Hoops, Great Valley win, 1-0
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.
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.
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.
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.