Upper Dublin 2, Quakertown 1 >> The Cardinals were dominant, but couldn’t put away Quakertown until overtime where Jess Grodsky scored her second goal of the day.
Upper Dublin 2, Quakertown 1
Upper Dublin 1-0-1 — 2
Quakertown 0-1-0 — 1
Goals-assists: UD, Jess Grodsky 2-0; Shannon Reape 0-1; Emma Mead 0-1; Q, Anna Thompson 1-0.
Saves: Sarah Herchenroder, Megan Muth (3); QT, Morgan Craighead and Amanda Tuley (16).
Shots: UD 32; Q 2.
William Tennent 4, Lansdale Catholic 0 >> The first goal was scored in the ninth minute by Karly Adkins (9) assisted by Jenna Craigan (10). In the 15th minute Lexi Freiling (12) had a direct shot off of a crisp pass from Claudia Krouse (11). In a few short minutes after, Jenna Craigan (10) capitalized on a pass made by Sydne Fairall (11), scoring the third goal of the half. The final goal was made by Sarah Starr (10), assisted by Sydne Fairall (11), in the 40th minute of the second half. Tricia McCoy is heading into the weekend with a shutout.
Tennent 4, LC 0
LC 0-0 — 0
Tennent 3-1 — 4
Goals-assists: Karly Adkins 1-0; Jenna Craigan 1-1; Lexi Freiling 1-0; Claudia Krouse 0-1; Sydne Fairall 0-2. Sarah Starr 1-0.
Spring-Ford 3, Methacton 2 >> Caroline Todd notched two goals as the Rams held on to take a PAC win over the Warriors.
SF jumped out to a two-goal lead in the first half, then added some needed insurance with Todd’s second goal. Angelina Pinciotti added a goal while Lexie Nugent and Erin Wilson each had assists. Jackie Cerchio and Olivia Hoover scored for Methacton.
Christopher Dock 9, Bristol 1 >> Kate Strickland had a hat trick and Jill Bolton added a pair of goals to lead the Pioneers Thursday.
Dock improved to 2-0, with a home game against New Hope coming up on Tuesday.
Christopher Dock 9,
Christopher Dock 7 2 — 9
Bristol 0 1 — 1
CD: Jill Bolton, 28:36; CD: Kate Strickland (Bolton), 27:43; CD: Strickland (Bolton), 24:38; CD: Strickland (Macy Balmer), 24:13; CD: Anna Gwiazdinski (Jamie Kolb), 19:13; CD: Bolton (Jess Schmidt), 11:57; CD: Liv Anderson (Elle Bergey), 5:30.
B: Olivia Alicea (Kasie Pinelli) 20:14 CD: Leah Miller (Olivia Boyle), 22:20; CD: Jess Schmidt (Boyle), 3:25.
Shots: Dock 8; Bristol 1.
Saves: Liz Wanamaker (CD) 1; Michaela Coughlin (B) 8.
Central Bucks West 6, North Penn 3 >> Cadera Smith scored four goals to lead the Bucks past the Knights Thursday.
The Bucks took a 3-1 lead into the break and pulled away after halftime.
Central Bucks West 6,
North Penn 3
Central Bucks West 3 3 — 6
North Penn 1 2 — 3
CB West goals: Cadera Smith 4; Dani Dundas; Taylor Mason.
Saves: Laura Kubit (CBW) 18.
Hatboro-Horsham 1, Springfield 0 >> Gabby Acker scored the lone goal of the game for the Hatters on Thursday.
Hatboro-Horsham 0-1 — 1
Springfield 0-0 — 0
Goals-assists: H, Gabby Acker 1-0.
Saves: S, Isabelle Boles (6).
Jenkintown 2, ANC 1 >> The Drakes won the game on Friday behind goals from Mia Kolb and Lila Mullins.
Jenkintown 2, ANC 1
Goals-assists: Mia Kolb 1-0; Lila Mullins 1-0; Grace McCafferty 0-1.
Saves: Courtney Toadora 2.
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