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Reporter-Area Field Hockey Roundup: North Penn earns 4th straight win

Bri O’Donnell and Mikayla Barrow both scored twice as the North Penn field hockey team beat Central Bucks South 4-1 for its fourth straight victory Wednesday.

O’Donnell and Julia Scanlon added assists while Brynne Schoppe made 10 saves for the Knights (4-4-0, 3-2-0 conference). Erin Chioffe scored the lone goal for CB South (2-3-1, 2-3-0).

Central Bucks West 3, Souderton 3 >> Central Bucks West held a 3-1 lead at halftime but Isabella Palde scored twice after the break for Souderton as the SOL Continental sides settled for a draw.

Taylor Mason, Bryn Boylan and Eva Altadonna each had a goal for the Bucks (5-2-1, 4-1-1 conference). Ashlyn Catto had the first goal for the Indians (5-3-1, 2-2-1).

Upper Dublin 3, Hatboro-Horsham 2 >> All five goals in the SOL American contest came in the first half, with visiting Upper Dublin scoring the final three – Elizabeth Barber’s tally at 9:34 before intermission the game-winner.

Jess Grodsky collected the other two goals for the Cardinals (5-2-1, 5-1-0 conference). Heather Timm and Kaitlyn Wallace scored for Hatboro-Horsham (3-5-0, 3-3-0).

Upper Perkiomen 3, Dock Mennonite Academy 2 >> Jill Bolton scored twice and made two defensive saves for Dock Mennonite but Hope Flack’s goal with 35 seconds left sent the Pioneers to defeat for the first time this season.

Jess Schmidt had an assist while Liz Wanamaker stopped 17 shots for Dock (5-1-0, 5-0-0 Bicentennial). Liz Fox and Michaela Swenk also tallied goals for Upper Perkiomen.

Lawrenceville School 4, Germantown Academy 3 >> Sammy Poppy had two goals and an assist as Germantown Academy’s second-half charge came up just short.

Catherine McFadden also scored for GA (5-2, 0-1 Inter-Ac) while Maddie Ota collected an assist.

Upper Merion 2, Norristown 1 >> Alyssa Adinolfi and Rosalee Banks scored for Upper Merion as the Vikings edged Norristown for a PAC win.

Sinai Sanders had the Eagles’ goal.

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