Hoops, Great Val­ley win, 1-0

Daily Local News (West Chester, PA) - - SPORTS -

In a tight de­fen­sive strug­gle, the Great Val­ley girls’ soc­cer team edged Sun Val­ley, 1-0, in a Ches-Mont Amer­i­can clash on Monday. Cas­sidy Hoops scored the lone goal in the match, thanks to as as­sist from Mad­die Wolf.

Great Val­ley goal­keeper Lara Camp­bell turned away all five shots she faced in notch­ing the shutout.

WEST CHESTER RUSTIN 1, OX­FORD 0 » The Golden Knights pep­pered Ox­ford goal­tender, Tara Bender, time and time again, and was only able to get one by here, but it wound up be­ing enough. Meghan March scored the only goal of the match for Rustin. Bender wound up with 35 saves, in- clud­ing 27 in the sec­ond half.

DOWNINGTOWN EAST 7, KEN­NETT 0 » An­gela Car­cella and Aliza Trasatti each scored two times to help the Cougars blank the Blue Demons. Also scor­ing for East was Tay­lor Platt, Emma Steiger­wald and Re­bekah March. Brenna War­ren reg­is­tered two as­sists. Madi­son Can­tor had 10 saves for Ken­nett (3-4).

WEST CHESTER HEN­DER­SON 6, COATESVILLE 0 » The War­riors led 4-0 at the half en route to a 6-0 shutout over the Red Raiders. Kailee Coo­nan scored twice for Hen­der­son, and sin­gle goals were scored by Ju­lia Wood, Dayla Jack­son, Shan­non Ear­ley and El­lie Cour­net. Hen­der­son is 4-0 in the Ch­esMont

UNIONVILLE 2, BISHOP SHANA­HAN 2 » All four goals were scored in the first half as the In­di­ans and the Ea­gles (2-3-1) bat­tled to the Ch­esMont draw. Mary By­er­ley and Mag­gie Bonatek scored for Shana­han.

Veron­ica Hine­man and Roxanne Tic­carelli scored for the In­di­ans (3-3-1). Erin Gar­vey and Hine­man recorded as­sists.


OX­FORD 213, PEQUEA VAL­LEY 239 » Nick Rubbo carded two birdies in one-un­der­par round of 34 as the Hor­nets (6-6) rolled to the non­league vic­tory.

Girls soc­cer

WEST CHESTER RUSTIN 1, OX­FORD 0 » Meghan March scored a goal in first half and that was all the Golden Knigths needed to edge the Hor­nets. Tara Bender made 19 saves in goal for Ox­ford.

Boys soc­cer

DEVON PREP 2, PERKIOMEN SCHOOL 1 » John Cur­ran scored with 10 min­utes left in the sec­ond half to give the Tide (5-2) the non­league vic­tory. Nick Bello tal­lied in the first half, and Jimmy Lof­tus recorded five saves in goal.


VILLA MARIA 3, NAZARETH ACADEMY 0 » The Hur­ri­canes pre­vailed in this AACA match 25-10, 25-14, 25-8. Ju­lia Pel­letier, Jil­lian Fox and Kelsey Hoff led the way for Villa Maria, who im­proves to 3-0 in the AACA, 4-2 over­all. OX­FORD 3, IN­TER­BORO 0 0 » In non-league ac­tion, the Hor­nets topped the Bucs, 25-22, 25-13, 25-9. Sarah Robin­son (six kills), Mad­die Hamil­ton (11 kills, 16 as­sists), Made­line Hamil­ton (15 as­sists), Lo­gan Wolfe (sx­even kills, eight blocks), Ju­lianna Hug­gard (six kills, seven blocks) and Ni­cole Scott (five aces) led the way for Ox­ford.

Col­lege Golf

WCU PLACES THIRD AT LEMOYNE IN­VI­TA­TIONAL » Tay­lor Dask­ivich tied for first place at the LeMoyne In­vi­ta­tional, but dropped a play­off on the first hole to fin­ish sec­ond in the in­di­vid­ual stand­ings while West Chester Univer­sity’s women’s golf team placed third over­all on the team leader­board Monday. Dask­ivich signed for a ca­reer-low 74 on Monday, low­er­ing her ca­reer best for the third time in five rounds of golf since the fall season be­gan. She fin­ished the 36hole tour­na­ment with a 150, ty­ing with Gan­non’s Manuela Quevedo for first place. The two went out for their play­off round. How­ever, Quevedo parred the first hole while Dask­ivich set­tled for a bo­gey, giv­ing the in­di­vid­ual crown to Quevedo.

Dask­ivich’s five rounds of golf so far this season have been: 77, 75, 79, 76 and 74. Con­se­quently, she has fin­ished third, third and sec­ond in the Golden Rams’ three tour­na­ments to date. MIGHTY MACS 11TH AT PENN ST. IN­VI­TA­TIONAL » Im­mac­u­lata’s men’s golf team fin­ished play in its first tour­na­ment of the year on a wet Monday morn­ing. The Mighty Macs shot a sec­on­dround to­tal of 332, and came in 11th in the field with a tworound score of 663 (331-332) at the par 72 Dauphin High­lands. An­thony Spat­acco, play­ing his first tour­na­ment for the Mighty Macs, took three strokes off his first round with a 76 on Monday, and he fin­ished in a tie for 23rd with a 155 (79-76).


Great Val­ley fresh­man Thea Howard tries to de­fend Sun Val­ley cap­tain Emily Simp­son for con­trol of the ball Monday in East Whiteland. The Pa­tri­ots beat the Van­guards, 1-0.

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