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Main Line lacrosse wrap-up: Agnes Irwin, Haverford School victorious

The Agnes Irwin School lacrosse team used stifling defense to limit Penn Charter to two second half goals, earning a 12-7 Inter-Ac victory Thursday.  The Owls (8-4, 4-1) celebrated more than just their fourth straight win; the game marked the season debut of senior Hannah Keating, back from an injury sustained in the fall on the soccer field.  Keating wasted no time, scoring a tying and go ahead goal for AIS in the first half erasing an early 3-1 PC lead.  Kate White, Laura Pansini, Lila Barker, and Kristin Burnetta also netted two goals each for the Owls, with Burnetta chipping in three assists.  White and Emily Fryer combined for nine draw controls and Hailey Andress made had six saves, many down the stretch, to keep the Quakers off the board for the majority of the second half.
The Haverford School lacrosse team defeated Germantown Academy, 15-5, Thursday. Leaders for the Fords included¬†Dox Aitken (two goals, one assist),¬†Keyveat Postell (three goals, one assist),¬†Johnny Nostrant (four goals, one assist),¬†Tommy McNamara (one goal, two assists),¬†Forry Smith (three goals, one assist),¬†Austin Helms (two assists),¬†Brendan O’Neill (one assist),¬†Luke O’Grady (two goals),¬†Tim Carlson (one assist) and goalie Alex DeMarco (10 saves).
In other Main Line high school lacrosse action:
Episcopal Academy (girls) defeated Baldwin School, 19-9, Thursday. Leaders for the Churchwomen included Olivia Dirks (two goals, one draw control), Julia Hondros (two goals, one draw control, one ground ball), Colby Gallagher (one goal, one assist, two draw controls), Grace Norley (two goals, one draw control, one ground ball), Lindsay Walling (two goals, one draw control, one ground ball, one caused turnover), Olivia Tuma (one assist, two draw controls), Ally Marino (two draw controls, one ground ball, one caused turnover), Katie Crager (two goals, two assists, two draw controls), Corrine Zannoli (two goals, two assists, one caused turnover), Olivia Cunningham (four goals, one assist, one ground ball, one caused turnover), Bridget Boyle (three ground balls), Taylor Lucey (one goal, one assist, one draw control) and Sydney Gagnon (five saves).
For Baldwin, the key leaders were Natalie Sgro (one assist, two ground balls), Izzy Schaeffer (three assists, one ground ball, one draw control), Marissa McGarrey (six goals, three draw controls), Eliza Thaler (one goal, one assist, one ground ball, two draw controls), Myla Barnett (two goals, four assist, one ground ball, three draw controls), Hayden Ivey (five draw controls), Shayna Silverman (four saves).
Malvern Prep defeated Penn Charter, 18-8, Thursday. The Friars were led by Adam Goldner (seven goals, two assists), Kyle Anderson (three goals, three assists), Quinn McCahon (one goal, two assists), Mike Fay (one goal, two assists), Scott White (two goals), Billy Coyle (one goal, one assist), Addison Mueller (one goal), Jack Traynor (one goal), Sean Christman (one goal, won 13 faceoffs) and Andrew Clark (six saves).
Episcopal Academy (boys) defeated Springside Chestnut Hill, 11-6, Thursday. The Churchmen were led  by Nate Emrick (one goal, five assists), Connor Ringwalt (three goals, two assists), Will Haab (one goal), Ben Valdes (two goals), Jake Martellucci (one goal, one assist), Gab Furey (two goals), Dan Baker (one goal), Christian Feliziani (won 14 of 20 faceoffs) and Jake Floyd Jones (eight saves).
Harriton lost to Radnor, 10-5, Thursday. Ram leaders included Molly McDonough (two goals), Jordan Heller (one goal), Claudia Conrad  (three draw controls), Alex Ladda (one goal, two draw controls), Laura Lasprogata (one goal, two assists), Haley Morris (one draw control, two ground balls) and Devin McClain (eight saves).

Villa Maria Academy edged Mt St. Joseph, 9-8, Wednesday. Leading the way for the Hurricanes were Audrey Fantazzia (three goals, two assists), Bri Bamber (two goals), Lauren Dunn (one goal), Annina Iacobucci (one goal, four assists) and Caroline Antell (one goal). Sarah Moffit, Bridget Forde and Adele Iacobucci led the defense with two caused turnovers each. Goalie Maddie Medve had a stellar game with 12 saves, allowing just one goal in the second half.

Episcopal Academy defeated Germantown Academy, 12-10, Wednesday. Leading the way for EA were Connor Ringwalt (four goals, four assists), Will Haab (one goal, one assist), Nate Emrick  (one goal, one assist), Cole Johnson (one goal, one assist), Christian Feliziani (one goal), Dan Baker (two goals), Connor Delaney (one goal), Chris McCoun (one goal), Christian Feliziani (won 14 of 20 faceoffs) and goalie Jake Floyd Jones (five saves).
Malvern Prep defeated Springside Chestnut Hill, 16-6, Tuesday. Leading the way for the Friars were Billy Coyle (two goals, five assists), Kyle Anderson (three goals, two assists), Adam Goldner (one goal, two assists), Scott White (four goals, two assists), Jack Traynor (one goal), Jarret Donaghy (one assist), Jimmy Gabrielsen (one goal), Matt Boles (three goals), Matt Hilburn (one goal), Sean Christman (won 12 of 21 face offs) and goalie Sam Stroud (five saves).
Haverford School defeated¬†Penn Charter, 12-5, Tuesday. The Fords were led by¬†Johnny Nostrant (three goals, one assist),¬†Keyveat Postell (two goals, one assist),¬†Pete Garno (one goal),¬†Alec Haas (two goals),¬†Luke O’Grady (one goal),¬†Max Brooks (two goals),¬†Payton Hollway (one goal) goalie¬†Alex DeMarco (10 saves) and goalie Parker Henderer (three saves).
Episcopal Academy (girls) defeated Penn Charter, 15-6, Tuesday. The EA girls were led by Olivia Dirks (one assist, one draw control, one ground ball), Lauren Brenner (two draw controls, one caused turnover), Julia Hondros (four goals, one assist, three draw controls, one ground ball, one caused turnover), Colby Gallagher (three goals, three draw controls, one ground ball), Claudia Becker (two ground balls, one caused turnover), Olivia Tuma (one goal, two draw controls), Ally Marino (one goal), Lauren Rodio (one caused turnover), Katie Crager (two goals, one assist, one draw control), Olivia Cunningham (two goals, one assist), Izzy Rohr (one draw control, one ground ball), Taylor Lucey (one goal, one assist, one ground ball, one caused turnover) and goalie Sydney Gagnon (nine saves).
Academy of Notre Dame defeated Hatboro-Horsham, 16-9, Tuesday. Leading the way for the Irish were¬†Hannah Gillespie (four goals),¬†Claire Gola (three goals),¬†Caroline Allen (two goals, one assist, one ground ball, one caused turnover, four draw controls),¬†Madison Chermol (two goals, one assist, one ground ball),¬†Kelly Coyle (one goal, two assists, two ground balls),¬†Mackenzie Irvine (one goal, one assist),¬†Claire Nappi (one goal, two ground balls, one caused turnover),¬†Natalie Hughes (one goal, two caused turnovers, two draw controls),¬†Maggie O’Brien (one goal, one assist, two draw controls) and goalie¬†Jackie Lanzalotto (seven saves).

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