Indians’ golf team clinches division crown
Unionville remained perfect on the year and clinched the ChesMont League American Division golf title with a 192-204 victory over West Chester Rustin Tuesday at Kennett Country Club.
Jack Niemkiwecz led the way with a 38 after two birdies and three bogeys.
Nick Gianelos and Rourke Dillon carded 37s.
Luke Shevlin had eight pars before making a birdie on the finishing ninth hole to lead Rustin with a 34.
At Kennett CC — 9 holes, Par 35 W.C. Rustin — Shevlin 34, Giuffre 39, Wagner 39, Kiddie 44, Ginsburg 48. Unionville — Niemkiewicz 36, Gianelos 37, Dillon 37, Kline 40, Passarella 42. OXfORD 223, SUN VALLEY 276
>> Nick Rubbo had a 39 and Chuck Sisler added a 41 as the Hornets (4-8, 9-8) rolled to the Ches-Mont American victory. At Wyncote — 9 holes, Par 36 Sun Valley — Bailey 44, Saleio 46, Tavacini 59, Simons 60, Penza 67. Oxford — N. Rubbo 39, Sisler 41, Cahill 46, Casey 48, Hartman 49. BISHOP SHANAHAN 201, DOWNINGTOWN WEST 246
>> Ryan Conners shot a two-under-par 36 to help the Eagles (9-1) maintain their one-match lead in the Ches-Mont National. Pat Nulty, Joe Juliana and Joe O’Malley all had a 41. At Downingtown CC — 9 holes, Par 36 Bishop Shanahan — Conners 34, Nulty 41, Juliana 41, O’Malley 41, Repetto 44.
Downingtown West — Harper 46, Leshko 49, Marrone 50, McGrinder 50, Finegan, 51. WEST CHESTER EAST 204,
AVON GROVE 221 >> Peter Thorbahn and Sofia Amoroso carded 39s with one birdie each to guide the Vikings (6-5) to the ChesMont National win. Thorbahn’s 39 was a personal best.
Matt Chalupa paced the Red Devils with a 38. At Downingtown CC — 9 holes, Par 36 Avon Grove — Chalupa 38, Stenta 42, McCarthy 44, Harman 48, DuVoll 49.
West Chester East — Thorbahn, 39, Amoroso 39, Shew 41, DiPiero 42, Brophy 43. WEST CHESTER HENDERSON
204, COATESVILLE 217 >> Tyler Rickel had a hole-in-one on the par-3, 115-yard fourth hole in the Warriors’ (5-8) Ches-Mont National win. Pat Muth birdied the finishing ninth hole to card a 39 to lead Henderson. Jack Strame and Natalie Jacobs both shot a 40.
Josh Carras paced the Red Raiders with a 41. At Coatesville CC — 9 holes, Par 35 W.C. Henderson — Muth 39, Strame 40, Jacobs 40, Teeter 42, Bertrando 43.
Coatesville — Carras 41, Kaiser 42, Nelso 43, Tury 44, Valentino 47.
VILLA MARIA 5, MERION MERCY 1 >> Annina Iacobucci had three goals to help the Hurricanes (5-1, 7-1) to the AACA victory. Adele Iacobucci and Emily Doyle also tallied for Villa. Villa Maria 2 3-5 Merion Mercy 1 0-1 Villa Maria goals: An. Iacobucci 3, Ad. Iacobucci, Doyle. Merion Mercy goal: Natale. Goalie saves: Acuna (VM) 9; Bedrossian (MM) 3. DOWNINGTOWN WEST 11,
OCTORARA 0 >> Taylor Orsi scored three times as the Whippets (5-0, 6-2) cruised to the Ches-Mont win. Clau- dia Jaszcak added a goal and two assists and Julianna Smyth had a goal and an assist. Octorara 0 0-0 Downingtown West 5 6-11 Downingtown West goals: Orsi 3, Garber, Smyth, C. Riccardo, Jaszczak, Schlosser, Johnson, Angelini, Hoerman. Goalie saves: Heagy (O) 17; Coker (DW) 0. BISHOP SHANAHAN 3, AVON GROVE 1 >> Emma Velez notched a pair of goals to lift the Eagles (1-4, 3-7) to the Ches-Mont National win.
Lindsey Traino tallied for the Red Devils. . Avon Grove 0 1-1 Bishop Shanahan 2 1-3 Avon Grove goal: Traino. Bishop Shanahan goals: P. Plevyak, Velez 2. Goalie saves: Gentile (AG) 2; Pappas (BS) 4. WEST CHESTER HENDERSON
3, KENNETT 1 >> Kasey Collins had a goal and an assist to lift the Warriors to the Ches-Mont victory.
