Malvern water polo tops in Inter-Ac
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.
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.
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.