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Campbell’s pair of goals pushes Bonner & Prendie to victory

Meghan Campbell tallied twice, including the winner midway through the second half to give Monsignor Bonner & Archbishop Prendergast a 5-4 victory over Neumann-Goretti in Catholic League girls soccer action Monday.

Campbell converted a pass from Nicole Schwindt for the winner. Erin Carty added one goal and one assist. AnnMarie Papa and Brianna McCarty also scored for the Pandas.

Cardinal O’Hara 3, Bishop McDevitt 1 >> Emily McGuire and Sam Mantegna scored in the first half, and Alissa Crognale added a goal in the second half for the Lions.

McGuire’s goal was the winner. For Mantegna, it was the first goal of her varsity career. Persistence by Crognale forced a mistake and a goal with four minutes to go. Goalie Kerry Patterson made two saves for the shutout.

Lansdale Catholic 3, Archbishop Carroll 2 >> Kate Henesey broke a 2-2 deadlock with four minutes left in the game. She led the Crusaders with two goals.

Lara Ramirez and Morgan Rake turned in a strong defensive effort for the Patriots (2-3, 2-2 Catholic League). Rachel Matey led the offense with one goal and one assist. Bella Sorrentino tied the game 10 minutes into the second half off an assist from Matey. Lexi Hagan (one assist) had a solid game for Carroll.

In the Ches-Mont League:

Great Valley 1, Sun Valley 0 >> Cassidy Hoops put home the winner off the crossbar with 18 minutes left in the game.

McKenzie McGinnis and Elizabeth Morgan were strong in the midfield for the Vanguards (4-3), while goalie Amy Parker made three saves.

In nonleague action:

Ridley 5, Chichester 3 >> Vicky Zielke scored twice, including the winner with 11 minutes to go in the game. Rachel Smith, Sarah Hurley, Sam Najmola also scored for Ridley. Maddie Carroll turned in a strong effort on defense, while Micah Schiavo was solid in the midfield for the Green Raiders (3-4-0).  

Monigo Karnley netted two goals and Megan Carroll added one for Chi.

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