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Main Line wrapup: Radnor field hockey wins 10 in a row

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The Radnor High School field hockey team defeated Lower Merion, 8-1, Tuesday for its 10th straight win. The Raiders were led by Page Lowry (three goals, one assist), Janie Hoysgaard (two goals), Barbara Civitella (one goal, one assist), Genevieve (one goal, one assist), Olivia Shea (one goal, one assist) and Brigid Lowry (one assist). The defense was led by Hope Delaney, Meredith Webb and Olivia Decain, with Phoebe Proctor in goal making several key saves.

The Raiders beat Upper Perkiomen, 3-0, Oct. 6 for their ninth consecutive win. Margaret Mooney had two goals, both assisted by Madison Milhous. Page Lowry also scored. The Raiders received strong defense by Hope Delaney, Olivia Decain and Meredith Webb. Phoebe Proctor had six saves.

The Raiders defeated Marple Newtown, 4-0, Oct. 4, for its sixth consecutive league victory. In the second half, Olivia Shea broke the scoring ice, scoring on an assist from Page Lowry. Brigid Lowry put one in off a corner and Barbara Civitella had the last two goals.

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):

 

Field hockey

Academy of Notre Dame (11-0-1, 4-0) defeated Penn Charter, 9-1, Oct. 4. Lauren Curran scored four goals, Mia Leonhardt had a hat trick, Jess Schneider dished out three assists and Riley Gillin tallied one goal and two assist.

Agnes Irwin defeated Springside Chestnut Hill, 3-0, Oct. 4, getting a hat trick from Ariana Karalis, and assists from Hadley Evans and Emma van der Veen. Goalie Paige DiLullo had five saves for the Owls (5-4, 2-2).

Archbishop Carroll (11-2, 6-0) lost to Neshaminy, 4-0, Monday. Patriots goalie Mary Kate Kearney recorded 13 saves.

The Patriots defeated McDevitt, 4-0, Oct. 5. Grace O’Neill scored two goals, and goalie Mary Kate Kearney recorded her seventh shutout.

Conestoga (12-3, 9-0) defeated Upper Darby, 15-0, Tuesday. Charlotte de Vries scored four goals and Hayley Pechin netted her first two career goals and an assist. Carly Hynd tallied four assists and Jess Mullin and Chloe Ziegler each scored twice for the Pioneers. Katie Clemson and Maddy Todd split the shutout in goal.

The Pioneers defeated Penncrest, 11-0, Oct. 4. Charlotte de Vries scored five goals and Carly Hynd tallied two goals and two assists. Annie Hirshman added two goals and freshman Caroline O’Brien scored her first career goal. Katie Clemson and Maddy Todd split the shutout in net for the Pioneers.

Episcopal Academy (7-1-2, 3-1-1) defeated Agnes Irwin, 8-1, Tuesday, getting a hat trick from Gianna Pantaleo and two goals from Maddie Rehak. Macy Szukics dished out three assists, and goalies Caroline Kelly and Gianna Cilluffo combined for seven saves.

The Churchwomen defeated Cardinal O’Hara, 6-0, Oct. 5, getting a hat trick from Maddie Rehak and single goals from Gianna Pantaleo, Kathleen Anderson and Melanie Lim. Goalie Gianna Cilluffo recorded four saves.

One day earlier, EA defeated Tower Hill, 4-0, led by Macy Szukics (two goals, one assist), Kelly Smith (one goal), Gianna Pantaleo (one goal, two assists) and Sofia Acosta (one assist).

Friends’ Central lost to Moorestown Friends, 5-0, Tuesday. Goalie Nora Wadsworth had 13 saves.

Harriton defeated Springfield, 2-0, Tuesday. Lily Silbergeld scored the first goal for the Rams, assisted by Elle Seward. The second goal was scored six minutes later by Katelin Williams. The defense held Springfield to only four corners and goalie Grace Dwyer had eight saves for the Rams.

