2005-11-18 / Sports

SFDS Girls Intramurals Championship

This past weekend the semi final games were played fo,r St Francis DeSales Girls Intramurals.

On Friday 11/11 Bishop Kearney met Molloy in the 3rd & 4th grade division for an exciting game which Bishop Kearney finished as the winner in a 7-3 game.

The points were scored by Daisy Trusttum and Shannon Twomey, who had to overcome a real strong defense by Meaghan King, Alison Ebert, Hannah Kirk, Marina Cregan, Nicolette Peters, Emma Coliins and Caitlyn Byrne.

The next game was 5th & 6th grade, St. John’s vs. North Carolina. This proved to be a close matched game but St John’s Hannah Kelly, Rachel Gersch, Summer Trusttum, and Lisa Pulkoski pushed hard in the 4th quarter for a 23-17 victory. 

The second set of semifinal games were played on Saturday 11/12 between Stella Maris and Fontbonne Hall for the 3rd & 4th division. This game was real close until the 4th quarter when Fontbonne increased their lead and never lost it. Stella showed great defense especially by, Meghan Atwood, Anastasia O’Byrne, and Taylor Vegh. But they couldn’t hold off Fontbonne Hall’s Erin Klein, Maryellen Woods, Casey McDade, Nicole Maranga, and Kelly Casey.

The next game was between UCONN and the undefeated Georgetown. UCONN’s Shannon Dinnerman, Jenna Hoffman, Gabrielle O’Byrne, Ashley Raaf, Kara Ryan, Caroline Strehle and Kathleen Woods put up a good fight. But in the end, Georgetown’s Taylor Butigan, Kristen Henschel, Bridget Klein, and Emily Gifford remained undefeated. 

Everyone is invited to the championship game tonight. The 3rd & 4th division will be played at 6:00 p.m. between Fontbonne Hall and Bishop Kearney.

The 5th & 6th grade girls will play at 7:30 between St. John’s and Georgetown University.

All are invited and each game will be followed by an awards presentation and treats.

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