Dono­van, ‘Stoga beat Unionville in over­time

Daily Local News (West Chester, PA) - - SPORTS - By Daily Lo­cal Sports @DLNS­ports on Twit­ter

In a key Cen­tral League-Ch­esMont bat­tle, the Con­estoga girls’ soc­cer squad edged Unionville, 2-1 in over­time, on Satur­day. Caitlin Dono­van scored the game-win­ner in the first OT pe­riod.

The In­di­ans opened the scor­ing on a first half break­away, but Eliza Bai­ley lev­eled the score for ’Stoga late in the sec­ond half on a lofted shot from just out­side the 18. On the win­ner, cen­ter for­ward Nia Scott de­liv­ered the as­sist to Dono­van.


WEST CH­ESTER EAST 3, ACAD­EMY PARK 0 » The Vik­ings topped the Knigths in non­league ac­tion, 25-15, 25-14, 2516. MG Kerns (eight kills, four aces), Reilly Ragni (four kills), Evie Vir­gilio (two kills, eight digs, two aces), Ryleigh Grif­fin (six aces, 18 as­sists) and Faith Regester (two blocks) led the way for East.


» In a non-con­fer­ence matchup, the Pi­o­neers swept the Vik­ings 25-8, 2826, 25-15. Evie Vir­gilio (four kills, 12 digs), Lizzie Carr (four kills), MG Kerns (five kills, four digs) and Xiomara Lehr (seven digs) paced East.

GAR­NET VAL­LEY 3, UNIONVILLE 0 » The In­di­ans dropped a tough match to the Jaguars 25-18, 25-19, 25-16. Tay­lor Lind­say had 10 digs, Kat Tuerff had six blocks and El­iz­a­beth Sauer­baum added 13 as­sists for Unionville.

Boys Soc­cer

WEST­TOWN 1, MERCERS­BURG 1 » West­town and Mercers­burg Acad­emy bat­tled to a draw. Bran­don Delgado notched the Quak­ers’ only goal and Cianan Gam­ble had 10 saves in goal. PERKIOMEN VAL­LEY 1, UNIONVILLE 0

» Matt Holmes scored a late sec­ond half goal to give Perk Val­ley a 1-0 non­league win over the In­di­ans. Goalie Alex Dolce turned aside eight shots for Unionville.

Field Hockey

DOWN­ING­TOWN EAST 4, CEN­TRAL BUCKS WEST 0 » Caro­line Webb had a hat-trick to lead the Cougars to the non-league win. Lau­ren Sieczkowski chipped in with a goal and Siena Ur­ban­ski notched as as­sist. CON­ESTOGA 4, WEST CH­ESTER EAST 2 » Char­lotte de Vries scored three of ’Stoga’s four goals to key a non-league win over the Vik­ings. Chloe Sei­gler also scored for the Pi­o­neers. Ni­cole Fred­er­icks and Mack­inzie Thomp­son had goals for East, and keeper Car­lee Ful­ton recorded 11 saves for East. MERCERS­BURG 3, WEST­TOWN 0 » The Quak­ers were blanked in a non-con­fer­ence con­test. West­town goalie Sab­rina Schoen­born made eight saves.

GAR­NET VAL­LEY 4, KEN­NETT 2 » Claire Bor­man came up with 14 saves in goal but it wasn’t enough as the Jaguars won this non-league clash against the Blue Demons.

Emma Sch­warz and Caro­line Fiss had the goals for Ken­nett (1-2, 2-4 over­all).

Cross Coun­try

BRI­AR­WOOD IN­VI­TA­TIONAL » Great Val­ley’s boys cross coun­try team placed third in the cham­pi­onship race at the Bri­ar­wood In­vi­ta­tional. Earn­ing in­di­vid­ual medals by plac­ing in the top 30 were: Seth Hof­fritz (sev­enth), Rah­man Mo­hammed (13th), Hay­den Coates (16th), Ri­ley Casey (21st). Plac­ing in the top 30 and earn­ing medals in the girls cham­pi­onship race were: Amy Wil­lig (10th) and An­nalise Por­reca (27th).

Col­lege Men’s Soc­cer

IMMACULATA 2, GOUCHER 1 » The Mighty Macs re­mained un­beaten dur­ing their four game home stand with a vic­tory at Draper Walsh Sta­dium. The Macs (3-3-1) got a pair of goals from se­nior Alex Noel, in­clud­ing a 83rd minute penalty kick goal to seal the vic­tory.

WEST CH­ESTER 2, MER­CY­HURST 2 » The Rams and the Lak­ers fought to a draw in PSAC ac­tion. Kyle Hoops and Ja­son Pix­ley notched goals for WCU, who trailed 2-1 un­til Pix­ley knot­ted it with 15 min­utes on the clock.


CLAR­ION 44, LIN­COLN 7 » The Lions dropped their third straight game of the season, fall­ing on the road against the Golden Ea­gles. Lin­coln’s lone score came in the third quar­ter on a 42-yard pass from Vin­cent Espinoza to Dashawn Brice, mak­ing the score 27-7 at the time.

Espinoza fin­ished with 75 yards pass­ing. Fresh­man quar­ter­back Zach Green added 53 yards in the air. Clar­ion racked up 372 yards of to­tal of­fense to the Lions 123.

Women’s Soc­cer

WEST CH­ESTER 4, MER­CY­HURST 0 » The No.6 Golden Rams blanked PSAC foe Mer­cy­hurst (1-2, 2-2) at Rock­well Field. Madi­son Bax­ter had a goal and two as­sists and Ken­dall Rich reg­is­tered two goals for WCU. Deanna Laubach added a late goal for the Rams, who are 1-2, 2-2 over­all.

QUEENS 7, LIN­COLN 1 » Diana Martinez scored the Lions lone goal in the sec­ond half, her sec­ond of the season. It was also the 20th of her ca­reer, be­com­ing the fifth Lin­coln player to score 20 or more ca­reer goals.

Field Hockey

WEST CH­ESTER 7, IN­DI­ANA (PA.) 0 » Emma Velez reg­is­tered a hat trick and Caitlin Kelly net­ted a pair of goals to lead No. 7 WCU to a shutout win over the Red Hawks. The Rams are now 2-1.

Men’s Cross Coun­try

DELAWARE IN­VI­TA­TIONAL » Lin­coln recorded a sec­ond place fin­ish at White Clay Creek State Park. The Lions scored 59 points, and Kyuande John­son plac­ing 16th over­all and ninth in the scor­ing with a time of 30:17.0 for the 8,000-me­ter course.

Women’s Cross Coun­try

DELAWARE IN­VI­TA­TIONAL » Nazi­rah Pur­nell set a school course record, run­ning the fastest 6,000-me­ter race time by a Lin­coln women’s cross coun­try run­ner and lead­ing the Lions to a fourth place fin­ish (103 points).

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