Haverford High defeated Ridley, 6-0, Tuesday. For the Fords (13-1-1, 8-1), goals were scored by senior Carly Gannon, senior Jane Zarella, senior Megan Phillips, sophomore Sophia Conners, junior Mia Ciancio and senior Julia Klein.

Shipley lost to George School, 2-1, Tuesday. The Gators’ goal was scored by senior captain Chloe Sobel, assisted by freshman Peyton Turner.

Goalie Taylor Wells had 11 saves.

The Gators lost to Germantown Academy, 8-1, Oct. 4. Senior Goalie Taylor Wells tallied 18 saves, and senior captain Chloe Sobel scored off of a reverse sweep 4 minutes into the second half.

 

Boys’ soccer

Barrack Herbrew Academy lost to Collegium, 4-2, Tuesday. Josh Goldstein scored both of the Cougars’ goals. Goalies Ilan Gordon and Robbie Ufberg combined for eight saves.

Episcopal Academy (11-0-1, 3-0) defeated Penn Charter, 2-1, Tuesday. Harrison Malone had a goal and an assist, and Jack Pacdera tallied a goal. Goalie Trevor Manion had eight saves.

The Churchmen defeated Malvern Prep, 2-0, Oct. 4. Samuel Wilson tallied two goals, assisted by Rowan Brumbaugh and Jack Pacera. Trevor Manion had two saves.

Friends’ Central defeated Shipley, 2-1, Tuesday. Both FCS goals were scored by Cole Scott and assisted by Mason Davis.

Haverford School defeated defending Inter-Ac champion Springside Chestnut Hill, 2-1, Tuesday, getting two goals from Will Micheletti, with an assist from Luke Macione. Will Boyes had five saves. The backline of MJ Atkins, Brennan McBride, Nick Brill-Edwards, and Carson Demarco limited opportunities for the dangerous and speedy SCH midfielders. Micheletti scored the game-winner with 20 minutes left. In the second half, the Fords counted on contributions by their bench led by seniors Dan Calvelli and Charlie Towle to regain control of the central pitch. Sophomore sensations Zach Seamon, Trent Davis, Kieran Bradley, and Michael Bozzi generated multiple turnovers which led to counterattack chances for the Fords.

The Fords tied Penn Charter, 1-1, Oct. 4. Ten minutes into the game, the Fords’ Scott Marshall nodded the ball to Will Micheletti, whose dipping shot went over the Penn Charter keeper and into the upper left corner.

 

Girls’ soccer

Agnes Irwin lost to Springside Chestnut Hill, 3-0, Monday. Owl goalie Amelia Leyden recorded 12 saves.

Episcopal Academy defeated Agnes Irwin, 4-0, Tuesday. Goals were scored by Olivia Dirks, Hailee Moran, Bella Piselli and Anna Salvucci. Dirks had an assist and Salvucci dished out two assists.

The Churchwomen defeated Hun School, 4-1, Oct. 4 with the scoring led by Anna Salvucci (two goals), Ali McHugh (one goal, one assist) and Lauren Cunningham (one goal).

Friends’ Central lost to Shipley, 3-2, Tuesday. FCS goals were scored by Izzy MacFarlane and Ryan Lynch.

The Phoenix earned a 5-0 win over Abington Friends Oct. 5, improving its Friends’ Schools League record to 3-0. The Phoenix were led by Izzy MacFarlane (two goals, two assists), Juliana Aiken (scored her first career goal). Jordyn Paszamant (one goal), Sydney Stewart (one goal) and Julia Burd (two 2 assists).

Merion Mercy Academy defeated St. Hubert’s, 4-0, Oct. 6, as Teresa Hegarty tallied a hat trick and Caitlin Spillane also scored.

The Golden Bears defeated St. Basil, 2-1, Oct. 4. Teresa Hegarty and Natalie Coughlin scored goals for MMA. One day earlier, Merion Mercy defeated Gwynedd Mercy, 1-0, with Teresa Hegarty scoring the game-winner.

