The Harriton High School field hockey team worked overtime in earning back-to-back 1-0 wins.
Monday, Harriton defeated Ridley, 1-0, in overtime, as Grace Copeland scored with less than two minutes in overtime, assisted by Lily Silbergeld. Grace Dwyer had two saves and Lucy Dwyer and Ashton Odiorne kept the Green Raiders out of their circle, while Nikki Handel, Lily Silbergeld, Grace Copeland, Paige Fisher and Kat Berberian also were tough on defense.
Three days earlier, the Rams edged West Chester Henderson, 1-0, in overtime. Harriton’s goal was scored by Lucy Dwyer with nine minutes left in overtime, assisted by a Nikki Handel. Harriton key defenders included Ashton Odiorne, Lucy Dwyer and Kat Berberian. Ram goalie Grace Dwyer recorded four saves.
In other Main Line high school sports action (the high school wrap-up is compiled from game results sent to Main Line Times & Suburban and our sister newspapers):
Barrack Hebrew Academy defeated Renaissance Academy, 5-2, Monday. Josh Goldstein tallied three goals and one assist, and Josh Berkowitz had two assists and one goal.
Devon Prep (3-2, 3-0) defeated Cardinal O’Hara, 3-2, Sept. 16, as Nick Bello had a hat trick. Bello, who became the all-time leading scorer for the Tide, tallied his 50th, 51st and 52nd career goals. Devon goalie Chris Yangelo recorded five saves.
The Tide defeated Bishop McDevitt, 4-3, in overtime Sept. 14. Connor Kelly scored two goals, Nick Bello tallied one and Aidan Ringiewicz tallied the game-winner.
Episcopal Academy (5-0-1) defeated Germantown Friends, 2-1, Sept. 15. Samuel Wilson scored two goals, one of them assisted by Jack Pacera. EA goalie Trevor Manion had five saves.
The Churchmen tied Friends’ Central, 1-1, Sept. 14. Samuel Wilson scored EA’s loine goal, and goalie Trevor Manion recorded one save.
Friends’ Central tied Episcopal Academy, 1-1, Sept. 14. The FCS goal was scored by Cole Scott with an assist by Miles Johnson. Sam Pendrak recorded six saves for the Phoenix.
Haverford School improved its record to 5-0-1 with a 2-0 win against Landon School Sept. 15. Trent Davis and Griffin Wada tallied goals for the Fords.
Malvern Prep defeated Hun School, 3-0, Sept. 15. Malvern goals were scored by Ethan Kogut and Kieran Barr, while Austin Coron posted a shutout.
Two days earlier, the Fords tied Germantown Friends, 1-1. After a cross and a deflection, Will Micheletti’s header beat the goaltender and found Scott Marshall on the backdoor run in the sixth minute of the game.
Barrack Hebrew Academy defeated Friends Select, 6-2, Tuesday. Izzy Jacobson had a hat trick and one assist, and other Barrack goal-scorers were Lexie Schacter, Jessie Singer and Lane Barsh. Assists were dished out by Juliet Hirsch and Hanna Wohlberg.
Five days earlier, the Cougars defeated Doane Academy, 4-1, Sept. 13. Izzy Jacobson had one goal and two assists. Shire Perloff, Ava Bloom and Lexie Shacter scored the other Barrack goals.
Conestoga (5-1-1, 3-0) defeated Marple Newtown, 6-1, Monday. Caitlin Donovan and Kristy Dirico scored one goal apiece, and Nia Scott and Julia Littlewood each had two. Caitlin Donovan also had two assists, and seniors Emily Wertz and Ashley Greenberg each had one.
The Pioneers defeated Unionville, 2-1, in overtime Sept. 15, with Caitlin Donovan scoring the game-winner. Eliza Bailey scored Conestoga’s first goal. Conestoga goalkeepers Sarah Nselel and Maeve Regan combined to make seven saves in the win.
Episcopal Academy lost to Germantown Academy, 2-1, Sept. 14. Lauren Cunningham scored EA’s lone goal, assisted by Casey Kinniry. EA goalie Allie Bush recorded four saves.