Kildi Reiter scored for the Blue Demons. W.C. Henderson 3 0-3 Kennett 1 0-1 W.C. Henderson goals: Harkins, Latimer, Collins. Kennett goal: Reiter. Goalie saves: Franco (WCH) 1; Borman (K) 20. OXfORD 3, WEST CHESTER EAST 2 >> Rachel Hannum scored the winning goal with 13:42 left in the second half as the Hornets gained the Ches-Mont win. Sarah Johnson scored twice.
Kelly Conlon and Lauren Fredricks tallied for the Vikings.
UNIONVILLE 4, GREAT VALLEY2>> Maddie McDonough, Morgan Lyons, Annie McDonough and Clair Donovan dented the net for the Indians in the Ches-Mont American victory.
Emma Iacobucci had two goals for the Patriots. Erin Kratzer made 25 saves. Unionville 2 2-4 Great Valley 1 1-2 Unionville goals: M. McDonough, Lyons, A. McDonough, Donovan. Great Valley goals: Iacobucci 2. Goalie saves: Detweiler (U) 6, Gaebel (U) 6; Kratzer (GV) 25.
AVON GROVE 5, BISHOP SHANAHAN 0 >> Dan Perkins, Hulisses Carmona, Brent Coward, Juan Fernandez and Ben James scored in the first half as the Red Devils (3-3, 4-4-1) rolled to the Ches-Mont victory. Bishop Shanahan 0 0-0 Avon Grove 5 0-5 Avon Grove goals: Perkins, Carmona, Coward, Fernandez, James. Goalie saves: Schoener (BS) 7; Sar (AG) 3, Zamudio (AG) 2. WEST CHESTER HENDERSON 4, KENNETT 1 >> Frank DeRosa scored twice, while Brandon Kavetski and Zach Roberts scored for the Warriors in the Ches-Mont victory.
UNIONVILLE 1, GREAT VALLEY0>> Evan Bennis scored with 9:36 left in the first half as the Indians (3-2-1, 6-2-1) edged the Patriots in the Ches-Mont American contest. Great Valley 0 0-0 Unionville 1 0-1 Unionville goal: Bennis. Goalie saves: Nehring (GV) 2; Nitz (U) 5. DOWNINGTOWN EAST 4, WEST CHESTER RUSTIN 1 >> The Cougars scored twice in each half for the ChesMont victory. W.C. Rustin 0 1-1 Downingtown East 2 2-4 W.C. Rustin goal: Doris. Downingtown East goals: Lewis, Reimold, Blevins, Santangelo. Goalie saves: Bosch (WCR) 8; Good (DE) 10, Ashenfelter (DE) 1. COATESVILLE 3, SUN VALLEY 1>> Alex Potter had two goals as the Red Raiders (2-2-1, 4-3-1) collected the ChesMont triumph. Sun Valley 0 1-1 Coatesville 1 2-3 Sun Valley goal: Rayvac. Coatesville goals: Potter 2, Ahmed. Goalie saves: Mirnanda (SV) 5; Oleykowski (C) 3.
DOWNINGTOWN EAST 3, WEST CHESTER RUSTIN 0 >> Mary Williams had 37 assists, seven digs and two aces as the Cougars (4-2, 6-5) won the Ches-Mont League match, Jordan Houseworch added nine kills and one block, Jasmine Ferrence had 11 kills and 10 digs and Jill Curran notched eight kills.
BISHOP SHANAHAN 3, AVON GROVE 0 >> Kara Schultz recorded 17 kills and 13 digs to help the Eagles (6-0, 8-0) stay perfect in the Ches-Mont National, 25-19, 25-23, 25-9 Kara Schulz 17 kills, 13 digs Alexa Marcum six kills one dig. Renee Schultz five kills 18 assists 10 digs 6-0, 8-0.
WEST CHESTER EAST 3, OXfORD 0 >> Holly Brady served six aces and Ali Ward added 17 kills as the Vikings won the Ches-Mont match, 2510, 25-9, 25-21. Taylor Crawford dished out 30 assits for East. Logan Wolfe had six kills and five blocks and Maddie Hamilton added eight assists and four kills for the Hornets.
WEST CHESTER HENDERSON 3, KENNETT 0 >> Amanda Ball served five aces and Rebecca Gray added seven kills in the 25-12, 25-16, 2522 Ches-Mont victory. Maddie Gershman also played well for Henderson.
