Fri. Pa. girls’ roundup: Sacred Heart wins on Shallow goal

Posted: September 08, 2012

Kerri Shallow's late goal was all Sacred Heart needed on Friday afternoon to hold off visiting Villa Joseph Marie, 1-0, in a Catholic Academies field hockey game.

The junior scored 20 minutes, 3 seconds into the half, and she was unassisted from the top of the circle. Kate Reilly posted the shutout with 10 saves. Jess Oriente recorded eight saves for Villa.

Pioneer. Eight players scored for Upper Perkiomen as it eased past host Pottsgrove, 14-0. Casey Armstead led the way with four goals and four assists.

Nonleague. Kelly McGowan came off the bench to score a pair of goals for Episcopal Academy as it rolled over visiting Haverford High, 4-1. Alana Dumas added a goal and an assist. Gianna Pileggi recorded the shutout with six saves.

Gabby Tofig and Alex Kuzma scored twice each, and Council Rock North rolled past visiting Central Bucks East, 4-0. Sophomore Julia Singer needed nine saves for her second varsity shutout.

Friends Select scored once in each half to turn back visiting Little Flower, 2-0. Asha Davis and Jada Flint scored for the Falcons.

Girls' Soccer

Hope Roehrs' 78th-minute goal drew Shipley even en route to a 2-2 tie with visiting Inter-Ac foe Episcopal Academy.

She drew the goalie far out of the net and was able to tap the ball past. The Gators scored twice in the second half after falling behind, 2-0. Sophie Katz had the other goal.

Nonleague. Juliana Cassanato finished a cross in the 73d minute to lead Penn Charter past visiting George School, 2-1. Freshman Jalon Slippens put Penn Charter ahead, 1-0, in the first half before Jess Minderjahn tied the score in the second.

Kate White scored in the 77th minute, and Agnes Irwin held on to edge Westtown, 1-0. Autumn Wedderburn posted the shutout with five saves.

Deana Mayza had a hat trick, and Catherine Macklin scored a pair to lead Hill School past Baldwin, 6-1.

Rachel Gilborges's two goals and Stephanie Ulmer's three helped Franklin Towne Charter roll past MaST Charter, 6-0.

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