Edgewood had several assists from Isabella Barbieri, Abigail Olah, Poniatowski, Caitlin Rankin and Angela Wood.
Friday the 13th action
Friday the 13th didn't seem to be so bad for girls soccer teams from Edgewood and John Carroll, as each posted victories.
Edgewood picked up its win at North East, 4-2, in a make-up from last Wednesday, while John Carroll defeated host Patterson Mill, 2-1, in double overtime.
In Edgewood's win, the Rams led at the half, 2-0. Edgewood goals were scored by Isabella Barbieri, Alyssa Rankin, Megan Poniatowski and Alex Van Graafeiland. North East countered with goals by Laurel Davis and Chandler Kammerer.
Edgewood assists were credited to Nina Heinlein, Caitlin Rankin, Barbieri, Melanie Parncutt and Van Graafeiland, who had two. North East's Haley Christie had the Indians lone assist.
In John Carroll's win, freshman Caroline Barwick netted the game-winner. Sam Ditmar's goal had given Patterson Mill a 1-0 lead at halftime, but John Carroll evened the score on a Caroline Sdanowich goal, which came when she capitalized on a ground ball, which was the result of a corner kick. The Patriots had 10 in the game. John Carroll goalie Katie Cooper had two saves and Huskies goalie Stephanie Ehly had six saves.
On Thursday, the Patriots opened their IAAM schedule at home and played to a scoreless tie against Notre Dame Prep.
Panthers drop Mariners
The heat was a problem last Wednesday for the Joppatowne girls soccer team as Perryville could not make the trip because Cecil County called off all outside athletic events.
On Thursday, thunder and lightning were a problem, forcing a delay in the rescheduled contest. When play wasn't bothered by weather, the Mariners were bothered by the Panthers of Perryville.
Perryville scored six times in the first half and won, 8-0. Sam Leonard led the Panthers with four goals and three assists. Tori Antoshak and Natalie Gay each scored a goal and assisted on another.
Sam Koons and Alex McCann also scored and Maddie Litwin had one assist. Panthers goalie Courtney Comer had two saves.
"The young Joppatowne squad showed much heart during these 80 minutes and continuously worked to push the ball forward," Mariners coach Megan Bongiovanni said. "Great play was made by Joppatowne's Breanna Kazamias, Kelsie Davis and Samantha Soul. Joppatowne's Stephanie Praglowski also really stood her own as she worked in a new defensive position."