Thursday girls' soccer roundup

Maureen Hawkins scored the 100th goal of her career and could be the last Cardinal Dougherty soccer player to ever do so.
On a day when the Archdiocese of Philadelphia announced that Dougherty will close at the end of the school year, Hawkins scored twice to reach her milestone and the Cardinals downed visiting West Catholic, 6-0, in a Catholic League Blue Division game yesterday.
Hawkins also assisted on a pair of goals. Amanda Bassallo also scored twice, Andrea Dutch and Samantha Kidd contributed goals and Becky Searight chipped in with three assists. Brenna Coll posted the shutout in goal after stopping three shots.
C.J. Murphy notched a hat trick and Leanna Ashton scored twice to lead Hallahan past host Kennedy-Kenrick, 5-1.
Nicole Napori got the shutout in goal for Hallahan with four saves.

Catholic Red.

 Erika Rauchut stopped 14 shots for St. Hubert and Erin Gallagher turned aside 13 shots for Little Flower in a 2-2 double-overtime tie.
Kerri Goodwin and Coutney Niemec scored for the Sentinels while Kayla Jurimas and Sam Stermel tallied for the Bambies. All of the scoring was in the second half.


Kristen Hinckley and Taylor Trimble scored goals and Kristen Robinson posted her fourth-straight league shutout to give Episcopal Academy a 2-0 win over visiting Notre Dame.
Robinson stopped five shots as did her counterpart, Gianna Spigonardo.

Catholic Academies.

Anyssa Flores scored off an assist from Grace Smigiel with 10 minutes left in the first half and St. Basil held on to beat host Merion Mercy, 1-0.

Erin Scanlon earned the shutout with a seven-save effort.
Kasey Schiavoni scored the lone goal of the game in the first half and handed Villa Maria a 1-0 win over visiting Nazareth Academy.
Kelsy McAnelly turned in four saves to earn the win in goal.


Sarah Castle and Emily Evans scored goals to give Delco Christian a 2-0 win over visiting Neumann-Goretti.
Rachel Bernard assisted on Evans’ goal and Emily Castle stopped three shots to get the shutout. Alaina Zepp turned aside 11 shots for the Saints.