Malvern wa­ter polo tops in In­ter-Ac

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

Malvern Prep won its fourth cones­c­u­tive In­ter-Ac League wa­ter polo crown as the Fri­ars rolled to an 11-5 vic­tory over the Haver­ford School on Tues­day.

The Fri­ars (7-1, 18-5) trailed, 5-2, at half­time be­fore scor­ing nine unan­swered goals in the sec­ond half for the win.

Sea­mus Glynn led the way with five goals, three as­sists and four steals. Is­sac Sali­nas added three goals, two as­sists and three steals. Steven Salle had a goal, three as­sists, four steals and three blocked shots.

Griff De­laney made 18 saves — 10 in the sec­ond half.

Field Hockey

WEST CH­ESTER HEN­DER­SON 3, BISHOP SHANA­HAN 0» Lexie Dun­leavy scored twice as the War­riors won in a District 1 2A con­so­la­tion game. The War­riors will host Up­per Perkiomen Fri­day with the win­ner earn­ing the fifth and fi­nal state bid out of District 1.

Emma Ber­trando added a goal off a penalty stroke. Ber­trando and Is­abelle Harkins recorded as­sists. Emily Franco made seven saves in goal, and was helped out by out­stand­ing de­fense from Jor­dyn Bauer and Peighton Be­ment. Bishop Shana­han 0 0-0 W.C. Hen­der­son 2 1-3 W.C. Hen­der­son goals: Dun­leavy 2, Ber­trando. Goalie saves: Gen­tile (BS) 13; Franco (WCH) 7.

Col­lege Women’s Soc­cer

WEST CH­ESTER 1, IN­DI­ANA (PA.) 0 » Se­nior mid­fielder Scar­lett Walsh scored in the 53rd minute to gave the Golden Rams a 1-0 vic­tory in the quar­ter­fi­anls of the PSAC Tour­na­ment. Walsh found the back of the net by head­ing the ball past IUP’s goal­keeper Jes­sica Printz to break the score­less af­fair. Fel­low se­nior Carly Henry was cred­ited with her sec­ond as­sist of the sea­son. Four-year starter Alex Sro­lis made six saves for the shutout. The Golden Rams (18-0) re­main un­de­feated as they head into their semi­fi­nal con­test against East Strouds­burg on Fri­day.

Field Hockey

WEST CH­ESTER 4, IN­DI­ANA (PA.) 1 » Rachal Toppi and Marnie Kusakav­itch scored a goal and an as­sist each to lead sev­enth-ranked West Ch­ester to a 4-1 vic­tory over vis­it­ing 10th-ranked In­di­ana (Pa.) in a PSAC Tour­na­ment quar­ter­fi­nal. West Ch­ester (13-6) ad­vances to the semi­fi­nals will play sec­ond-ranked and sec­ond­seeded Ship­pens­burg at 12 p.m. Fri­day af­ter­noon at East Strouds­burg.

The War­riors, the reg­u­lar-sea­son cham­pi­ons, host the con­fer­ence semi­fi­nals and fi­nals on Fri­day and Sun­day. ESU will play Millersville in the other semi­fi­nal im­me­di­ately fol­low­ing the West Ch­ester-Ship­pens­burg con­test. The Golden Rams got a lift from a pair of fresh­men early on as and Katie Thomp­son scored the game’s first two goals in the first half. Kusakav­itch scored two min­utes into the sec­ond half, tip­ping a shot from Kaitlin Hatch past IUP’s goal­keeper, Alyssa Lerda. Toppi then slapped in a re­bound of a shot off Kusakav­itch’s stick that was kick-saved by Lerda al­most 90 sec­onds later.

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