Downingtown West beats East to reach final
Top-seeded Downingtown West beat crosstown rival Downingtown East in the Pioneer Athletic Conference girls golf team semifinal Tuesday. The Whippets will face Hatboro-Horsham in Thursday’s final.
Lilly Byrne shot a 45 as Downingtown West knocked off Downingtown East, 194-205, in the semifinal of the Pioneer Athletic Conference Final Four in girls golf at Whitford Golf Club Tuesday.
The Whippets will face Hatboro-Horsham in the final Thursday.
Caitlin McGrinder followed with a 46, and Grace Hickey added a 50.
Liddie McCook was medalist for the Cougars with a 42. Anisha Sonti had a 51 and Megan Ostertag chipped in a 53.
GREAT VALLEY 214 » Liv Juliana shot a 48 for the Patriots in the PAC Final Four semifinal. Amanda Hutchinson and Allison West added 55s.
DOWNINGTOWN EAST 3, GREAT VALLEY 0 » The Cougars (5-2-1, 7-5-1) received goals from three different players in winning the Ches-Mont contest. Caroline Webb, Siena Urbanski and Jess Wilcox tallied for East.
W.C. HENDERSON 2, BISHOP
SHANAHAN 1 » Kasey Collins’ second goal of the day with 56 seconds left allowed the Warriors to post the Ches-Mont victory.
Megan Gallagher scored for the Eagles.
UNIONVILLE 6, OCTORARA
0» Katie Anderson scored three times as the Indians posted the Ches-Mont American victory. Kristen Andes, Kailey Manello and Caroline Fisher played strong games for Unionville.
WEST CHESTER EAST 6, WEST
CHESTER RUSTIN 0 » Callie Guerra scored twice as the Vikings posted the ChesMont National victory. Kelly Conlon, Maggie Gallagher, Lauren Fredricks and Erica Storey also scored for East.
OXFORD 1, COATESVILLE 0 » Sarah Johnson scored with 13:20 in the second half as the Hornets captured the Ches-Mont victory.
Sydney Taylor made 19 saves. Kendal Wilkes made two defensive saves, while Lindsay Walsh and Maddie Fleming made one each. UNIONVILLE 1, CONESTOGA 1,OT» Nia Scott equalized with 10 minutes left in the second half as the Pioneers (8-0-3) stayed unbeaten with the nonleague draw. Sophia Detweiler scored on a penalty kick for the Indians (5-4-2).
WEST CHESTER HENDERSON 5, BISHOP SHANAHAN 0
» Kate Gordon registered a hat trick as the Warriors (70-1, 9-1-2) rolled to the ChesMont National win. Olivia Parke and Catherine Derosa also score. WEST CHESTER RUSTIN 1, WEST CHESTER EAST 0 » Kendall Ammerman scored in the first half as the Golden Knights (7-1) recorded the Ches-Mont victory. Nicole Cousens had to make just one save, the fifth of the season for Rustin.
DOWNINGTOWN EAST 4,
GREAT VALLEY 1 » Jess Keeler scored three goals as the Cougars notched the ChesMont victory.
Courtney Stevens tallied for the Patriots.
DOWNINGTOWN EAST 1, GREAT VALLEY 1 » Luke Wilson scored for the Patriots (4-3-1, 6-5-1) in the ChesMont draw.
WEST CHESTER EAST 3, WEST CHESTER RUSTIN 0 » Tim Ecker, Mike Hahn and Andreas Forero scored as the Vikings (4-5-2) earned the Ches-Mont victory.
WEST CHESTER HENDERSON 2, BISHOP SHANAHAN 0 » Tom Caufield and Richie Schlentz scored in the first half as the Warriors (12-1) captured the Ches-Mont National victory.
AVON GROVE 3, SUN VALLEY 0» Ben Kretzing, Stetson Fenster and Brent Coward scored for the Red Devils (44, 5-5-1) in the Ches-Mont victory.
UNIONVILLE 6, OCTORARA 0 » Eric Greer had two goals and Hunter Firment had a goal and three assists as the Indians collected the ChesMont American victory. WEST CHESTER RUSTIN 6, AVON GROVE 1 » The Golden Knights (5-7) used a Jessica Moore win at first singles to cruise to the Ches-Mont victory.
DOWNINGTOWN WEST 7, SUN
VALLEY 0 » Lily Shi, Hannah Claffey and Kayla Grigiano won their singles matches as the Whippets (10-2) swept the Ches-Mont match.
WEST CHESTER HENDERSON 7, OXFORD 0 » The Warriors stayed perfect at 12-0 in the Ches-Mont and 15-0 overall. Jessica Liu, Victoria Ming and Claudia Knapp won their singles matches, 6-0, 6-0.
BISHOP SHANAHAN 6, KENNETT 1 » The Eagles (6-6) cruised to the Ches-Mont victory.
DOWNINGTOWN EAST 7, OCTORARA 0 » Maddie Minio outlasted Kelly Lomboy in three sets to highlight the Cougars’ Ches-Mont sweep. The Braves fell to 4-7 in the Ches-Mont, and 5-7 overall.
