Thursday's field hockey roundup

Juanila Velasquez stopped five shots including a breakaway in overtime and helped Northeast tie host Girls High, 0-0, in a Public League game.
Nadira Holliman turned aside three shots for Girls High.

Yazmin Malter led a potent Washington scoring attack with a hat trick and the Eagles tripped visiting Rhodes, 9-0.
Barbara Danhart added a pair of goals while Kale Carrero, Carissa Domingo, Kelsey Palmer and Selena Powers contributed single goals. Liz Miller and Julianna Garcia each made a save in goal for Washington.


Ali Kelly scored in the first half and Maddi Shutt stopped 10 shots to give Radnor a 1-0 win over host Conestoga.
Rachel Tannenbaum stopped eight shots for the Pioneers.

Kellie Vetter scored first and Courtney Kelly added a pair of goals to give Haverford High a 3-0 win over host Upper Darby.
Jessica McCarthy chipped in with a pair of assists and Becky Bronstein added an assist for the Fords who got a save from Catherine McGowan. Tory Ward turned aside 10 shots for the Royals.

Alex Duckenfield notched a hat trick and added a pair of assists to lift Strath Haven past visiting Lower Merion, 6-0.
Emily Michael contributed a goal and an assist and Maddy Wharton chipped in with a goal for the Panthers who got one save from Kylie deGrouchy.

Carly McColgan accounted for a pair of goals and an assist for Ridley in a 6-0 win over visiting Penncrest.
Samantha Bartow chipped in with a goal and two assists, Liz Calise added a goal and an assist and teammates Courtney Culp and Alexis Zambino collected single goals each for the Green Raiders wnho got eight saves from Meghan Pitts. Teresa Nigolian stopped 12 shots for the Lions.

Suburban One Continental

 Sarah Hughes and Franny Ryan collected second-half goals to give Central Bucks South a 2-0 win over host Central Bucks East.
Kayla Kenney and Maddy Harding got the assists while Liz Lewallen picked up three saves for the Titans.


Emily Hagar notched a hat trick and paced Great Valley to a 6-0 win over West Chester Rustin.
Jess Nawojski added a pair of goals and two assists, Rachel Orlow accounted for a goal and Becca Hasz along with Chelsea Nawojski picked up assists. for the Patriots who got four saves from Christina Heston. Erin Hadfield stopped 12 shots for the Golden Knights.

Pioneer Athletic

Brittany Jordan and Taylor Crabtree each scored twice to lift Spring-Ford past visiting Pottstown, 5-0.
Crabtree scored both of her goals in the second half when the Rams expanded on a 1-0 halftime margin. Simone Vagnoni and Brandy Nice collected assists and Tracy Masciandaro stopped 16 shots for Spring-Ford. Mariah White made 10 saves for the Trojans.


Erin Dawson turned in her sixth shutout of the season and led Jenkintown past host Bristol, 1-0.
Dawson stopped two shots and was backed by Tori Ballentine who scored 10 minutes into the game.

Kelsey Anderson scored with 15 minutes left in the game and led Lower Moreland past visiting Delco Christian, 1-0.
Moira McEntee assisted on the goal and Emily Ranieri kept the Knights out of the cage.

Catholic Academies

Caitlin Liberatore and Jenna Seybert each scored twice in the first half to help Mount St. Joseph beat visiting St. Basil, 6-0.
Meg Mulhern and Natalie Tacka also scored for the Magic who got an assist from Mary Jo Horgan. Goalies Celia Vinceguerra and Kat Matchett did not face a shot and shared the shutout.

Caroline Troncelliti notched a hat trick and sparked Villa Maria to a 5-0 win over visiting Sacred Heart.
Marie Elana Bolles assisted on every goal, leading to scores by Sam Mueller and Sam Ostoich. Anna Zarkoski earned the shutout after stopping nine shots while Lions’ goalie Taylor Brady turned aside six shots.


Katie Wimmer and Laura Meehan picked up goals early in the first half and sparked Chichester to a 2-0 win over host Friends’ Central.
Lexie Naughton assisted on Wimmer’s goal. Gabby Capone stopped 12 shots for the Phoenix.

Sasha Scott scored with 10 minutes left in the second half to force overtime and Owumni Jolaoso stopped seven shots, but Penn Wood fell to visiting Little Flower, 2-1.