DOWNINGTOWN WEST 3, OCTORARA 0 >> Hailey Lewis had 10 kills and three blocks, while Aly Reardon had 10 kills as the Whippets recorded the 25-11, 25-17, 2514 Ches-Mont victory. Kenzie Pincura had eight kills and two aces, Gina Schetroma recorded 25 digs, Lexi Baldwin notched 14 assists and six aces and Alex Kenny chipped in seven digs and two aces.
GREAT VALLEY 3, UNIONVILLE 0 >> Abby Daniels and Danielle DiSciullo played well offensively and Julia Stilwell was a standout defensively as the Indians (4-2, 6-2) notched the 2512, 25-18, 27-25 Ches-Mont American win.
Jessica Somitz had five kills and 12 digs, while Olivia Hojinacki added 12 digs.
WEST 7, SUN CHESTERVALLEY 0 HENDERSON>> The Warriors singles (11-0) matches, swept 6-0, the 6-0, three to clinch the Ches-Mont National Division title. Singles6-0, 6-0. - 2. 1. Soria Baxter (WCH) (WCH) def. def. Warren, Cronin, 6-0, 6-0. 3. Liu (WCH) def. Koons, 6-0, 6-0. Doubles Catka-Lannon,- 1. Knapp-Boswell6-4, 6-0. 2. Knopp-Carey(WCH) def. (WCH) 3. Nerblum-Lalickerdef. Madden-Piccioni,(WCH) def. 6-1, DiBonaSmith,6-0. (WCH) 6-0, def. 6-0. Higgins-Lynch,4. Solnosky-Boswell6-1, 6-0. BISHOP 0 SHANAHAN>> The Eagles6, CHICHESTERused a 6-1,at first 6-2 singleswin by Abbyin the Bailey nonleague victory. Singles6-2. 2. Szabla- 1. Bailey (BS) (BS)def. Massaquoi,def. Naugle, 6-0, 6-1, 6-2. 3. Cecco (BS) def. Murdock, 6-0, 6-0. Doubles - 1. Diehl-Giacomucci (BS) def. Jung-Diebler, 6-0, 6-2. 2. Manley-Campbell (BS) def. Stevenson-Sanor, 6-1, 6-1. 3. Higgins-ODonnell (BS) def. MalloryPadilla, 6-2, 6-1. OCTORARA 6, COATESVILLE
1>> Erin Lomboy and Kelly Lomboy were victorious at first and second singles as the Braves captured the Ches-Mont match.
Sarah Cargbo registered the lone win for the Red Raiders at third singles. Singles - 1. E. Lomboy (O) def. Schulz, 6-0, 6-1. 2. K. Lomboy (O) def. Domsohn, 6-3, 6-0. 3. Cargbo (C) def. Hart, 6-1, 6-1. Doubles - 1. Haven-Ervine (O) def. Hiller-Jurado, 6-1, 6-0. 2. Wheeler-Meek (O) def. Jones-Boykin, 6-1, 6-2. 3. YarrishKimes (O) def. Barnand-Lopez, 6-0, 6-0. 4. Dickinson-Burkhardt (O) def. PhillipsRuelas, 6-0, 6-0. OXfORD 4, ACADEMY PARK 3 >> Brooke Yearsley and Jordan Henderson won a key match at first doubles as the Hornets (1-10) notched their first victory of the season. Amanda Cooper and Rachel Shelly played well in earning a victory at third doubles. Singles - 1. Reid (AP def. Troutman, 6-0, 6-1. 2. Outland (AP) def. A. Boohar, 6-3, 6-0. 3. Azor (AP) def. Bell, 6-3, 6-0. Doubles - 1. Yearsley-Henderson (O) def. Lee-Kela, 6-3, 6-7 (4), 6-4. 2. MockWalton (O) def. Phillips-Erskine, 6-3, 6-4. 3. Cooper-Shelly (O) def. Roupe-White, 6-1, 6-1. 4. Bartlett-K. Henderson (O) def. Patel-Bey, 6-0, 6-0. CONESTOGA 7, UPPER DARBY 0>> Sarah Aboseada and Divya Srinivas were standouts at second doubles as the Pioneers (10-0, 15-1) kept their one-game lead in the Central League.