Friends’ Central opened Friends Schools League play with a 2-1 win against Moorestown Friends Monday. Junior Izzy MacFarlane scored both goals and was assisted by freshman Juliana Aiken on both. Eva Bartholomew recorded six saves in goal.
Merion Mercy Academy tied Mount St. Joseph, 1-1, Sept. 12. Mary Kate Lopresti scored for Merion Mercy, assisted by Zoie Dodd.
Radnor defeated Methaction, 1-0, Sept. 15. Radnor scored on a penalty kick by Ben Engstrom. For Radnor, goalies Nathan Congleton and Henry Cooke combined for the shutout.
Academy of Notre Dame defeated Archbishop Carroll, 5-1, Monday, as ND’s Maggie Pina scored her first varsity goal, and Lauren Curran and Mia Leonhardt netted two goals apiece. Jess Schneider had two assists for the Irish (6-0) who netted three unanswered goals in the second half. Kerri Daly found the back of the net for Carroll.
The Irish defeated Agnes Irwin, 5-0, Sept. 14. Lauren Curran scored two goals and dished out one assist. Mia Leonhardt tallied one goal and one assist, and Abby D’Anjolell scored her first varsity goal.
Agnes Irwin defeated Radnor, 3-1, Sept. 15. Emma van der Veen scored two goals, and Ariana Karalis tallied one. Assists were dished out by Hadley Evans, Avery Niedland and Ciaran Scott. Owl goalie Paige DiLullo recorded 11 saves.
Archbishop Carroll defeated Hill School, 3-1, Sept. 14. Goalie Mary Kate Kearney was stellar in goal, turning away 20 shots. Carroll goals were scored by Keri Daly, Carleigh Connors, and Katie LaBella. Keri Daly and Maeve Riehman each had an assist.
Conestoga defeated West Chester East, 4-2, Sept. 15, as Charlotte de Vries scored a hat trick with three unassisted goals. Chloe Zeigler scored the other Conestoga goal, with an assist from Caroline O’Brien. Goalie Maddy Todd had six saves, and Anna Mayock had two defensive saves.
Episcopal Academy tied Germantown Academy, 2-2, Sept. 14. EA goals were scored by Gianna Pantaleo and Kathleen Anderson, with an assist from Sofia Acosta. EA goalie Caroline Kelly recorded 10 saves.
EA head coach Gina Buggy said, “I thought it was good field hockey. The ball moved around the field, up and down. Both teams had scoring chances and I
was very proud of the way our team stayed patient and was able to capitalize and bring it back from 2-0 to 2-2. It was a good team effort.”
Friends’ Central defeated St. Hubert’s, 2-0, Sept. 13. Goals were scored by Lilah Epstein and Sonia Luthrie.
Academy of Notre Dame lost to Germantown Academy, 5-2, Sept. 14. Irish winners were McKenna Bramlage (first singles) and the third doubles duo of Grace Rivers and CeCe Quirk.
Episcopal Academy improved its record to 5-0 with a 7-0 win against Agnes Irwin Sept. 14. The Churchwomen won all their singles maches in straight sets, with Ashley Kennedy (first singles), Ella Walker (second) and Bella Calastri (third).
Friends’ Central had three players advancing to semifinals at the Friends Schools League Invitational held at the Westtown School – senior Skye Victor at first singles, and juniors Victoria Rosa and Thea Volpp at second doubles.
The Phoenix defeated Penn Charter, 4-3, Sept. 13. FCS got wins from third singles (Zeeanne Choi), first doubles (Julia Nierenberg and Sally Su), second doubles (Thea Volpp and Victoria Rosa) and third doubles (Aliza Sall and Hallie Bender).
Merion Mercy Academy defeated St. Basil’s, 5-0, Tuesday, winning all of its matches in straight sets. Singles winners were Chloe Abramowitz (first singles), Maddie Urbano (second) and Maddie Ott (third).
Four days earlier, Merion Mercy defeated Sacred Heart, 3-2, Sept. 14. MMA’s Chloe Abramowitz (first singles) and Nina Dzidic (second singles) won in straight sets.
