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Fri. Pa. girls: Dahle sets mark for Friends' Central
Posted: Saturday, April 5, 2014, 3:01 AMLACROSSE
FRIENDS SCHOOLS LEAGUE
Friends Central 16, George School 3: Emma Dahle made a defender miss at the one-meter mark before tallying her third goal of the game to give host Friends Central a 13-1 lead. To Dahles surprise with the game out of hand, her teammates rushed toward her in celebration. The goal was her 11th point of the game, giving her 473 in her career. She unknowingly had set a school record.
She is one of the most competitive athletes Ive ever coached, Friends Central coach Lauren Rubin said. She never stops working. She is incredibly hard to mark because she is very deceptive with the ball. She has an eye for the goal. Shes a great scorer.
Dahle, a Brown recruit, finished the day with three goals and nine assists. The senior has 37 goals and 17 assists in seven games this season.
NONLEAGUE
Radnor 11, North Penn 8: Sara Curley buried five goals to lead Radnor to the home win.
SOFTBALL
CHES-MONT AMERICAN
Unionville 6, West Chester Rustin 5: Austin Langerhans knocked in three runs, including the go-ahead score in the seventh inning, in Unionvilles road win.
CHES-MONT NATIONAL
West Chester East 5, West Chester Henderson 1: Olivia Rogers surrendered one unearned run on three hits in a complete game for host East.
INTER-AC LEAGUE
Baldwin 8, Germantown Academy 2: Sam OKeefe fanned at least two hitters in every inning from the second through the seventh, finishing with 14 strikeouts. She allowed two runs and one hit.
FRIENDS SCHOOLS LEAGUE
Germantown Friends 10, Friends Central 0: Lizzie Becker fanned 10 in a four-hit shutout and crushed a home run for visiting Germantown Friends.
NONLEAGUE
Marple Newtown 2, Interboro 1: After Nicole Kelly capped a nine-pitch at-bat with a single to lead off the seventh inning, she scored on Paige Benasuttis walk-off walk to get Marple Newtown a home win.
Episcopal Academy 4, Conestoga 3: Ariana Feliziani knocked in two runs with a base hit in the fourth inning, and Episcopal held on for the home victory.
Neshaminy 7, Christopher Dock 3: Sarah Snyder-Leonhauser had a double and two homers for the host Redskins.
ncarroll@philly.com
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