Gun­ther shines as Malvern cruises

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

Quar­ter­back Drew Gun­ther had a big day in his sec­ond ca­reer start as Malvern Prep routed Ger­man­town Academy, 45-15, on Satur­day in an In­ter-Ac foot­ball con­test.

Quar­ter­back Drew Gun­ther had a big day in his sec­ond ca­reer start as Malvern Prep routed Ger­man­town Academy, 45-15, on Satur­day in an In­ter-Ac foot­ball con­test.

Gun­ther was 13 of 14 pass­ing for 203 yards with four touch­downs. He also ran for a score in one half of ac­tion.

Zac Fer­nan­dez had four catches for 37 yards and two TDs, while also run­ning for a TD.

Mike Hussey and Cole McCabe recorded in­ter­cep­tions that led to Malvern touch­downs.

Girls Soc­cer

WEST­TOWN 2, MOORESTOWN

FRIENDS 0 >> Marite Hor­ton scored in the sec­ond half to break a score­less tie as the Moose (11-5) ad­vanced to the Friends School League fi­nal. West­town will host Ship­ley on Tues­day at 2:15 p.m. Val Thom­son scored on a penalty kick for an in­sur­ance tally. Na­talie New­man made 9 saves in goal.

Wa­ter Polo

GON­ZAGA 8, MALVERN PREP 3 >> Sean Oates, Sea­mus Glynn and Isaac Sali­nas scored as the Fri­ars (17-5( fell in the non­league con­test.

Col­lege Men’s Soc­cer

IM­MAC­U­LATA 2, MARYWOOD 1>> Fresh­man Nick Boule scored late as the Mighty Macs (7-2, 12-5-1) wrapped up the reg­u­lar sea­son with the CSAC vic­tory. The Macs broke the pro­gram record for most con­fer­ence wins in a sea­son sur­pass­ing last year’s mark of six, and they also locked up the No. 2 seed in the post­sea­son, which guar­an­tees them a bye into the CSAC Semi­fi­nals. Kyle Ju­malon scored in the 12th minute off a pass from Mark Staude­mayer.

Women’s Soc­cer

WEST CH­ESTER 1, SE­TON HILL

0>> The Golden Rams fin­ished the reg­u­lar sea­son un­de­feated with a 1-0 vic­tory over Se­ton Hill. It marks the first un­de­feated reg­u­lar sea­son for the Golden Rams since 2006. It was the 300th ca­reer vic­tory for West Ch­ester’s head coach Betty Ann Kempf Townsley. In a decade at the helm, she has amassed an over­all (15734-22) record. The Golden Rams (17-0-0, 16-0-0 PSAC) were kept off the score­board un­til late in the con­test when se­nior mid­fielder Ha­ley Man­gia­ruga scored at 84:32. It was her fourth goal of the sea­son. She was as­sisted on the play by Katie Huber. Se­nior Alex Sro­lis recorded the win. It was her sev­enth shutout of the sea­son. She now has 59 ca­reer vic­to­ries and 34 shutouts, which are both school records.

Men’s Soc­cer

WEST CH­ESTER 3, SE­TON

HILL 1 >> The West Ch­ester Univer­sity Golden Rams clinched the No. 2 seed and a quar­ter­fi­nal bye in next week’s PSAC Tour­na­ment with a 3-1 vic­tory over host Se­ton Hill. West Ch­ester (11-3-3, 8-1-2 PSAC) cap­i­tal­ized on its op­por­tu­ni­ties, find­ing the back of the net three times in a PSAC vic­tory to end the reg­u­lar sea­son. The duo of ju­nior mid­fielder Brett Glasco and se­nior for­ward Miguel Ross ac­counted for all the scor­ing by the Golden Rams. Glasco reg­is­tered a pair of goals and an as­sist for five points to lead the Golden Rams in the con­test.

Women’s Cross Coun­try

CSAC CHAM­PI­ONSHIP >> The Im­mac­u­lata’s women’s cross coun­try team took fourth at the CSAC Cham­pi­onship at Ch­esLen Pre­serve with 92 points. Jacki D’Amico was named Sec­ond Team All-CSAC with her 13th-place fin­ish in a time of 22:48.2. It was the best fin­ish for the ju­nior in a con­fer­ence cham­pi­onship as she led a group of six Mighty Macs in the Top 25. Paula Bar­rett (23:29.8), Macken­zie Greene (23:30.2) and Celsey Go­lato (23:38.2) crossed in 18th 19th and 20th, re­spec­tively. Emily Cardie came in 22nd with a clock­ing of 23:51.7, and Caitlin MacGre­gor was 25th as she fin­ished the race in a time of 24:17.6. Mary Ellen Grap was close be­hind MacGre­gor in 27th place with a time of 24:26.6.

Men’s Cross Coun­try

CSAC CHAM­PI­ONSHIP >> The Im­mac­u­lata’s men’s cross coun­try team fin­ished in ninth place with 256 points. Ni­cholas Richard­son led the Mighty Macs in 47th place with a time of 35:59.4. Bren­dan Booth­man was the field’s 58th-place fin­isher with a clock­ing of 38:11.0, and Michael Wamsher was 59th in a time of 38:29.7. Chase Bernier crossed the fin­ish line in a time of 39:19.1 for 62nd place, and Dan Eric­s­son fin­ished in 47:00.5 in 68th place.

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