Fri. Pa. girls’ roundup: Daniels lifts North Penn

Posted: September 01, 2012

Mackenzie Daniels emerged from a scrum in front of the net to score the game-winning goal as North Penn turned away visiting Lansdale Catholic, 2-1, on Friday afternoon in a nonleague soccer game.

Daniels' goal came four minutes into overtime, as Lansdale Catholic forced the extra period with a late goal by Michaela Crimlish.

With eight minutes left in regulation, North Penn went ahead 1-0 on a breakaway goal by Katie Miller.

In other nonleague action, M.K. Maloney's aggressive effort on defense helped Mount St. Joseph blank Upper Perkiomen, 2-0. The freshman midfielder also had one assist.

Kiersten Daly scored a goal and assisted on another as Lower Merion topped host Notre Dame, 2-0. Danielle Baer recorded seven saves for the shutout.

Cardinal O'Hara's Catherine Wroblewski scored a pair of goals and Carrie Zamonski turned away seven shots en route to a 5-0 win at Marple Newtown.

Lilly Walls scored four goals and Savannah Widdicombe had another as host Pope John Paul II downed Pottsgrove, 5-3.

Uche Onuoha finished a corner with 4 minutes left in regulation to lift Pennsbury over visiting Garnet Valley, 1-0.

Field Hockey

Alyssa Chillano and Gabby Major scored a pair of goals to help Spring-Ford down visiting Neshaminy, 4-1, in a nonleague game.

Also in nonleague play, Haeli McCabe assisted Kristin Schaen for the game-winning goal in the second half as Kennett blanked host Interboro, 1-0.

Syracuse-bound Audree Bonavita complied 10 saves as Perkiomen Valley shut out Easton, 5-0. Freshman Christine Balestra picked up three goals in her varsity debut.

Junior wing Moira Pusch scored with 14 minutes left from the right of the circle and Notre Dame edged visiting Villa Maria, 1-0.

Sophomore Gabby Carlini recorded the shutout with 10 saves.

Sophomore Hailey Dalerio recorded 16 saves as Garnet Valley topped visiting Unionville, 3-2.

Steel City Tournament. Charlotte Cornell scored a pair of goals as Upper Darby captured the tournament final with a 4-0 win over Academy Park at Coatesville.

Earlier, Academy Park turned away Coatesville, 2-1, behind two assists by Valerie Kretenko. Nicole Dominick and Haley O'Donnell led a second-half charge with goals a minute apart.

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