Pa­tri­ots nab vol­ley­ball ti­tle

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Great Val­ley clinched its sec­ond straight Ches-Mont League Amer­i­can Division vol­ley­ball cham­pi­onship Wed­nes­day with a 3-0 vic­tory over Sun Val­ley by scores of 25-10, 25-11, 25-17.

Great Val­ley clinched its sec­ond straight Ches-Mont League Amer­i­can Division vol­ley­ball cham­pi­onship Wed­nes­day with a 3-0 vic­tory over Sun Val­ley by scores of 25-10, 25-11, 25-17.

The Pa­tri­ots fin­ished at 9-4, one game ahead of West Ch­ester Rustin.

Se­niors Aimee Chris­ten, Abby Daniels, Ju­lia Stil­well, Ha­ley Mur­phy, Danielle DiS­ci­ullo and Macken­zie Far­relly played well to con­trib­ute to the vic­tory.

AVON GROVE 3, WEST CH­ESTER EAST 0 >> Ju­lia Crab­tree had 11 kills and 11 digs as the Red Devils (11-2, 202) won the Ches-Mont Na­tional match, 25-10, 25-19. Chloee Kleespies added 14 kills, Liz Hadly had four kills and three blocks. Emily McCann reg­is­tered 13 as­sists and Ayanna Turner notched four aces and seven digs.

For the Vik­ings, Ali Ward had seven kills and five digs and Tay­lor Craw­ford dished out 12 as­sists.

BISHOP SHANA­HAN 3, SUN VAL­LEY 0 >> The Ea­gles fin­ished the reg­u­lar sea­son a per­fect 13-0 in the Ch­esMont and 18-0 over­all with a 25-11, 25-19, 25-18 Ches-Mont vic­tory. Se­niors Alexa Mar­cum had eight Kills, three aces and 13 digs, Lo­gan Wy­bran­ski had seven digs and Jenna Los­ito recorded 15 digs.

VILLA MARIA 3, MOUNT ST. JOSEPH 2 >> The Hur­ri­canes (13-7) eked out a five-set vic­tory in the AACA fi­nal for its fourth straight league cham- pi­o­nship. They won, 30-28, 14-25, 21-25, 25-22, 15-12. Shan­non Thomas led Villa with 50 as­sists, 18 digs and three aces. Erin Zim­mer­man and Carly Ostrowski had 18 kills each. Molly Dun­fee added 28 digs.

DOWN­ING­TOWN EAST 3, WEST CH­ESTER HENDERSON 1>> Jas­mine Fer­rence had 17 kills and 16 digs as the Cougars (11-2, 17-5) cap­tured the Ches-Mont Na­tional match, 28-8, 25-17, 17-25, 25-19. 288. Chris­tine Lay­den added one kill, one dig and five aces, Kelly Cherry two as­sists, one kill, one ace and 22 digs, Clare Long six kills, 10 digs, five aces and one block and Shan­non Frank had nine digs, seven as­sists and one as­sist.

For the War­riord, Fiona Pyfer had 18 kills, Al­lie Tench added 11 kills and 20 digs and Al­lie Deabreu dished out 34 as­sists.

OX­FORD 3, PENN WOOD 0 >> The Hor­nets cap­tured the non­league match, 25-16, 2511, 25-9 as Ju­lianna Hug­gard had nine kills, Lo­gan Wolfe had four blocks and 16 digs, Ni­cole Scott had five aces and Mad­die Hamil­ton notched 15 as­sists.

Field Hockey

WEST CH­ESTER EAST 2, AVON GROVE 0 >> Kelly Con­lon and Mag­gie Gal­lagher net­ted first-half goals as the Vik­ings (9-4, 11-7) earned the Ches-Mont Na­tional vic­tory. Nikki Bent­ley had six saves for the shutout.

CONESTOGA 5, CEN­TRAL BUCKS SOUTH 0 >> Mered­ith Ross scored five times as the Pi­o­neers (17-1) rolled to the non­league vic­tory.

WEST CH­ESTER HENDERSON 4, DOWN­ING­TOWN EAST 0 >> Is­abelle Har­leins and Lexie Dun­leavy had two goals each as the War­riors rolled to the Ches-Mont Na­tional win. OCTORARA 3, COATESVILLE 2,OT>> Page Low­ery scored twice as the Braves posted the Ches-Mont vic­tory. Low­ery scored with 15 sec­onds left in over­time for the win.

Stephanie Oleykowski and Brooke Cie­less tal­lied for the Red Raiders.

KEN­NETT 1, GREAT VAL­LEY 0,

OT >> Tay­lor Cullen scored the game’s lone goal in over­time to give the Blue Demons the Ches-Mont Amer­i­can win. Claire Bor­man recorded 18 saves for the shutout.

Kate Rosecky and Ni­cole Allen had nine shots each. UNIONVILLE 2, DOWN­ING­TOWN WEST 0 >> Katie Anderson had a goal and an as­sist as the In­di­ans handed the Whip­pets their first Ch­esMont de­feat. Mad­die McDonough also scored for Unionville. Lizzie Gaebel made six saves, while Carly Hewes, Caro­line Fisher, Re­becca Peakes and Kai­ley Man­nello were stand­outs on de­fense.

