Moose ad­vance to PAISAA quar­ters

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

Marite Hor­ton scored the game’s only goal as West­town edged Notre Dame Acad­emy, 1-0, in the first round of the PAISAA girls soc­cer tour­na­ment Fri­day.

The Moose broke the dead­lock in the 61st minute as Hor­ton scored off an as­sist from Sara Oswald.

West­town (12-6) will meet Ep­si­co­pal Acad­emy in the quar­ter­fi­nals on Tues- day.

Field Hockey

VILLA MARIA 7, WEST CHESTER EAST 0 >> An­nina Ia­cobucci scored four times — one on a penalty stroke — as the Hur­ri­canes (162) rolled to the District 1 Class AA vic­tory in the third-place game. Emily Doyle notched three goals and Danielle Acuna made three saves.

Ice Hockey

DOWN­ING­TOWN WEST 6, AVON GROVE 5 >> Zach Han­away, Tino DiGior­gio and Nick Hig­gins notched third­pe­riod goals as the Whip­pets posted the ICSHL win. Noah Bebee, John Michael Owens and Joseph Leahy also scored for West.

Blane Vet­land and Bren­dan Har­mon scored twice each for the Red Devils. W.C. RUSTIN 5, W.C. EAST 3>> The Golden Knights jumped out to a three-goal lead, then with­stood a rally in the third pe­riod to record the ICSHL Ches-Mont win. Matt Owens, Chris­tian Ju­liana, Tommy Sloan, Brock Weimer and Ni­cholas Fer­raro scored for Rustin.

Ed­die Rus­sell had two goals for the Vik­ings.

Goalie saves: Grande (WCR) 23; Gal­it­ski (WCE) 24.

Col­lege Field Hockey

SHIP­PENS­BURG 2, WEST CHESTER 1 >> West Chester tacked on a late goal, but it would not be enough as No. 2 Ship­pens­burg pre­vailed over No. 3 West Chester in the PSAC semi­fi­nals, 2-1, Fri­day af­ter­noon at East Strouds­burg. Ship­pens­burg reg­is­tered the first pair of goals in the con­test, which proved to be the dif­fer­ence. The Raiders grabbed a 2-0 lead at the 25:59 mark in the first half. The Raiders’ first goal came cour­tesy of Emily Barnard, who tapped in a re­bound in front of the cage. Nearly 12 min­utes later, her team­mate Cassle Rawa man­aged to score from the left side of the cage. West Chester (137) did pro­duce a late goal by its lead­ing scorer in ju­nior Rachal Toppi. The goal adds to her Divi­sion II pro­gram record, cap­tur­ing her 70th goal of her ca­reer. In a last-minute effort, the Raiders’ de­fense was able to block a pair of Kaitlin Hatch’s shots.

Men’s Soc­cer

MILLERSVILLE 6, WEST CHESTER1>> West Chester Univer­sity’s men’s soc­cer team suf­fered a 6-1 set­back to Millersville in the semi­fi­nals of the 2016 PSAC Semi­fi­nals Fri­day af­ter­noon on the cam­pus of Mer­cy­hurst Univer­sity. West Chester (11-4-3) will now wait un­til Sun­day night to see if the Golden Rams will be mak­ing their first trip to the NCAA Tour­na­ment since 2002. Millersville (12-5-2) ad­vances to the cham­pi­onship game of the PSAC Tour­na­ment on Sun­day af­ter­noon. The Ma­raud­ers scored six unanswered goals in the sec­ond half, three of them in the fi­nal five min­utes, as West Chester pushed ev­ery­body up to try to cut into what was a 3-1 deficit at the time. Colin Hester scored off an as­sist from Brett Glasco in the 22nd minute to put West Chester on top 1-0. James Wood made five saves in goal for the Golden Rams.

Women’s Soc­cer

EAST STROUDS­BURG 1, WEST CHESTER 1, ESU WINS ON PENAL­TIES >> East Strouds­burg man­aged to knock off the Golden Rams in the PSAC Semi­fi­nals to ad­vance to the PSAC Cham­pi­onship by edg­ing out West Chester on penalty kicks, 3-2, Fri­day morn­ing. East Strouds­burg’s (14-4-2) Alex Pick­ett headed a ball past Alex Sro­lis at the 55:35 mark. Cred­ited with an as­sist on the play was her team­mate Han­nah Gom­bos. Se­nior mid­fielder Scar­lett Walsh headed in the equal­izer for the Rams a lit­tle more than 10 min­utes later. The pair of goals in the shootout were pro­vided by Cyn­thia Hagerty and Ha­ley Man­gia­ruga.

Vol­ley­ball

LIN­COLN 3, FELI­CIAN 0 >> Atarah Lindsey had 11 kills and 11 digs as the Li­ons (621) snapped a six-game los­ing streak, 28-26, 25-22, 2523. Mariah Rus­sell added 16 kills and Tierra Rus­saw col­lected 19 digs.

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