TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 4/21/13
Shelby Wells scored five goals as visiting St. Paul’s School (MD) handed C. Milton Wright (MD) its first loss of the year on Saturday, 10-9.
The Gators, unranked but listed as Under Consideration by TopLaxRecruits.com, improved to 9-3. The No. 10 Mustangs fell to 8-1.
New Canaan (CT) 8, Farmingdale (NY) 7
Olivia Hompe had five goals, Bea Eppler scored twice and Liz O’Sullivan made nine saves as the Rams (7-0) dealt the 20thth-ranked Dalers (5-1) their first loss.
Bay Shore (NY) 11, Wantagh (NY) 7
Kyra Harney had three goals and an assist and Kaitlyn Arnold and Cynthia Delcore each had three goals to lead No. 7 Bay Shore (8-0) in non-league action.
Wamtagh is 7-2.
St. Anthony’s (NY) 9, Chatham (NJ) 6
Maggie Bill had three goals while Ella Bonafede and Isabella Mangan each added two to pace the No. 12 Friars (6-1).
Maddy Bowles and Kristen Maiorano each had two goals for Chatham (4-5).
Manhasset (NY) 11, Summit (NJ) 8
Lindsey Ronbeck had five goals and one assist to lead No. 13 Manhasset (7-1) in non-league play.
Madeleine Gramigna, led Summit (7-2) with four goals.
Great Valley (PA) 18, Boyertown (PA) 8
Emily Scullin collected seven goals and two assists and Brittany Edwards added five goals and two assists while Avery Murphy scored four goals as the host Patriots remained perfect at 9-0 with the non-league win.
Rachel Engler had three goals for Boyertown (9-2).
Conestoga 12, Downingtown East 4
Catie Smith and Blake Hamblett each had three goals and an assist and Meghan McGillis contributed two goals and three assists to lead the Pioneers (9-1) in a non-league win.
Moorestown (NJ) 14, Rumson-Fair Haven (NJ) 4
Marie McCool had four goals and an assist and Alicia Geiter, Margaret Nissen and Kayla Pruitt each scored twice as the No. 3 Quakers improved to 8-0.