AVON GROVE 3, SUN VALLEY 0 » Chloee Kleespies had nine kills and 15 digs and Julia Crabtree added 13 kills as the Red Devils (6-2, 12-2) won the Ches-Mont match, 25-23, 25-23 and 25-12. Emily McCann dished out 19 assists.
BISHOP SHANAHAN 3, OXFORD 0 » Ceandra Ashman had 17 assists and four aces in the Eagles’ 25-18, 25-16, 25-15 victory. Brianna Mineweasler added five kills and Michayla Devlin had three kills and three blocks.
WEST CHESTER RUSTIN 3, WEST CHESTER EAST 0 » Emma Nelson led the Golden Knights with 13 kills and Kaia Johnson and QAlessia Mattera had seven kills each in the 25-15, 2523, 25-15 Ches-Mont victory. Callie McGinnis had 23 assists, Laure Hayes had three aces and 18 digs and Amanda Fichter recorded 18 digs.
For the Vikings, Ali Ward recorded 11 kills and 15 digs, Holly Brady had six kills and Taylor Crawford notched 22 assists and 11 digs.
DOWNINGTOWN EAST 3, GREAT VALLEY 2 » Jasmine Ferrence recorded 14 kills, 21 digs, two aces and a block to help the Cougars (6-2, 10-5) eke out the 2523, 17-25, 27-29, 25-20, 15-13 Ches-Mont victory. Shannon Frank added 18 digs, Mary Williams had 42 assists, nine digs and one ace, while Jordan Houseworth notched nine kills and three blocks.
Aimee Christian, Danielle DiSciullo and Abby Daniels had strong performances for the Patriots (63, 8-3).
DOWNINGTOWN WEST 3, KENNETT 0 » Aly Reardon and Kenzie Pincura had 10 kills each as the Whippets (7-1, 8-1) rolled to the 25-6, 2517, 25-13 Ches-Mont victory. Nicole Walker added four kills and two blocks, Siri Neba chipped in with three blocks. Lexi Baldwin had 13 assists and five aces and Chloe O’Donnell had 14 assists.
MALVERN PREP 11, GERMANTOWN ACADEMY 8 » Issac Salinas and Sean Oates had
three goals each to lead the Friars (2-0, 11-3) to the Inter-Ac victory. Steve Salle had two goals and four assists. Seamus Glynn had a pair of goals and Andrew Knauss added a goal. Griff Delaney made 12 saves.
College Field Hockey
SHIPPENSBURG 3, WEST CHESTER 1 » Secondranked Shippensburg registered three unanswered goals to defeat the Golden Rams. Senior midfielder Dayle Paustian gave West Chester an early 1-0 lead less than two minutes into the match. Mackenzie Mlkvy recorded her first collegiate point with the assist. Cassie Rawa scored twice for the Raiders. Shippensburg (11-1, 4-0 PSAC) outshot West Chester (5-6, 2-2 PSAC) 18-7.
IMMACULATA 2, NOTRE DAME (MD.) 1 » The Mighty Mac women’s soccer team (4-7, 4-1 CSAC) claimed their third straight victory. Senior Carly Mirarchi scored in the first half, while sophomore Carrie Quigley broke a 1-1 tie in the 76th minute to give the Mighty Macs the lead for good. The two remained tied with a team-high six goals on the season. The Macs outshot the Gators 19-11, and senior Allie Tracey made seven saves in the cage to earn her fourth win of the season.
IMMACULATA 9, CLARKS SUMMIT 0 » The Mighty Macs (7-4, 3-2 CSAC) swept the CSAC match.
In doubles, the Macs got a win by forfeit at the third position, and made quick work of the other two matches as senior Lauren Degnan and junior Kelly Gross won 8-2 at first doubles, and senior Annaliese Kamobouroglos and sophomore Caitlin Savage won 8-0 at the second position. The momentum did not stop there as the Macs dropped just three games total in singles play. Freshman Timesha Smith picked up a forfeit victory at the sixth position, while Callahan at fourth and Savage at fifth won, 6-0, 6-0. Degnan and Kambouroglos each won 6-1, 6-0 at first and third singles, respectively, while Gross won at second singles, 6-0, 6-1.
IMMACULATA 3, CLARKS SUMMIT 0 » Immaculata volleyball evened its Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) record at 2-2 with its 3-0 sweep against Clarks Summit, 25-11, 25-16, 25-20. Immaculata (5-10) has now won two-straight matches to end its current twomatch home stand. Clarks Summit slips to 5-12, 3-2 CSAC. Arden Vizzard recorded a double-double with 11 kills and 12 digs. Gabrielle Guerrera finished with seven kills, and Shelby Belk and Tess Kieffer each had five kills. Immaculata’s attackers had a strong performance as the team hit .342 for the match led off by a .500 hitting percentage (13 kills, 0 errors, 26 attacks) during the first set. Olivia Zdradzinski made 27 assists and eight digs. Molly Truitt pitched in six digs. Olivia Carter served up 11 aces for the match and the Mighty Macs finished with 15 aces as a team.