Monday, July 6, 2015

Pa.: Saturday Field Hockey

Brooke Sabia made the most of twin sister Allie’s assist, scoring a goal for Mount St. Joseph in a 3-0 nonleague win at Christopher Dock. Sabia took a pass from twin sister Allie and scored the only goal the Magic needed. They also got goals from Caitlin Liberatore and Natalie Tacka.

Pa.: Saturday Field Hockey

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Brooke Sabia made the most of twin sister Allie’s assist, scoring a goal for Mount St. Joseph in a 3-0 nonleague win at Christopher Dock. Sabia took a pass from twin sister Allie and scored the only goal the Magic needed. They also got goals from Caitlin Liberatore and Natalie Tacka.

Heather Morris scored twice for Hill School in a 3-1 win at Episcopal Academy. The Blues scored a pair of goals in the first half.

Julia Tyson scored three goals to power host Shipley past Agnes Irwin, 6-1. Allison Dombroski added a goal and two assists.

Jessica McCarthy scored a goal and assisted on the other as host Haverford High beat Sacred Heart, 2-0.

Maura McKendrick had two goals for host Notre Dame in a 6-1 win over Merion Mercy.

Lindsey Mace scored three goals for host Springfield (Delaware County) in a 5-1 win over Pottsgrove.

Pioneer Athletic. Tracy Masciandaro had 18 saves to help host Spring-Ford outlast Phoenixville, 2-1.

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