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Wolfington attacks at the perfect time for Agnes Irwin

Agnes Irwin can thank Sydney Wolfington for the Owls’ dramatic, 8-7 victory over Notre Dame in Inter-Ac League play Thursday.

Down by one in the late stages, Wolfington buried the tying goal. She then decided things in overtime with her fifth marker of the game. She impressed on the defensive side as well, coming up with two ground balls and causing two turnovers. Emily Wills supported the offense with two goals.

In the Catholic League:

Bonner-Prendergast 15, Cardinal O’Hara 10 >> Paige Brady’s six goals and three helpers led the Pandas. Prendie also received contributions from Keeley Weis (four goals) and Lindsey Fagan (three). Fagan and Riley Dolan also combined for 13 draw controls, while Catriona Corrigan made 16 saves in net.

In nonleague action:

Garnet Valley 19, Kennett 5 >> Cam Faith scored four times, while Riley Delaney (three goals), Regan Nealon (three), Madi O’Brien (three) and Kamryn McNeal (two) also were key performers offensively for the Jags.

Villa Maria 10, Springfield 9>> The Cougars’ Olivia Little tied things up with less than a minute to go in the second half. It was her fourth goal of the evening. But the Hurricanes’ Anna Fantazia nipped Little and Springfield (14-3) by one by burying her fifth goal shortly into the extra period. Kristen Methlie and Bailey O’Brien had two goals each in defeat.

Archbishop Carroll 11, Conestoga 6 >> The Patriots got the better of the Pioneers in a match-up of two state powers. The Carroll (13-0) duo of Sam Swart and Katie Detwiler combined for eight goals with the former bagging five.

Ridley 19, Council Rock North 7 >> Emily Johnston filled up the stat sheet with six goals and three assists for the Green Raiders. She was supported by Hanna Crowley, Sydney Zimmerman and Haley Adam, all of whom bagged hat tricks.

Conwell-Egan 8, Academy Park 6 >> Although the Knights’ season closes with a loss, two AP players provided some lasting highlights. Riley Street scored four goals, while Terae Mason produced an astounding 24 saves in goal.

Strath Haven 8, Central Bucks West 7 >> A trio of Panthers ensured that Strath Haven would hand the Bucks their first defeat of the season. Elisa Kruse and Sophia Haase each had three goals, while Margot Hotham chipped in two.  Katie Capalbo making eight saves in net and Paige Gillespie had two assists for the Panthers.

Penncrest 16, Interboro 3 >> Carly Batholomew scored three goals to lead the Lions. Allison Cavanaugh, Lindsey Moppert and Kenna Kraut each scored two, and seven players finished with one apiece. On the Bucs’ side, Paige Dorwart scored twice.

In the Ches-Mont League:

Sun Valley 17, Coatesville 7 >> Makenzie McGinnis paced the Vanguards with five goals and an assist, while Anna Brown (two assists) and Abby Seasock each posted a hat trick.



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