With four goals and two assists sophomore Jordan Stevens accounted for a good chunk of Mt. Hebron’s offense in the Vikings’ 17-2 victory over Wilde Lake Monday afternoon.
Jennifer Giles and Amanda Steinmuller each scored three goals for the winners, who are now 6-0 on the season.
Held scoreless in the first half, Wilde Lake’s Nicole Sciabarra and Grayson Corbett netted second-half shots.
Mt. Hebron 17, Wilde Lake 2
Goals: MH — Jordan Stevens 4, Jennifer Giles 3, Amanda Steinmuller 3, Sorana Larson 2, Ally Unkenholz 2, Laura Benson, Chachi Kelehan, Lauren Schaaf. WL — Nicole Sciabarra, Grayson Corbett.
Assists: MH — Ally Unkenholz 3, Jordan Stevens 2, Brigid Daly, Jennifer Giles, Cammy Case. WL — none.
Saves: MH — Jen Schaaf 6. WL — Jenna Oler 12.
Halftime: Mt. Hebron, 10-0.
Friends pulled away from a 4-3 halftime score to beat Glenelg Country School, 12-7, in an IAAM B Conference game. Irene Lunt was the Quakers’ top scorer with four goals.
Alyssa Arnold led the Dragon with five goals.
Friends 12, Glenelg Country 7
Goals: F — Irene Lunt 4, Marli Caplan 2, Abby Corkum 2, Rachel Kahoc 2, Lynne Cullen, Caitlin Donovan. GCS — Alyssa Arnold 5, Julia Sheehan, Mallory Pappas.
Assists: F — Abby Corkum 3, Irene Lunt 2. GCS — Alyssa Arnold, Mallory Pappas.
Saves: F — Rose Woolson 7. GCS — Cameron Baumgardner 13.
Halftime: Friends, 4-3.
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