Shipley defeated FRiends’ Central, 3-2, Tuesday, getting goals from Mackenzie Medina, Kahlia Bailey and Elie Shapiro.

 

Girls’ tennis

Academy of Notre Dame (4-4, 1-4) lost to Agnes Irwin, 4-2, Oct. 4. For the Irish, McKenna Bramlage won at first singles, 6-0, 6-0; and Ally Dugan won at third singles, 6-2, 6-0.

Agnes Irwin defeated Academy of Notre Dame, 4-2, Oct. 4, sweeping the doubles matches with the duos of Camilla Gowar/Natalie Cochin, Peyton Weber/Lexie Leveron and Kathleen Ernst/Alex Lesko. Agnes Irwin’s Cate Costia won at second singles, 6-1, 6-1.

Baldwin School (7-1) defeated Upper Merion, 7-0, Tuesday. Torrie Smith, Izzy Anatanavicius and Presley Daggett all won their singles matches in straight sets. The doubles teams of Alexa Diecidue and Alexis Shatzman, Teagan Krane and Hana Ahanger, Grace Lavin and Devon Shatzman and Berlyn Squillaro and Armina Emani all won in straight sets.

The Polar Bears defeated host Penn Charter, 5-1, Oct. 4. Izzy Anatanavicious at second singles became the first Baldwin player to defeat Penn Charter’s Leila Sor, 6-2, 6-3. Presley Daggett won 6-2, 6-3 at third singles. The second doubles team of Teagan Krane and Hana Ahanger won 6-0, 6-1, the third doubles team of Grace Lavin and Devon Shatzman won 6-1, 7-5 while the

fourth doubles team of Berlyn Squillaro and Ella Goldman won 6-1, 6-3.

Barrack Hebrew Academy defeated Doane Academy, 3-0, Monday, with two matches not completed because of rain and wet courts. Ellie Sherwood won third singles at atright sets, and the Barrack duos of Gabi Grob/Daniela Barow and Sophie Levin/Anita Hoffman won at first and second doubles, respectively.

The Cougars defeated Delaware Valley, 4-1, Oct. 4. Dori Hoffman-Filler won at second singles, and Ellie Sherwood was victorious at third singles.

Episcopal Academy (10-0, 4-0) defeated Springside Chestnut Hill, 7-0, Tuesday, losing only two games. In singles, Ashley Kennedy (first singles), Ella Walker (second) and Bella Calastri (third) all won in straight sets, as did all of the EA doubles teams.

The Churchwomen defeated Germantown Academy, 6-1, Oct. 4. EA won all of the singles matches in straight sets, with Ashley Kennedy (first), Ella Walker (second) and Bella Calastri (third). The Churchwomen also won three doubles matches, with Cara Harty/Eliza Aldridge (first), Grace Hennigan/Caroline Burt (second) and Parisa Afsharian/Maddy Mitchell (third).

Harriton (12-0, 11-0) clinched the Central League championship with a 7-0 win against Haverford Oct. 3. Sophia Sassoli, Nina Hoog and Shaina Ginsberg won at singles, and the duos of Connie Richards/Mackenzie Sherman, Lauren Binnion/Jolie Smith, Dani DeBotton/Abby Steinberg, Emily Sandler/Claudia Combert were victorious at doubles.

Merion Mercy Academy defeated Upper Moreland, 5-0, in the first round of the District 1 AA team tournament Monday. All five matches were won in straight sets. Singles winners were Chloe Abramowitz (first), Nina Dzidic (second) and Madison Urbano (third).

The Golden Bears defeated Nazareth Academy, 5-0, Oct. 4, winning all of their matches in straight sets – Chloe Abramowitz, Nina Dzidic and Maddie Urbano in singles, and the duos of Maddie Ott/Zoe Brennan and Christina Croff/Francesca Scarpone in doubles.

