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Wednesday field hockey

Kristine Visco’s goal with 15 minutes left in the second half gave host Archbishop Ryan a 1-0 Catholic League win over Conwell-Egan.

Wednesday field hockey

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Kristine Visco’s goal with 15 minutes left in the second half gave host Archbishop Ryan a 1-0 Catholic League win over Conwell-Egan.

Tori Veoli scored twice for host St. Hubert in a 5-0 win over Little Flower. Julia Delong, Ann McCrane and Katie McFadden also scored.


Suburban One American.

Kierstan McLennon scored with 2 minutes, 50 seconds left in the overtime to give Springfield (Montgomery County) a 4-3 win at Upper Dublin.
The Spartans made the Cardinals pay for an earlier yellow card as Upper Dublin was playing shorthanded for at the time of the winning goal.
The Spartans had the lead with 20 minutes remaining in regulation before Kelly Cross tied the game on a Brooke Callahan assist to force the overtime.
Emily Hitchings had the other two goals for Upper Dublin.
The Spartans also had single goals from Tierney Carabba, Elise DiFilippo and Jill Simmons.
Maggie Olson had eight saves in goal for the Spartans. Upper Dublin’s Brittany Rowley had six saves in goal.

Suburban One National.

 Maria Karidas’ first-half goal gave Council Rock South a 1-0 win at Neshaminy.

Del-Val.

Joe Forte scored half of Academy Park’s goals in a 6-1 win over visiting Penn Wood. The Vanguards (7-5-2, 3-0-2) also got goals from Kellian Gallagher, Heather Jackson and Sara Jackson. Owumni Joloaso had 28 saves in goal for the Patriots.

Goals by Shannon Deihl, Kim Johnston and Erika Tamdon gave host Interboro a 3-1 win over Chichester.
Laura Meehan scored in the second half for the Eagles.

Ches-Mont.

Emily Hagar scored twice for Great Valley in a 5-1 win at Octorara.
Pioneer Athletic.

Kelly Bonner and Amanda Fuertsch each scored twice for Owen J. Roberts in a 7-0 win at Spring-Ford.

Cassidy Arner, Becca Connor, Leah High and Emily Rosenberger scored for host Upper Perkiomen in a 4-1 win over St. Pius X.
Hollis Coleman scored with 15 minutes left to host give Perkiomen Valley a 1-0 win over Methacton.

Bicentennial.

 Nina Vidakoric’s second goal of the game, six minutes into the second half, gave host New Hope-Solebury a 2-2 tie with Delco Christian.


Kelly McGarry scored with 15 minutes left to give host Lower Moreland a 2-1 win over Jenkintown.

Catholic Academies.

Keira Zambon scored twice as host Merion Mercy got off to a good start in a 5-1 win over visiting St. Basil. Sarah Hospodar added a goal and an assist for the Golden Bears, who also got single goals from Emily Corcoran and Sara Seigfried.
Merion Mercy led, 4-0, at the end of the first half and liberally substituted in the second half.
Madelein Brownsley scored the only goal of the game for the Panthers.


Nonleague.

 Host Germantown Academy scored five first-half goals, two by Meg Palmer, in a 6-0 win over Northeast.
The Patriots also had single goals from Rachel Burke, Lily Cramer, Tracy Duryea and Brooke Kiley and four saves in goal from Carly Hilman.

Chloe Baro needed to make only a pair of saves for the shutout as host Pottsgrove topped Nazareth Academy, 2-0. Sydney Coleman and Jessica Kurtz scored and Emily Santangelo provided the assist on the Coleman goal.

Kara Shields scored an unassisted goal with four minutes remaining in the first half for Sacred Heart in a 1-0 win over visiting Archbishop Prendergast.
The Lions played good defense in front of goalie Taylor Brady, who needed to make only a pair of saves for the shutout.

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