Monday, July 6, 2015

Wednesday's field hockey roundup

Avery Safford saved her best game for when her team needed it most, scoring all three goals as Shipley beat host Baldwin, 3-2, in a nonleague battle of field hockey unbeatens. Safford has seven goals and three assists on the season and her third goal, all in the first half, gave the Gators (7-0) a 3-0 lead. The Bears (3-1-2) came roaring back to make it a game on goals by Brooke Simone and Nicole Wells, but the Gators’ defense prevented the equalizer.

Wednesday's field hockey roundup

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Avery Safford saved her best game for when her team needed it most, scoring all three goals as Shipley beat host Baldwin, 3-2, in a nonleague battle of field hockey unbeatens.
Safford has seven goals and three assists on the season and her third goal, all in the first half, gave the Gators (7-0) a 3-0 lead.
The Bears (3-1-2) came roaring back to make it a game on goals by Brooke Simone and Nicole Wells, but the Gators’ defense prevented the equalizer.

Public

 Central needed overtime to beat visiting Franklin Towne Charter on Tuesday. Wednesday, the Lancers traveled to Franklin Towne Charter and had a much easier time, coming away with a 3-0 win.
Talia Fish, who had a pair of assists in a 2-1 overtime win on Tuesday, scored one of the three goals Wednesday.
The Lancers also got goals from Robyn Freedman and Genna Kachur.

Catholic

Kate Johnston had five goals for Kennedy-Kenrick in an 8-0 win at Bishop McDevitt.
The Wolverines also got two goals from Erin Price and one more from Amanda Fedak.


Raphaela Rocha scored twice for Archbishop Ryan in a 3-0 win at Little Flower.


Jen DiPaolo’s goal gave Archbishop Wood a 1-0 win at Conwell-Egan.


St. Hubert scored three second-half goals to beat visiting Lansdale Catholic, 3-1, two off assists from Julia Delong. Taylor Carroll, Christine Morton and Tori Veoli scored for the Bambies (1-6), who got six saves in goal from Marissa Bolgna.


Suburban One National

Elly Plappert scored three goals to power host Council Rock North to an 8-0 win over Abington.


Emily Hegner and Kathleen Zampirri scored for Neshaminy in a 2-0 win over Bensalem.


Pennsbury scored all five goals in the first half and coasted to a 5-0 win over visiting Truman. Nikki Cuthbert scored twice, while Jenna Allen, Allie Brady and Melinda Feyko also scored. Allen also assisted on Brady’s goal.


Suburban One Continental

Maddy Harding’s unassisted goal with 6 minutes, 54 seconds left in overtime gave host Central Bucks South a 2-1 win over North Penn.
Harding’s goal came on a reverse sweep in the circle. Sarah Hughes scored the other goal for the Titans (6-1-1).

Suburban One American

Gretchen Guaglionone scored twice and Aubrey Bossert scored once and assisted twice to lead unbeaten Wissahickon to an 8-0 win at Upper Merion.
The Trojans (8-0) scored six goals in the first half.


Emily Hitchings posted the only two goals of the first half for Upper Dublin in a 4-0 win at Norristown. Amy McCaffrey added a goal and an assist in the second half for the Cardinals.


Galen Newsum scored three goals for host Plymouth Whitemarsh in a 5-0 win over Cheltenham.


Ches-Mont

Emily Clark scored three goals to power Avon Grove to a 6-0 win at Coatesville. The Red Devils also got goals from Kate Colagreco (two) and Ali Smith. Abby Wheble chipped in with three assists, and teammate Charlotte Mabon added two more.

Pioneer Athletic

Chandler Giesle scored half of Perkiomen Valley’s goals in a 6-1 win over visiting St. Pius X. Teammate Annmarie Carroll, a sophomore, provided the other highlight, scoring her first varsity goal.

Owen J. Roberts had a 15-3 advantage in corners but had to settle for a 0-0 tie at Pottstown. The Wildcats are 9-1-1.

Del-Val

Jess Klinger had Chichester’s goal in a 1-0 win at Penn Wood.

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