Radnor defeated Methacton, 5-0, Tuesday in the first round of the PIAA District 1 tourament, winning all matches in straight sets. Singles winners were Kanon Ciarrocchi (first singles), Lucy Hederick (second) and Bridget Dougherty (third).

Shipley defeated George School, 5-0, Tuesday. Tori Allen earned a dominating win at first singles, Phoebe Fry lost only one game at second singles, and Lilia Becker battled at third singles for a three-set win. First  doubles won in straight sets, with Audrey Fink’s aggressive play paying off.

The Gators defeated Abington Friends School, 4-1, Oct. 5, as the singles trio of Tori Allen, Phoebe Fry and Lilia Becker all won their matches in straight sets, as did the Shipley first doubles duo of Audrey Fink and Allison Mascio.

 

Girls’ volleyball

Academy of Notre Dame (7-1, 3-0) stretched its win streak to seven with an away 3-1 win over a strong Conestoga team on Dig Pink Night Oct. 5 by scores of 19-25, 25-23, 25-15, 25-15. Riley Shaak and Lexi Shreiner combined for 38 kills while Ciara Gibbs and Grace Clark provided strong defensive support.

One day earlier, the Irish defeated Agnes Irwin, 3-0, posting scores of 25-20, 25-16, 25-18. Christine Covello and Emma Jardine dished out 26 assists including 12 kills to Lexi Shreiner. Maddie Donaphon controlled the back row with 15 digs.

Baldwin School defeated Penn Wood, 3-0, Oct. 5, posting scores of 25-13, 25-13, 25-9. Cartier Thomas fished out 31 assists to the Polar Bears attackers. Leading the Polar Bears was Makayla Pratt (11 kills), Anajah Brown (seven kills), Laura Pellicano (three kills, three aces), Georgia Dahm (seven aces, two kills), Hanna Maier (three kills, three assists), Taylor Trapp (four aces) and Cartier Thomas (seven aces).

Lower Merion defeated Springfield, 3-0, Monday with scores of 25-16, 25-14, 25-9. Talia Morris led the way with 13 kills and Sofia Taberski posted seven kills. Adi David led defensively with 11 digs and also dished out 13 assists.

Radnor defeated Interboro, 3-0, Oct. 5, posting three identical scores of 25-18, 25-18, 25-18.  Once again, the seniors led the way with Erica DiCarlo dishing out 20 assists that were cashed in by Izzy Criscuolo (seven kills, two blocks) and Grayce Henderson (four kills, six aces). Sammy Scannapieco led the defense with 10 digs. Radnor’s strong sophomore class chipped in with 13 kills of their own – four each from Mary Kate Colleran and Josie Darrach, three from Lucy Criscuolo and two from Pati Castro.

Two days earlier, Radnor came back from a 9-3 deficit in the fifth set to beat Springfield, 3-2, posting scores of 19-25, 25-20, 23-25, 25-21, 19-17. Senior middle Izzy Criscuolo had a career game with 21 kills, four blocks and two aces while senior outside Grayce Henderson tallied 15 kills (nine digs, two blocks). Senior setter Erica DiCarlo played an outstanding all-around game, dealing 48 assists to go along with eight aces, 16 digs and five kills. The defense was led by senior libero Sammy Scannapieco (27 digs) and junior Grace Remphrey with 18 digs. Radnor also got key contributions from sophomores, Lucy Criscuolo (eight kills, two digs), Mary Kate Colleran (four kills, three blocks), and Josie Darrach (three kills, five blocks).

Villa Maria defeated Villa Joseph Marie, 3-0, Tuesday, posting scores of 25-19, 25-14, 25-17. The Hurricanes were led by Olivia Karkenny and Alessia Giannandrea with seven kills each. Kelsey Hoff stood out with with 21 assists and Alivia Orvieto had six aces.

 

Cross country

Academy of Notre Dame defeated Germantown Academy (25-30) and Baldwin School (15-48) Tuesday. Notre Dame was led by Kyleigh Calvert (second place, 21:37), Cara Stevenson (third, 21:51) and Lindsey Smith (fourth, 21:52).

