Whip­pets roll to field hockey vic­tory

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

Tay­lor Orsi had three goals as Down­ing­town West broke open a close game in the sevond half en route to a 7-0 non­league field hockey win over Haver­ford High on Fri­day.

Clau­dia Jasczczak added a pair of goals. Ju­lianna Smyth and Ta­tum John­son added sin­gle tal­lies.

Caitlin Coker made two saves for West’s 10th shutout of the sea­son.

Vol­ley­ball

DOWN­ING­TOWN WEST 3, MUHLENBERG 0 >> So­phie Gelling had nine kills as the Whip­pets captured the non­league match, 25-8, 25-13, 25-11. Ken­zie Pin­cura had eight kills and six aces, Aly Rear­don som­piled six kills and four aces. Alex Kenny added six aces and seven digs and Hai­ley Lewis had four kills and three blocks.

Al­lie Huff led the Mules with three kills and six digs, while An­gelina Colon added two kills and three digs.

AVON GROVE 3, COLLEGIUM CHAR­TER 0 >> Emily Brown had five kills and nine digs as the Red Devils won the non­league match, 25-6, 2514, 25-8. Kirsten Ban­ter added 14 as­sists and Emily Mc­Cann added nine aces and four kills.

Water Polo

MALVERN PREP 17, PENN CHAR­TER 7 >> Is­sac Sali­nas had eight goals and three as­sists and Steve Salle added six goals, three as­sists and three blocks to help the Fri­ars (3-0, 12-3) to the In­ter-Ac win. Sean Oates, An­drew Knaauss and Sea­mus Glynn also scored, while goalie Griff De­laney made 13 saves and also added three as­sists.

Col­lege Women’s Ten­nis

IMMACULATA 9, NOTRE DAME (MD.) 0 >> Immaculata won its fourth straight match. They are now 9-4 over­all and 5-2 in Colo­nial States Ath­letic Con­fer­ence (CSAC) play. Immaculata started the match by win­ning at all three dou­bles po­si­tions. Lau­ren Deg­nan and Kelly Gross teamed up to de­feat El­iz­a­beth Tran and Natalie Smith, 8-0, at the top spot. An­naliese Kam­bourog­los and Caitlin Sav­age paired up for an 8-2 win op­po­site Car­rie Nay­lor and Kait­lyn Som­mer in the sec­ond po­si­tion. Su­san Cal­la­han and Claire Stim­son bat­tled at third dou­bles with Sandy Vo and Catherine Brudzin­ski but were able to come out ahead, 8-5. Deg­nan was the first sin­gles match to fin­ish as she won 6-2, 6-0 against Tran at the first spot, and Gross clinched the match for the Mighty Macs as she dis­patched Nay­lor, 6-0, 6-0 at sec­ond sin­gles. Time­sha Smith, play­ing sixth sin­gles, was next off the court with a 6-1, 6-1 vic­tory against Mor­gan Harter. Kam­bourog­los, at third, won in straight 6-0 sets against Som­mer, while Sav­age won at fifth sin­gles against Vo, 6-0, 6-1.

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