Singles - 1. Wood (C) def. Page, 6-0, 6-1. 2. Priya Aravindhan (C) def. Zhao, 6-0, 6-0. 3. Dodge (C) def. Jian, 6-3, 6-1. Doubles - 1. Herman-Burdick (C) def. C. Jian-Tringh, 6-1, 6-1. 2. Aboseada-Srinivas (C) def. T. Page-Schultz, 6-0, 6-2. 3. Ginter-Kambayashi (C) def. Laws-Meyley, 6-2, 6-0. 4. Mazza-Franz (C) def. Gulley-Ung, 6-0, 6-0.
WEST CHESTER EAST 2, OXfORD 0 >> Julianna Bell and Maya Mokhten scored as the Vikings (4-3) delivered the Ches-Mont victory. Oxford 0 0-0 W.C. East 1 1-2 Downingtown East goals: . Bishop Shanahan goals: Bell, Mokhten. Goalie saves: Oxford name not available 6; Soto (WCE) 0, Bradley (WCE) 0. WESTTOWN 1, GEORGE SCHOOL 0 >> Emily Coe scored off an assist from Sara Oswald as the Moose (6-2) notched the Friends School League victory. George School 0 0-0 Westtown 1 0-1 Westtown goal: Coe . Goalie saves: George School not available; Nieman (W) 4. VILLA MARIA 2, MERION
MERCY 0 >> Marissa DiGenova scored as the Hurricanes (4-3, 6-3) collected the AACA victory. Audrey Fantazzia recorded two assits, while, Belle Colaiezzi and Kenzie Kolar were standouts defensively along with Christina DiGuilio and Tori Kent in midfield. Merion Mercy 0 0-0 Villa Maria 0 2-0 Villa Maria goals: DiGenova, Byrne . Goalie saves: Glowacki (MM) 13; McLachlan (VM) 2.
College Men’s Soccer
WEST CHESTER 0, MILLERSVILLE 0 >> Sophomore goalkeeper James Wood registered three saves to pick up his third shutout of the season as host West Chester knotted up No. 22 Millersville. West Chester (5-2-2, 4-1-1 PSAC) moved one point ahead of idle Mercyhurst into first place in the PSAC standings with the tie and remained two points ahead of third-place Millersville (52-2, 3-1-2).
WEST CHESTER 5, MILLERSVILLE0>> Five different Golden Rams were able to find the back of the net to capture a 5-0 victory over visiting Millersville in a PSAC women’s soccer match at Rockwell Field on Tuesday afternoon. No. 9 West Chester remains undefeated on the season (9-0-0, 9-0-0 PSAC), while also accomplishing nine consecutive victories to begin the season for the first time since 2012.
IMMACULATA 9, CLARKS SUMMIT 2 >> The Immaculata women’s soccer team (2-1) improved their CSAC) record to 2-1 with an offensive outburst in a 9-2 victory over Clarks Summit (1-7, 0-3 CSAC). The nine goals is the most the Mighty Macs have scored since October 8th, 2011 in a 9-0 win over Keystone. IU had eight different goal scorers on the day, as freshman Courtney Stinger was the only Mac with two goals, the first two of her career. Senior Rachel Lamb set a new Immaculata team record with three assists on the day and added one goal, while senior Carly Mirarchi had one goal and two assists for four points. Freshman Amanda Sroka netted the first goal of her career and senior Tina Rosario scored the first goal of her IU career as well. Senior Erica Buckley, sophomore Carrie Quigley, and sophomore Morgan McDonough each got on the scoreboard for IU.
WEST CHESTER 9, CALDWELL 0>> West Chester University’s women’s tennis team opened its dual match schedule Tuesday with a 9-0 shutout over host Caldwell College. West Chester claimed the three doubles matches to take an early 3-0 lead. Maddy Shaak was a 6-3, 6-0 winner to clinch the match at second singles. Rylee Power was a 6-0. 6-4 winner at third singles while Abriana Nolan was a 6-1, 6-2 winner at fourth singles. Sophie Rathmell) was an 8-1 winner at fifth singles and Steph Cifarelli was an 8-0 winner at sixth singles.
IMMACULATA 9, ARCADIA 0 >> The Immaculata women’s tennis team grabbed their third 9-0 victory in their last four matches, as they shutout visiting Penn State-Brandywine in a non-conference match. Senior Lauren Degnan and junior Kelly Gross at first doubles and senior Annaliese Kambouroglos and sophomore Caitlin Savage at second doubles each won easily by scores of 8-0 and 8-1, respectively.
Conestoga goalie Colin Dougherty handles a shot from Haverford’s Chris Rose in the second half at Cornog Field in Haverford.
Conestoga’s Blaise Milanek mixes it up with Haverford’s Sean Cannon in the second half Tuesday.