Girls Soc­cer

OCTORARA 3, COATESVILLE 2>> As­to­ria Fer­rera, Emily Wal­ton and Jes­sica Brewer scored for the Braves (4-9) in the Ches-Mont fi­nale.

Kal­lie Bul­lock and Amaya Douglass tal­lied for the Red Raiders (1-11-1). WEST CH­ESTER RUSTIN 1, BISHOP SHANA­HAN 0 >> Ken­dall Am­mer­man scored in the first half as the Golden Knights (10-3, 11-7) posted the Ches-Mont vic­tory. Ni­cole Cousens made five saves for Rustin. GREAT VAL­LEY 3, KEN­NETT 0>> Emily Un­terkoe­fler, Emma Gray and Kait­lyn Toal scored as the Pa­tri­ots (7-6) posted the Ches-Mont win. The goals for Un­terkoe­fler and Toal were both their first of the sea­son.

WEST CH­ESTER EAST 1, AVON

GROVE 0, OT >> Ju­lianna Bell scored with five min­utes left in the first over­time to give the Vik­ings (7-6) the Ch­esMont Na­tional vic­tory.

Madi Geis made nine saves for the Red Devils (58).

Wa­ter Polo

MALVERN PREP 13, FRIENDS CEN­TRAL 0 >> Jack Lay­den 14 saves Adam Yalon­ski Jack Barnes three goals each, Stephen O’Meara two goals Nick Cal­varesy five steals and one block shot and one goal 14-4 .

Col­lege Women’s Soc­cer

WEST CH­ESTER 2, LOCK HAVEN 0 >> West Ch­ester (140, 14-0 PSAC) re­mains un­de­feated in their 2016 cam­paign, while Lock Haven drops to (5-9, 4-9 PSAC). Se­nior Ha­ley Man­gia­ruga put the Golden Rams ahead late in the first half to cap­ture a 1-0 head­ing into half­time. Wolfe logged the as­sist on the play. Se­nior goal­keeper Alex Sro­lis made one save, while also record­ing the shutout. She now has 32 ca­reer shutouts, ty­ing the school record held by Lyn­d­sie Bernar­dini (2009-10).

IMMACULATA 1, GWYNEDD MERCY 0 >> Paulina Rucci scored a sec­ond-half goal as the Mighty Macs (6-9, 6-3 CSAC) picked up a cru­cial 1-0 vic­tory over Gwynedd Mercy (7-5-2, 5-3 CSAC). With a win or tie on Satur­day or a loss or tie by Key­stone, the Macs will clinch the pro­gram’s first play­off berth.

Field Hockey

IMMACULATA 14, NOTRE DAME (MD.) 1 >> Me­gan Done­gan set a school record for most points in a game as Immaculata (6-11, 2-3 CSAC) routed Notre Dame of Mary­land (111, 0-5 CSAC). Done­gan tied a school mark with five goals and added three as­sists.

Men’s Soc­cer

WEST CH­ESTER 3, LOCK HAVEN 2 >> West Ch­ester reg­is­tered three unan­swered goals in the sec­ond half to eclipse a two-goal deficit. Colin Hester setup team­mate Tim French, who knocked in what proved to be the game-win­ner with less than five min­utes re­main­ing. West Ch­ester (10-3-2, 7-1-1 PSAC) got on the score­board first by ju­nior mid­fielder Brett Glasco fir­ing a shot into the far corner off of a Miguel Ross penalty kick. Gio­vanni Mowrey evened the game at two apiece, gath­er­ing the re­bound and knock­ing the ball into an empty net. James Wood made three saves in the win.

Ath­let­ics

LIN­COLN HIRES NEW SID >> The Lin­coln Univer­sity Ath­letic Depart­ment and in­terim Ath­letic Direc­tor An­thony Pla´ are ex­cited to an­nounce the hir­ing of Robert “Bob” Heller as the depart­ment’s next Sports In­for­ma­tion Direc­tor.

“We are ex­cited to have Bob on board here in our ath­letic depart­ment,’ said Pla´. “With his ex­pe­ri­ence and knowl­edge in the field of sports in­for­ma­tion, he will help pro­mote all of our ath­letic teams at the lo­cal, re­gional and na­tional level. His knowl­edge of the me­dia in the lo­cal area will help el­e­vate the ex­po­sure of our teams. He is a ma­jor as­set to us and we are happy to have him be a part of our fam­ily.”

Heller comes to Lin­coln from Univer­sity of the Sciences where he served as the depart­ment’s Direc­tor of Ath­letic Com­mu­ni­ca­tions and Sports In­for­ma­tion Direc­tor from 1997 un­til De­cem­ber of last year.

A grad­u­ate of Vil­lanova Univer­sity, Heller was US­ciences’ first ever full­time sports in­for­ma­tion direc­tor and over­saw all as­pects of the ath­letic depart­ment’s pub­lic re­la­tions ef­forts. He was pro­moted to As­sis­tant Ath­letic Direc­tor in 2005. In ad­di­tion to his me­dia re­la­tions du­ties, Heller also served as the in­sti­tu­tion’s men’s and women’s head cross coun­try coach for 18 sea­sons and as as­sis­tant women’s basketball coach for seven.

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