Saturday, October 10, 2015

Pa.: Monday Field Hockey

Pennsbury made it seven games though the season as the only unbeaten field hockey team in Suburban One National Conference play before Council Rock North stopped that streak Monday.

Pa.: Monday Field Hockey


Pennsbury made it seven games though the season as the only unbeaten field hockey team in Suburban One National Conference play before Council Rock North stopped that streak Monday.

The host Indians (7-4-1 overall, 5-2-1 league) got first-half goals from Becky Ely and Hannah Plappert and held on for a 2-1 win. Assists went to Elly Plappert and Becky Ely. The lone tally for the Falcons (9-2 overall, 7-1 league) was scored by Jenna Allen.

Host Council Rock South got a pair of goals from Colleen Diviny in a 3-0 win over Truman.

Suburban One American. Zoe Kale’s two goals were the difference for Wissahickon in a 3-2 win at Springfield (Montgomery County).

Amy Cross had a goal and two assists for Upper Dublin in a 4-0 win at Cheltenham.

Arian Horn and Galen Newsum each scored twice for host Plymouth-Whitemarsh in a 6-0 win over Upper Merion.

Suburban One Continental. Brittany Meyer scored off a Megan Starner assist to give Central Bucks East a 1-0 win over visiting North Penn.

Christina Portelli scored a pair of first-half goals for Hatboro-Horsham in a 5-0 win over visiting Souderton.

Public. Brandi Tucker’s second-half goal gave Girls’ High a 1-0 win at Franklin Towne Charter.

Catholic. Megan George scored three of her four goals in the first half to get Cardinal O’Hara off to a good start in a 9-0 win over visiting Little Flower. The Lions (11-0-1, 6-0) also got a pair of goals from Megan Babcock.

Pioneer Athletic. Hollis Coleman scored a second-half goal to break a tie and give host Perkiomen Valley a 2-1 win over Boyertown.

Cassidy Arner’s two goals gave host Upper Perkiomen a 2-1 win over Phoenixville.

Bicentennial. Stacey MacArthur’s goal, off a pass from Brittney Weidemann, gave host Delco Christian a 3-2 win over Christopher Dock. Weidemann scored in the first half to give the Knights a 1-0 lead.

Catholic Academies. Villa Maria remained unbeaten, getting a pair of goals from Caroline Troncelliti, in a 5-0 win at St. Basil.
The Hurricanes (12-0, 10-0) also got a goal and two assists from Marie Elena Bolles.

Nonleague. Laura Hill and Haley Smith scored for Jenkintown in a 2-1 win over visiting St. Hubert.

Sarah Hospodar scored the game-winning goal with five minutes left to give Merion Mercy a 2-1 win at Ridley.

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