Whippets roll to field hockey victory
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.
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.
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.