Lacrosse: State finals previews

Sydney Cowles, left, and Shannon Quinn hope to lead Radnor to its third state title today against Harriton.  TIMES STAFF/ERIC HARTLINE

Sydney Cowles, left, and Shannon Quinn hope to lead Radnor to its third state title today against Harriton.

It’s the final day of the Delco high school sports season and as it always does, lacrosse is ending it in style. Here’s what to look for in today’s state title games.


Radnor is happy to be making the trek to Hershey, but making it and winning the title are two different things. Here’s how the Red Raiders stack up.

Record: 20-4 (Won 4)

Head coach: Brooke Fritz, third season, 55-15 record at Radnor.

Season vs. Harriton: 0-2.

Top Five Scorers


Shannon Quinn, Attack, Sr. 75-18-93

Sara Curley, Attack, Jr. 45-31-76

Taylor Quinn, Midfield, Sr. 39-11-50

Brooke Pancoast, Midfield, Sr. 32-18-50

Reilly Masterson, Attack, So. 21-11-32


(Saves/Goals Allowed, Save Percentage)

Grace Collins, Sr. 121/144, 45.7 percent

The Road to Hershey

District One Tournament

First Round

W 17-2 vs. Upper Merion

Second Round

W 17-0 vs. Springfield


W 11-10 vs. Garnet Valley


L 15-6 vs. Harriton

Third Place

W 15-5 vs. Boyertown

PIAA Tournament

First Round

W 12-11 OT vs. Archbishop Carroll


W 15-8 vs. Springfield


W 19-9 vs. Peters Township


4 Grace Collins

7 Katy Junior

8 Sara Curley

10 Eva Civitella

11 Abby Junior

12 Hannah Proctor

13 Kate Stanley

14 Lindsay Frumer

15 Leigh Nye

16 Kaelee Helms

17 Sydney Cowles

18 Shannon Quinn

19 Taylor Quinn

20 Katie Quinn

21 Reilly Masterson

26 Brooke Pancoast

28 Emma Bickhart

34 Fallon Quinn

39 Lyndsey Britton

44 Maddie Lally

47 Candace Hino

51 Emily Games

Assistant Coaches

Kristin Connell, Lauren Devlin, Susie Macciocca

On the Harriton side, the Rams have proven that they life without All-American midfielder Sabrina Tabasso hasn’t been that tough.Here’s a breakdown of the Rams.

Record: 24-2 (Won 9)

Head coach: George Dick, sixth season, 101-33 record at Harriton

Season vs. Radnor: 2-0.

Top Five Scorers


Caleigh Foust, Attack, Sr. 90-15-105

Katie Melvin, Midfield, Jr. 84-15-99

Sabrina Tabasso, Midfield, Jr. 48-49-97 (injured, will not play)

Jane Henderson, Midfield, So. 66-10-76

Alex Ladda, Attack, Fr. 26-7-33


Melina Avery 166 saves

The Road to Hershey

District One Tournament

First Round

W 19-6 vs. Central Bucks East

Second Round

W 19-5 vs. Merion Mercy


W 12-7 vs. Strath Haven


W 15-6 vs. Radnor


W 12-10 vs. Springfield

PIAA Tournament

First Round

W 10-7 vs. Conestoga


W 20-9 vs. Kennard-Dale


W 15-8 vs. Manheim Township


00 Melina Avery

1 Katie Melvin

2 Julia Marks

5 Caleigh Foust

7 Alexa Foust

8 Gabrielle Kontra

9 Bailey Ebby

10 Mel Sukonik

11 Maura Henderson

12 Sophia Kontra

14 Alexa Ladda

15 Katherine Talvacchia

18 Mel Vizak

19 Jane Henderson

20 Allie Margulies

21 Sarah Keefe

22 Taylor Streko

23 Hilary Lemonick

24 Carli Mezro

26 Meredith Morris

27 Annika Iyer

28 Akosua Mante

31 Hayley Morris

32 Jessica Herman

33 Alison Tepper

Assistant Coaches

Alex Shapiro, Stephanie Markunas


It’s Conestoga and La Salle for the 87th straight, give or take, year. The Pioneers and Explorers have clearly separated themselves from the rest of the PIAA pack.

Conestoga has way more losses than it’s used to at this point, but the Pioneers are where they wanted to be. (From the Daily Local‘s Andy Edwards)

La Salle has two strong goalies in Nick Hreshko and Colin MacDougall, and platooning them has been a boost for the Explorers. (From the Times Herald‘s Rick Kauffman)


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