Pa. Roundup: Izzy Jacobson stays hot, nets second hat trick of the week in Barrack Hebrew win

Springfield Chestnut Hill Academy’s Emily McNesby (left).

Izzy Jacobson recorded her second hat trick of the week Wednesday as the Barrack Hebrew girls’ soccer team beat Phil Mont Christian, 3-2. Jacobson had three goals Monday in a 7-0 win over Cristo Rey.

West Chester Rustin benefited from a five-goal second half to race past Octorara, 6-0.

Kayla Mesaros notched two goals in Pope John Paul II’s 3-0 win over Upper Perkiomen.

Iveana Ortega’s hat trick lifted Benjamin Rush over Friere Charter, 4-1.

Emily McNesby’s four goals led Springside Chestnut Hill to an 8-0 victory over Abington Friends.

Field Hockey

Jess Dixon scored twice in Plymouth Whitemarsh’s 4-0 victory over Suburban One American Conference foe Upper Dublin.

Emily Owens scored the lone goal as Methacton edged Owen J. Roberts, 1-0.

Isabel Lobiondo led her team with two goals in Perkiomen Valley’s 7-0 win over Norristown.

Maddie Yoder’s two goals were the difference for Springfield (Montco) in a 3-1 win over Upper Moreland.

Grace Leprosti netted two goals in Merion Mercy’s 2-0 win over Agnes Irwin.

Kate Claver and Izzy Robinson-Cloete scored two goals apiece in George School’s 8-0 defeat over Morrisville. Friends’ Select used goals from six different players in a 6-1 victory over Academy Park.

Sophia Acosta, Gianna Pantaleo, and Maddie Rehak all scored in Episcopal Academy’s 3-1 win over Lawrenceville.

Boys’ Soccer

Evan Eckert finished with two goals in Franklin Towne Charter’s 3-1 triumph over Washington.

Colin Flanigan scored two goals in Pope John Paul II’s 4-1 win over Upper Perkiomen.

Nolan Schweitzer and Calvin Thomas had one goal apiece in Spring-Ford’s 2-0 victory over Boyertown. Hunter Hudak made six saves to pick up the shutout.

Philadelphia Academy Charter and Central played to a 1-1 tie in a Public League matchup.


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