Pen­ncrest keeps spot­less record in­tact by blank­ing East

Daily Times (Primos, PA) - - SPORTS -

The Pen­ncrest girls soc­cer team is mak­ing it look easy.

The Lions blanked a sixth con­sec­u­tive op­po­nent with a 4-0 win Satur­day at West Ch­ester East. Boast­ing a 6-0-0 record, the Lions haven’t al­lowed a goal this sea­son.

Bryn McLaugh­lin (four saves) recorded her sixth goose egg of the sea­son.

Kenna Kaut, Katie Spar­ling, Carly Bail­lis and Cor­ryn Gam­ber shared the goal-scor­ing du­ties with one apiece. RI­D­LEY 1, CAR­DI­NAL O’HARA 0 » Kay­ley Smith came through when Ri­d­ley needed her most, snap­ping a score­less tie with 10 min­utes left in reg­u­la­tion off of a corner kick from Naia Perry. Sydney Zim­mer­man notched 10 saves to earn the shutout. STRATH HAVEN 2, RUSTIN 1 » Liz DeCarlo’s goal in the 70th minute pro­pelled the Panthers. Ser­ena Elia also scored for Haven (4-2) and goalie Carly Perl­man turned aside three shots. RAD­NOR 2, AGNES IR­WIN 2 » Sophia Muet­ter­ties had both Rad­nor goals in a lo­cal ri­valry that ended after two over­times. CON­ESTOGA 1, UNIONVILLE 0 » Caitlin Dono­van volleyed home a free kick in the se­cond over­time pe­riod to lift the vis­it­ing Pi­o­neers (5-0-1).

Maeve Re­gan and Klaiber com­bined for for ‘Stoga. ARCH­BISHOP CAR­ROLL 4, RAD­NOR 2 » Rachel Matey’s three-goal per­for­mance pow­ered the Pa­tri­ots Fri­day night. Paige Mas­tripolito notched three as­sists.

Amanda Smith and Amanda Bop­pell each scored in the se­cond half for the host Raiders.

Boys Soc­cer

Caro­line six saves

Lansana Doum­bouya had the scor­ing touch for Acad­emy Park Satur­day.

Doum­bouya reg­is­tered a hat trick to lead the Knights to vic­tory, 3-1, over Up­per Darby. One of Doum­bouya’s tal­lies was off a penalty kick.

Amadou Fo­fana stopped six shots in net for the Knights (3-4).

In other non­league games: PENN WOOD 2, GAR­NET VAL­LEY 1 » James Nmah scored both goals for the Pa­tri­ots (4-1), in­clud­ing the game-win­ner in the 78th minute off an as­sist by Ab­du­lia Bar­rie. Good­will Ag­baabem reg­is­tered six saves be­tween the posts.

Derek Yung ac­counted for Gar­net Val­ley’s tally. STRATH HAVEN 5, KEN­NETT 4 » Nate Per­rins was a scorer (two goals) and a fa­cil­i­ta­tor (two as­sists) for the Panthers. Jon Kadoch, Em­mett Young and Jor­dan Graves also scored, and goalie Noah At­saves made seven saves. BONNER & PRENDERGAST 2, MARPLE NEW­TOWN 1 » Kaito Ki­tazawa and Cil­lian Gils­enin scored for the Fri­ars, and Tony Harper made eight saves for the win.

Luke Ci­avardelli tal­lied the lone goal for the Tigers. Dan Quimby made eight saves in goal.

Field Hockey

Emma van der Veen would not be de­nied.

The Agnes Ir­win stand­out scored both goals in a 2-0 non­league win over Ri­d­ley.

Paige DiLullo made three saves en route to the shutout, and El­lie Kirk­patrick ex­celled on de­fense for the Owls.

In other non­league ac­tion: EPISCOPAL ACAD­EMY 3, C.B. WEST 2 » Kelly Smith notched a goal and an as­sist for the Church­women. Mad­die Re­hak and Molly Giles scored a goal apiece, while Caro­line Kelly (seven saves) and Erin Boyle (two) shared play­ing time in net. GAR­NET VAL­LEY 2, KEN­NETT 1 » Kerri Bradley and Emma Ta­viano pot­ted the goals for the Jaguars (4-2-1). Megan Fin­negan made four saves.

Vol­ley­ball

Ri­d­ley didn’t go down qui­etly in a 3-2 non­league loss to West Ch­ester Hen­der­son.

The Green Raiders lost the fiveset match by scores of 25-20, 2225, 20-25, 25-22 and 7-15. Melanie June (19 digs, three aces) and An­gela April (14 digs, five kills) dom­i­nated on de­fense. Maria Brown added seven kills, and Jackie Kelly dished 18 as­sists. C.B. EAST 3, RI­D­LEY 0 » Jackie Kelly sup­plied 19 as­sists, and June posted 16 digs and five aces as the Green Raiders fell 17-25, 1625, 12-25. Ri­ley Fin­negan con­trib­uted 11 digs. NEW HOPE-SOLEBURY 3, RAD­NOR 2» In a match Fri­day night, the Raiders lost a see-saw bat­tle by scores of 14-25, 25-23, 13-25, 2523, 15-12.

Becca Gold­berg (13 kills, three blocks) and Car­leigh Gold­stein (30 as­sists, four aces, three kills) and fresh­man Al­lie Broz (seven kills, five aces) paced the Rad­nor of­fense. Sam Scan­ni­p­iecco led the way de­fen­sively with 25 digs, while Erica DiCarlo added 12 digs. CAR­DI­NAL O’HARA SWEEPS » Maeve Boy­lan filled up the stat sheet as the Lions blanked Haver­ford (25-18, 25-15, 25-19) and Avon Grove (25-17, 25-20, 25-23) to re­main un­de­feated. Boy­lan col­lected 26 as­sists, 12 digs, 10 kills, 8 aces and four blocks in the two games.

Lauren Gar­vey added 14 kills, 10 aces and 15 digs. Bre­anna Hickey chipped in with 17 kills, five aces and 24 digs for the Lions (5-0).

Girls Ten­nis

Top-seeded Saige Roshkoff of Har­ri­ton com­pleted her run through the Cen­tral League sin­gles tour­na­ment with a 6-0, 6-0 vic­tory over se­cond-seeded Cas­sidy Lan­dau of Con­estoga. Roshkoff lost a to­tal of five games in four matches en route to the league ti­tle.

Fourth-seeded Ce­cilia Angert De­nis from Lower Me­rion topped third seeded Kanon Ciar­roc­chi of Rad­nor, 2-6, 6-0, re­tired, for third place.

Eighth-seeded Priya Aravin­d­han from Con­estoga topped sixth­seeded Emma Lee of Strath Haven in the fifth-place match, 6-0, 6-0. Un­seeded Shaina Gins­berg from Har­ri­ton de­feated sev­enth­seeded Lucy Hed­er­ick from Rad­nor for sev­enth place, 6-0, 6-2.

The top six fin­ish­ers au­to­mat­i­cally qual­ify for the Dis­trict 1 tour­na­ment.

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