Thursday field hockey roundup

Zeborah Flippen handled all of the scoring for Girls High in a 4-0 Public win over visiting Central.


Madira Holliman stopped two shots to earn the shutout in goal.
Kelsey Palmer notched a hat trick and boosted Washington past visiting Lincoln, 7-0.

Also scoring for the Eagles were Kale Carrero, Lyndsey Hoban, Yazmin Malter and Hilary McFillin.
Northeast spread the scoring around and tripped visiting Rhodes, 10-0.
Steph Candoi scored twice and was joined by teammates Jen Alcalde, Sarah Barbakoff, Sandi Chaziaras, Ashley Harkins, Steph Hughes, Paula Sitek, Erica Thompson and Julianne Timcho who collected single goals.

Inter-Ac.

Katie DeGennaro scored in each half and boosted Springside past visiting Baldwin, 4-2.
DeGennaro’s second goal gave the Lions a 3-1 lead. Nicole Volgraf also scored twice and goalie Ashley Hale stopped four shots. Taylor Nickens and Brooke Simone scored for the Bears.

Central.

 Denise McKeown scored twice and Rachael Gordon added a goal and an assist for Marple Newtown in a 3-1 win over host Lower Merion.
Olivia Menta also assisted on a goal and Gina Smith came through with eight saves for the Tigers. Christine Mazzanobile stopped 14 shots for the Aces.

Kate Bruno and Caroline Parker scored goals and Catherine McGowan stopped a pair of shots to lead Haverford High to a 2-0 win over visiting Penncrest.
Teresa Nigolian stopped 32 shots for the Lions.

Catholic Academies.

Julia Boyle recorded eight saves for Episcopal Academy in a 0-0 overtime tie with visiting Notre Dame.

Tri-County.

 Laura Glogovsky notched a goal and an assist to lead Perkiomen School past visiting Kimberton Waldorf, 4-3.
Mary Lawrence, Jenn Pieri and Rosa Wenckstern also scored goals, Anya Schultz chipped in with an asisst and Alexa Turner stopped 17 shots for the Indians.

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