Fri. Pa. girls' roundup: Freshmen give boost to Masterman

Posted: May 19, 2012

Freshmen Julianne Waller and Tatyanah Brehouse helped Masterman defeat visiting Prep Charter, 8-5, in the Public League softball playoff quarterfinals on Friday.

Walter, a rightfielder, went 3 for 3 and scored twice. Brehouse, a righthanded pitcher, struck out 16 and walked four in a complete game.

Also in the quarterfinals, Sarah Rosenberg allowed just one hit and struck out nine to help Central roll over visiting Northeast, 11-1. Gwen Franklin went 3 for 4 and Ryann Carroll added a two-run single.

Junior righthander Rachel Broomhead struck out nine and walked two as Franklin Towne Charter won, 15-1, at Lincoln, 15-1. Sophomore shortstop Deanna Robinson hit a three-run triple in the third inning.

Rebekah Medina went 3 for 3 and scored twice as visiting Philadelphia Academy Charter ousted Girls High, 8-1. Chelsea Cashman recorded three RBIs.

Nonleague. A day after clinching the Pioneer Athletic Conference title, Perkiomen Valley topped host Souderton, 4-2. Rachel Hamm sealed the win with a two-run single in the sixth.

On Thursday night, Erin Hamm pitched her first career perfect game to clinch the PAC-10 title with an 8-0 win over Methacton at Pine Forge AA. She fanned seven as the Vikings won the league crown for the first time.


Becca Dahle recorded her 400th career assist to help lead Friends' Central to its third straight Friends Schools League championship with a 10-8 win over Germantown Friends at Haverford College.

The Brown-bound senior reached the mark with a pass to Ashley Tedesco in the first half. Dahle finished with three goals and four assists, and Tedesco scored five times and had two assists. Junior Aubrey Faggen recorded 12 saves for the win.

Inter-Ac. Brooke Kiley scored a game-high 10 goals to reach 100 for the second straight season, as Germantown Academy rolled at Agnes Irwin, 22-16. Kiley, a senior, has 106 goals this season after scoring 103 last year.

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