Tues. Pa. girls' roundup: Notre Dame races past Carroll

Posted: September 12, 2012

Notre Dame was threatened early on Tuesday afternoon but bounced back in the second half to stay undefeated and top visiting Archbishop Carroll, 4-2, in nonleague field hockey action.

The two teams went back and forth in a close first half, but Carroll took a 2-0 lead on goals by Katie and Megan Kelly. Notre Dame's Moira Putsch scored for the Irish to cut Carroll's lead to 2-1 at halftime.

In the second half, senior Nina Diamond started the momentum swing for Notre Dame by scoring off an Emily Faught assist and tie the game at 2.

Faught added one of her own with 12 minutes left as she flicked in a rebound off Putsch's miss for a go-ahead goal. Diamond's second goal of the game a few minutes later completed Notre Dame's fourth straight win.

Archbishop Carroll goalkeeper Becca Brosious stopped 17 shots in the loss.  

Public. Four players - Victoria Barraza, Barbara Danhardt, Megan Elmer, and Salena Powers - scored for Washington, helping the Eagles to a 4-1 win at Central.

Washington goalie Kaitlin Sommers stopped three of the four shots she faced. The one that got by her came with less than two minutes left in the game, denying her the shutout.

Francesca Campanaro and Cierra Jeffries each scored twice to lead Northeast past visiting Girls High, 5-0.  

Central. Senior Becca Lucci scored on two loose rebounds to give Strath Haven a 2-0 home win over Garnet Valley. She lifted both rebounds over the Garnet Valley goalkeeper, and Caroline Boyd recorded a shutout on the other end with four saves.

Girls' Soccer

Michelle Litronica scored with five minutes left to lift Conwell-Egan to a 3-2, nonleague win at Pope John Paul II.

Litronica took a nice through ball from Maddie Michaels and fired the game-winner into the right side of the net.

Grace McNamara and Olivia Taylor scored the other two goals for the Eagles, and Katherine Roth had both of the visiting Golden Panthers' goals.

In other nonleague action, Archbishop Ryan held on to top Friends' Central, 2-1. The Ragdolls scored both of their goals in the first half, including Scarlet Walsh's 30-yard line drive 24 minutes into the game.

Shipley put on an offensive clinic en route to a 5-0 win at St. Andrew's (Del.). Sophie Katz and Nancy Selig had two goals apiece, and Nia Holland contributed two assists. Maya Overton and Ally Kothari had the combined shutout in goal. Shipley improved to 2-0-1.  

Catholic Academies. Mount St. Joseph scored two first-half goals and cruised to a 2-0 win at home against Gwynedd-Mercy.

Courtney Higginson tapped in an Amanda Hawthrone header in the first minute, and Meg McCabe also scored.

Central. Harriton and host Springfield (Delco) scored in the first 10 minutes before playing to a 1-1 tie.

Madison Pelletier scored in the third minute for Harriton, and Springfield pulled even six minutes later on an Emily Verica goal.

Tennis

Jamie Jones and Emily Seeburger won at fourth doubles as Conestoga cruised at Central League opponent Upper Darby, 7-0.

On Monday, the Pioneers topped Harriton, 4-3, in a pivotal match toward deciding the league's outcome. Conestoga is the three-time defending league champion, a title usually clinched by defeating Harriton.

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