Friends’ Central (girls) defeated Abington Friends, 16-44, Tuesday. Rebecca Wusinich (19:09) was first, Micah Trusty (19:50) second and Lydia Russell (20:19) third.

Radnor (boys) defeated Strath Haven (17-42), Ridley (15-50) and Springfield (15-47) Tuesday. Doug Rosin and Ethan Zeh finished tied for first in 18:06. Frank Brown (third), Owen Leonard (fifth), Andrew Rosin (seventh), and Luke O’Malley (ninth) also placed in the top 10.

The Raider boys enjoyed a fine performance at the Delaware County Championships at Rose Tree Park Oct. 6. The varsity team finished third overall. Individually Ethan Zeh placed second, Doug Rosin was eighth, and Frank Brown finished 15th. In the boys novice race the Radnor squad placed first in the team standings, led by medlaists Jack Halberstad (second), Zach Rosenblum (third), Andrew Rosin (fourth) and Jimmy Kurtz (fifth). For the Radnor girls, Lucy Hederick and Bridget Dougherty were the top finishers in the girls varsity race.

The Radnor boys defeated both Harriton (24-32) and Marple Newtown (19-39) Oct. 3. Radnor’s Ethan Zeh was the overall winner in 18:25, and teammate. Doug Rosin was a close second in 18:26. Raider runners Frank Brown (fourth) and Owen Leonard (eighth) were also in the top 10 finishers. In the girls race, Radnor’s Abigail Idiculla was third overall, and teammate Noel Kuhn was 10th, as Radnor defeated Marple 22-39, and Harriton beat Radnor 19-44.

Shipley (girls) lost to Westtown, 17-41, Tuesday. Sonia Joseph and Alyssa Chandler finished fifth and sixth, respectively.

 

Water polo

Haverford School (16-2, 2-0) defeated Lawrenceville School, 21-10, Tuesday. Matej Sekulic (six goals, three assists, two steals, one drawn ejection) and David Gobora (five goals, one steal, two drawn ejections) led the scoring.

The Fords defeated Penn Charter, 15-9, Oct. 4. For the Fords, contributors included Jason Chen (seven saves), Koby Degenhardt (five saves, one steal), Bram Schork (four goals, one assist, two steals), Ryan LaRocca (four goals, three assists), Jake LaRocca (two goals, six assists, five steals, one drawn ejection), Matej Sekulic (two goals, one assist, one steal) and JR Leitz (two goals, two assists, two steals, one drawn ejection).

Malvern Prep lost to Germantown Academy, 12-6, Tuesday. Jake Caulfield had 17 saves, an assist and two steals. Jack Cassidy led the Friars with three goals and four assists.  Brennan Robinson had a pair of goals and five steals and Ryan Cochran rounded out the scoring for Malvern with a goal, an assist and three steals. 

The Friars lost to Episcopal Academy, 12-9, Oct. 4. The Friars’ Jake Caulfield was stellar in goal making 22 saves on 34 shots. Malvern Prep had chances but was only 1-for-8 in extra man situations while Episcopal was 4-for-8. Brennan Robinson led Malvern in scoring with three goals and two assists. Jack Cassidy (three assists) and Ryan Cochran each had a pair of goals, while Owen Preston and Chris Krein also netted goals for the Friars.

 

Crew

Shipley had several fine performances at the Head of the Christina in Wilmington, Del. Oct. 7. The girls’ varsity quad, comprised of Casey Winter, Talia Chairman, Lucia Helmers and Malenne Kelly brought home the gold medal.  The girls JV quad, comprised of Ginger Tan, Yiwei Chen, Abby Stambaugh and Jordan Winter earned a bronze medal.  On the boys’ side, the lightweight four with Ben MacDonald, Zach Abood-Bieber, Mike Hamilton, Matt Sherman and Ailbhe Birkett raced in the varsity four event, and managed a fourth-place finish

 

 

 

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