Paige Brady tallied five goals for the second straight game as Bonner & Prendergast rolled over Conwell-Egan, 21-10, in Catholic League girls lacrosse action Tuesday.
Brady also handed out three assists. Carly Broscious added four goals and three assists. Keeley Weis also tallied four times for the Pandas, who have scored 40 goals in their last two games.
In the Inter-Ac League:
Episcopal Academy 18, Germantown Academy 7 >> Olivia Dirks showed the way for the Churchwomen with five goals and one assist. Katie Crager (four goals, two assists), Taylor Lucy (three goals, one assist), Ally Marino (hat trick) also came up big for EA.
In the Central League:
Garnet Valley 12, Ridley 9 >> Madi McKee, Kamryn McNeal, Regan Nealon and Madi O’Brien tallied two goals each to offset a big game by Ridley’s Emily Johnston.
McKee also had three draw controls and O’Brien added two assists to overcome the seven goals Johnston scored to lead the Green Raiders.
Springfield 11, Upper Darby 0 >> Bailey O’Brien tallied three times and handed out two assists. Olivia Little added two goals and two assists.
Haverford 10, Penncrest 7 >> Lydia Hetzecker paced the Fords with four goals. Logan O’Donnell scored three times for the Lions.
Conestoga 9, Strath Haven 8 >> Liz Scott tallied five times for the Pioneers including the winner in overtime. Nicole McNeely had four goals for the Panthers.
In the Del Val League:
Interboro 21, Penn Wood 2 >> The Bucs broke the game open with 14 goals in the first half. Morgan Reed led the way with six goals and three assists. Gab Mendez added four goals and two assists.
Chichester 12, Academy Park 7 >> Maura Murray scored four times and Adrianna Williams added three goals to offset a six-goal effort by Academy Park’s Riley Street.
In the Bicentennial League:
Jenkintown 13, Delco Christian 4 >> Taylor Mingle scored twice for the Knights.
In the Ches-Mont League:
Bishop Shanahan 22, Sun Valley 0 >> Hannah Maggio had six draw controls and one caused turnover for the Vanguards. Kaela Smith led the Eagles with five goals and two assists.
In nonleague action:
Agnes Irwin 14, Notre Dame academy (Mass.) 10 >> Goalie Hailey Andress made 10 saves and caused one turnover to anchor the defense.
Maria Pansini paced the offense with three goals and two assists. Emily Wills also scored three times and handed out one assist.