouser added a goal and two assists while Katie Biddle, Meg McCullough and Galen Newsum chipped in with single goals for the Colonials. PW goalie Becky Stiteler stopped one shot, while Eagles goalie Maddie Kline turned back 16 shots.

Ches-Mont. Nicole Paoline and Stef Pirri collected goals to give Downingtown West a 2-0 win over host West Chester East.

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