Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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Pa.: Monday Girls' Soccer

Kate Hopkins barely broke a sweat as Unionville’s first-half goalie in an 8-0 Ches-Mont League win at Oxford, but got plenty of exercise in the second half by scoring a pair of goals for the Indians. Hopkins had no saves because the Indians (10-2-1 overall, 9-0 league) handcuffed the Hornets to no shots. The same was true for Hopkins’ backup goalie, Dana Robidoux, who subbed in the second half and also had no saves.

Pa.: Monday Girls' Soccer

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Kate Hopkins barely broke a sweat as Unionville’s first-half goalie in an 8-0 Ches-Mont League win at Oxford, but got plenty of exercise in the second half by scoring a pair of goals for the Indians. Hopkins had no saves because the Indians (10-2-1 overall, 9-0 league) handcuffed the Hornets to no shots.
The same was true for Hopkins’ backup goalie, Dana Robidoux, who subbed in the second half and also had no saves.

First-half goals by Laura Davidson and Emily Heitzman gave host Kennett a 2-0 win over Great Valley.

Pioneer Athletic. Raelynn Mikell scored a goal and assisted on the other as Boyertown survived, 2-1, at Perkiomen Valley. The Bears (11-2, 9-0) got three saves from goalie Lizzie Kish. Amie Cross scored a second-half goal for the Vikings.

Amanda McKinley turned a corner kick by Megan Yates into a goal that gave Spring-Ford a 1-0 win at Methacton. Goalie Allie Sasek had nine saves.

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Deanna Mayza scored three goals for Upper Perkiomen in a 4-0 win at Phoenixville.

Del-Val. Gabrielle Wawro’s two goals helped Harriton to a 5-1 win at Chichester.

Penn-Jersey. Shamiso Zsengwe had scored on a penalty kick to give host Girard College a 1-0 win over Doane Academy (N.J.).

Tri-County. Sarah Gordon had a goal and an assist in Barrack Hebrew’s 3-2 win at Woodlynde. Danielle Wachs scored to strech a 2-1 lead into 3-1 for the Cougars (6-5).

Nonleague. Kendall Frey and Allison Wheat scored for Downingtown East in a 2-0 win at Gwynedd-Mercy.

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