Radnor defeated Strath Haven, 7-0, Sept. 13, winning all matches in straight sets. Singles winners were Kanon Ciarrocchi (first singles), Lucy Hederick (second) and Bridget Dougherty (third).
Shipley improved to 3-0 with a 4-3 win against Hill School Sept. 14. Gator wins were by Phoebe Fry (second singles), Lilia Becker (third singles), Isabella Scardapane (fifth singles) and the second doubles duo of Bella Willing and Allison Mascio.
Baldwin School defeated Academy of the New Church, 3-0, Monday, posting scores of 25-20, 25-15, 25-10. Stadnouts for the Polar Bears included Cartier Thomas (17 assists, three digs), Tessa Pearlstein (eight kills, two aces, two blocks), Anajah Brown (three kills, five blocks), Georgia Dahm (three kills, three digs), Laura Pellicano (four kills, three aces, five digs), Makayla Pratt (three kills, one block) and Taylor Trapp (five aces, eight digs).
Radnor (2-4, 1-4) lost to Conestoga, 3-0, Monday, posting scores of 20-25, 11-25, 10-25. The Radnor outsides led the offense with six kills from senior Grayce Henderson and six kills from sophomore Lucy Criscuolo. Senior Co-Captains Erica DiCarlo (10 assists, six digs) and Sammy Scannapieco (11 digs, two assists) fed the attack. Junior Grace Remphrey contributed three aces and four digs.
Friends’ Central (girls) had three runners in the top 5 at the George School Invitational Sept. 15 – junior Lydia Russell (third, 19:01.40), freshman Micah Trusty (fourth, 19:29.50) and junior Rebecca Wusinich (fifth, 19:32.40). Friends’ Central girls placed sixth out of 23 teams. On the boys’ side, Friends’ Central was led by junior Alex Veith (17:52.70) and freshman Ethan Cohen (18:37.00).
Radnor (boys) defeated Upper Darby, 15-50, in a tri-meet with Haverford High Sept. 12. Raider runners Ethan Zeh (fourth), Doug Rosin (seventh), and Frank Brown (10th) placed in the top 10. The Radnor girls lost to Haverford and Upper Darby, and Raider runners Abigail Idiculla (foruth), Lucy Hederick (fifth), and Bridget Dougherty (eighth) were among the top 10 finishers.
Haverford School improved to 8-0 with a 14-8 win against Souderton Sept. 14. Ford standouts included Bram Schork (eight steals, four drawn ejections), David Gobora (four goals, four assists, nine steals, one drawn ejection), Ryan LaRocca (five goals, five assists, two steals) and Matej Sekulic (four goals, three steals, one drawn ejection).
Conestoga defeated Strath Haven, 184-203, Tuesday, as Michael Walz shot the surprise low round of the day, with an even-par 35 at Waynesboro Country Club. Morgan Lofland (36), Ben Lee (37), Sam Yao (38) and Kemp Bassett (38) completed the scoring for Conestoga.
Five days earlier, the Pioneers defeated Haverford High, 201-220, at Rolling Green Country Club. Conestoga was led by Will Blatchford (39), Kemp Bassett (40) and Morgan Lofland (40).
Devon Prep defeated Archbishop Carroll, 237-270, Monday at Stonewall North. The Tide was led by Pat McCann (37), Ryan McCabe (38), Charlie Hurchalla (39), Graham White (40), Tyler Kenneson (41) and Bere Bauers (42).
Harriton defeated Ridley, 198-235, Sept. 13 at Philadelphia Country Club. The Rams were led by senior Max Mexrow (39), senior Matt Stein (39), junior Andrew Wallace (40), junior David Fitzgerald (40) and junior Oliver Forssell (40).
Malvern Prep (9-2) finished second at the Malvern Prep Invitational at Waynesborough Country Club Sept. 12 by posting a team score of 182, three strokes behind first-place Haverford School. Malvern’s John Updike won medalist honors with a 2-under-par 33, and teammate Matt Civatella shot a 34.
Radnor defeated Spring-Ford, 177-188, Sept. 12 at Turtle Creek Golf Club. David Collerna led all scorers with a 2-under-par 34, and Radnor teammates Jack Hamilton and Davis Flannery each shot 35.
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