Times Chronicle & Public Spirit
Steubert paces Jenkintown to BAL victory
Jenkintown 3, Plumstead 1: Tighlie Steubert scored two goals and Anna Montroy also tallied one for the Drakes on Thursday in BAL play.
Wissahickon 10, William Tennent 0: Kendall Crowley scored a hat trick in the first quarter, Caroline Kirkpatrick collected two goals and two assists and Wissahickon cruised to an SOL crossover win to remain undefeated.
Riley Ball totaled two goals and an assist, Ella Hummel added a goal and two assists while Kayla Mullin handed out two assists for the Trojans (7-0-0, 6-0-0 SOL Liberty), who led 8-0at halftime. Sophia Havrilla had a goal and an assist with Faith Jampo also scoring for Wiss. Kayla Park and Audrey Walsh each had an assist. Goalie Cailyn George made 18 saves for William Tennent (1-60, 1-5-0 SOL Freedom). Trojans goalkeeper Meredith Walsh had one save.
Springfield Twp. 8, Cheltenham 0: Norah Conlin and Emma Yoder each scored two goals as the Spartans won big in SOL Freedom action on Tuesday. Gabi Maletta, Angela Eder, Malayna Flowers and Hailey Lesniak also scored for the Spartans.
GA 3, Archbishop Wood 0:
Caroline Smith finished with 14 kills and three aces as Germantown Academy swept Archbishop Wood 28-26, 25-18, 25-20 for a nonleague victory Wednesday. Angie Wang had 25 assists while Kate Stone added five kills for the Patriots, who fought off two sets points in the opening game, took a 25-24 lead on a Kaitlyn Pokorny kill in winning 28-26. A Smith run of kills and aces in the second set gave GA a 21-14 as they took a 2-0 lead in the match. Tied 16-16 in the third set, the Patriots grabbed control with six straight points. Abington 3, Wissahickon 0: The Ghosts improved to 7-0with a sweep of the Trojans on Tuesday in SOL Liberty action. Kenya Lucas led the way with 15kills, while Sasha Moody added eight of her own. Mary Carter chipped in with 25assists, while Elle Pennekemp had two blocks.
Wissahickon 2, Upper Moreland 0: Jeevan Jouhal scored in the 32nd minute to break a scoreless tie as the Trojans picked up the win on Friday. Michael Om added a goal and an assist, while Eric McEvily provided the shutout with three saves for Wiss. Hatboro-Horsham 1, Lower Moreland 0: The Hatters survived in OT when Tony Kuhner scored in the 88th minute on Friday. Enrico Romano was credited with the assist, while Noah Schlosser collected his second shutout of the season. Hatboro-Horsham 3, New Hope-Solebury 1: Tony Kuhner, JR Fulginiti and Enrico Romano scored as the Hatters kept their winning ways going on Wednesdsay. Jake Freedman and Raphael Laiss chipped in with assists.
Wissahickon 6, Tennent 2: The Trojans only led 1-0 at the half, but dominated the second half en route to the SOL crossover win on Wednesday. Providing the offense was Justin Rosenero, Chris Rossetti, Michael Om, Charlie Stenlik and Jeevan Jouhal. Logan Schorn, Om, Charlie Fortescue, Jouhal and Rossetti all were credited with assists.
Girls soccer Wissahickon 3, Upper Moreland 2:
Sage Stelzer and Lucy Greenstein scored second-half goals as the Trojans rallied from a 2-1halftime deficit on Friday. Emma Greenberg also scored for Wiss. Upper Moreland jumped out to a 2-0lead behind a pair of goals from Maggie Brophy. “We have really been stressing this week the importance of playing a consistent style and a full 80minutes,” UM Head Coach Lisa Benvenuto said. “We spoke about finishing our opportunities and playing within our system and today we did that. We were stressing the idea that we can only control our play and our response. Wissahickon has some very talented players and they play off of each other really well. Today’s match was very competitive and momentum did flow back and forth between both teams.”
CB South 1, Springfield Twp. 0: Grace Bell kept the Spartans in the game with 23saves in a SOL crossover loss on Saturday. Lily Haag scored the lone goal of the game for South. Springfield was outshot 24-1 for the game. Archbishop Wood 4, Cardinal O’Hara 0: Ava DeGeorge scored twice and also added an assist as Archbishop Wood shut out Cardinal O’Hara for a PCL win. Shaina Klose and Sophia Topakas each had a goal for the Vikings (4-1-0, 2-0-0 league) with Avery Lubbe and Paige Eckert both picking up an assist.
PW 3, Cheltenham 0: This was a tight one for 30minutes until senior forward Angelina Balcer finally broke through for the Colonials. Ella Clark and freshman Marleigh Burton also added goals. Defenders Kate Yocom, Brianna Reynolds and Katie Lukens were stout defensively and helped goalie Caitlyn Dinh keep her first clean sheet of the season.
Abington 7, Upper Moreland 0:
Carley Slavin scored two goals as the Ghosts erupted for five second-half goals on Wednesday. Maura Day also scored two goals for the Ghosts. Natalie Watson made 10saves in net for UM. Princeton Day 2, Germantown Academy 1: Madison Kerest scored the lone goal for GA off a feed from Kirsten Wetzel in a losing effort on Tuesday.
GMA 1, Mount St. Joe’s 0: Riley Morris scored the lone goal of the game in AACA action on Tuesday. Caroline Drakeley was credited with the assist, while Ellie Verrill got the clean sheet in net.
Girls tennis Upper Dublin 4, Abington 3:
Upper Dublin used three doubles victories and Kaelin Penna’s 6-2, 6-0 win over Cindy Fu at third singles to edge Abington in the SOL Liberty dual match.
The Cardinals’ Ava Trauger and Brie Watlington won first doubles 6-1, 6-3 over Jada Young and Jada Coleman. Abington’s Alejandra Grand-Tono took first singles 6-1, 7-5 over Ciara Peyton while the Galloping Ghosts’ Isabela Grand-Tono won second doubles over Eva Yang 6-4, 6-0.
Lower Moreland 7, Springfield Twp. 0: The dominant Lions won all matches in straight sets on Tuesday in SOL Freedom action. The uber-talented sisters Hannah
and Sarah Kideckel each won by 6-0, 6-0 scores.
Hatboro-Horsham 190, Boyertown 201: Sammy Fuchs carded a 45at Talamore CC as the Hatters picked up the win on Wednesday. Mina Cho also carded a 45for the Hatters, while Sarah Howard chipped in with a 47. Hatboro-Horsham 217, Methacton 219: Sammy Fuchs shot a 46at Talamore as the Hatters recorded the win on Tuesday. Sarah Howard added a 50 for the Hatters, while Kate Thomas carded a 42 to pace the Warriors.
La Salle 189, Penn Charter 197: Tyler Leyden shot an even par round of 35on the Centennial Nine of Huntingdon Valley Country Club and Colin Broderick added a 36 as the Explorers moved to 11-0on the season.
Girls water polo
Wissahickon 11, Springfield Twp. 4: Goalies Mia Bananis and Hazel Mullen split time and combined for 15saves as the Trojans picked up the win on Tuesday. Goals were scored by Maura O’Donnell (3), Bernice Fu (2), Sarah Pickel, Faith Pigeon, Gabby Jones, Anna Forde, Rachel Le and Abby Cooley.