Wednesday, August 27, 2014
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Pa.: Saturday Girls' Soccer

Emma Husted-Sherman scored twice for Strath Haven in a 6-0 nonleague win at Great Valley.

Pa.: Saturday Girls' Soccer

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Emma Husted-Sherman scored twice for Strath Haven in a 6-0 nonleague win at Great Valley.

Kim Shoup scored on a through ball off a Tori DiRico assist to give host Conestoga a 1-0 win over West Chester Rustin. Conestoga, the No. 2 team in the Inquirer Top 10, is now 10-1.

Baldwin got three saves from goalie Claire Henkel in a 3-0 win over visiting Friends’ Central.

Nazareth Academy scored three second-half goals, two by Maggie Borski, to win, 3-1, at Perkiomen Valley. Theresa McKeown also scored for the Pandas (7-6-1, 4-4-1). Frankie Barnett scored for the Vikings.

Penny Aubrey and Victoria Batter scored first-half goals for Ridley in a 3-1 win over visiting Interboro. Courtney Najmola added a goals for the Green Raiders (8-4-1). Brianna Thompson scored for the Bucs.

Jen Houtmann scored the first three goals of the game and Springfield (Delaware County) needed to hold on for a 3-2 win at Pottsgrove. Jill Norris and Hannah Steffenino scored for the Falcons.

Host Radnor needed an overtime goal from Jesse Cunilio to beat Spring-Ford, 2-1. Cunilio scored with 3 minutes, 42 seconds left in the second overtime for the win. The Red Raiders also got a first-half goal from Leah O’Malley. The Rams tied the game with 7:07 left in the first half on a goal by Nikki Lynch.

Leanne Heuer scored in the final 1:30 of regulation to give host Methacton a 2-2 tie with Lansdale Catholic. Megan Poiesz scored both goals for the Crusaders. Her first tied it at 1-1 and her second gave Lansdale Catholic a 2-1 lead. Amanda Brodercik scored the other goal for the Warriors.

Host Archbishop Wood got a pair of goals from Kelsey Celline to beat Germantown Academy, 3-0. Samantha Greenfield also scored for the Vikings (10-1), the No. 4-ranked team in the Inquirer Top 10.  Eighth-ranked Germantown Academy fell to 5-2.

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