Pa. Girls: Tues. Pa. girls: Keating sets Agnes Irwin mark

Posted: May 08, 2014

Hannah Keating's milestone days continued Tuesday afternoon.

The sophomore netted seven goals in Agnes Irwin's 23-10 win over visiting Notre Dame in an Inter-Ac League girls' lacrosse game.

The seven goals weren't that noteworthy. Not for Keating, who had scored 10 Saturday, including her 100th of the season. But her final tally moved her to the top of the school's career scoring list. She now has 188 goals, one more than Campbell Crochiere (2011).

Her record-setting goal came, as so many before it, with help from Agnes Irwin's all-time assists leader, Bridget Chakey. After adding seven to her total, Chakey has 127 career assists.

Hailey Andress made six stops for the Owls.

Also in the Inter-Ac, Emma Brumbaugh scored a hat trick as Episcopal Academy raced past visiting Germantown Academy, 15-5.

Softball

Emma Busko tripled and homered as Oxford doubled up host Sun Valley, 10-5, in a Ches-Mont American game, but the highlight came from the Vanguards.

With no outs and the Hornets threatening in the fifth inning, Sun Valley's Taylor Potter caught a line drive down the line, stepped on third, and threw to Amber Michael at second to complete a triple play and get out of the inning.

Friends Schools. Isabel Nardi owned the base paths in the fifth inning. She walked, stole second and third, then scored the eventual winning run on a bunt as Friends' Central downed visiting Shipley, 4-2.

Becca Bateman scattered four hits over five innings and struck out four to lead host Germantown Friends over Westtown, 12-0.

Catholic. Conwell-Egan's Tori McCoach went 3 for 4 and scored two runs to help the host Eagles past Little Flower, 6-5.

Pioneer. Methacton's Sarah Rambo went 3 for 3 and scored a run to power the host Warriors over Perkiomen Valley, 3-1.

Pottsgrove scored in each inning en route to a 9-4 win at Upper Perkiomen. Gabi Ermish went 4 for 5, scored three runs, and drove in three.

Inter-Ac. Taylor Long hit for the cycle, going 5 for 5 with seven RBIs, as Episcopal Academy eased past host Germantown Academy, 27-0.

Catholic Academies. Brittany Colombo belted two triples and knocked in three runs as Nazareth turned back visiting Villa Joseph Marie, 10-1.

Central. Ridley raced to a five-run lead after two innings before hanging on for a 5-3 win over visiting Upper Darby.

Kelsey Collevechio drove in two runs and went 3 for 3.

Nonleague. Brooke Harner threw a three-hitter as Kennett blanked visiting Bishop Shanahan, 3-0.


tmahon@phillynews.com

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