Hatboro-Horsham got a pair of goals and an assist from Lauren Purvis and upset visiting North Penn, 4-1, in a Suburban One League Continental Conference game.
Purvis assisted on a goal by Sarah Tuftin and Hannah Vogel added a goal for the Hatters who handed the Maidens their first loss of the season.
Elizabeth Sedele was the only North Penn player to get a shot past Maddie Wagenfeld who stopped 14 shots.
Isabelle Campanaro, Ashley Harkins, and Steph Hughes scored unassisted goals to give Northeast a 3-0 win over host Franklin Towne Charter.
Juania Velasquez posted a shutout for the Vikings without facing a shot.
Kelsey Palmer hit the back of the cage with nine minutes left in the game and gave visiting Washington a 2-1 win over Girls High.
Kale Carrero also scored for the Eagles who grabbed a 2-0 lead in the second half. Jasmin James scored for Girls High. Juliana Garcia earned the win in goal with five saves while Sohia Winchester and Nadira Holliman combined for 10 saves for Girls High.
Suburban One National.
Sarah Rowland led a Council Rock North scoring onslaught with a hat trick and the Indians eased past visiting Harry S Truman, 8-0.
Becky Ely and Hannah Plappert added two goals each while Elly Plappert contributed a goal and three assists. Sarah Pote stopped 11 shots for the Tigers while North goalie Amanda Krause did not face a shot.
Suburban One American.
Amy McCaffrey scored with 8 minutes, 50 seconds left in the game and brought Upper Dublin back from a 3-1 deficit to a 4-3 victory over host Springfield (Montgomery County).
The Spartans built a 3-1 lead on goals by Kierstan McLennan, Annie Crudele and Tierney Carabba, but Amy Cross and Jordan O’Reilly scored to tie the game with 13:02 remaining. Emily Hitchings scored in the first half for the Cardinals.
Springfield had 13 corners and got eight saves from Brittany Rowley while Upper Dublin had five corners and three saves from Maggie Olssen.
Alyssa Tourdot came through with a pair of first-half goals and helped Wissahickon beat host Plymouth Whitemarsh, 4-0.
Gretchen Guaglionone and Zoe Kale also scored for the Trojans who got two saves from Jess Scannapicco. Becky Stiteler stopped six shots for the Colonials.
Erin Dawson posted her third shutout of the season after stopping three shots and helped Jenkintown beat visiting Calvary Christian, 3-0.
Tori Ballantine, Laura Hill and Jill Morris scored for the Drakes.
Allie Sabia accounted for a pair of goals and led Mount St. Joseph to a 5-1 win over visiting Sacred Heart.
Jenna Seybert, Ali Stever and Natalie Tacka also scored for the Magic who got a shutout in goal from Celia Vinciguerra.
Alex McMackin struck for a hat trick and sparked Gwynedd-Mercy to a 6-0 win over Villa Joseph Marie.
Krista Osborne, Alyssa Meehan and Kate Coveney also scored for the Monarchs who got two assists from Emily McCauley. Alex Nolan earned the shutout without facing a shot.
Villa Maria got a pair of goals from Meghan Murphy and tripped visiting St. Basil, 6-0.
Also scoring for the Hurricanes were Marie Elena Bolles, Ali McGonigle, Sam Ostoich and Caroline Troncelliti. Brynn Kelly stopped another 25 shots for the Panthers.
Merion Mercy raced to a 3-0 lead in the first half and handled host Nazareth Academy, 4-0.
Jessica Conroy, Emily Corcoran, Kellye Sucher, and Keira Zambon scored goals and Brianna Kelly earned the shutout in goal without facing a shot for the Golden Bears.
Annie Geckle scored five minutes into overtime and handed Agnes Irwin a 3-2 win over visiting Lower Merion.
Kit Howley and Lauren Wilcox also scored for the Owls who got saves from Amanda Bunton and Raven Bawser.
Katie Gerzabek scored 10 minutes into the game and assisted on a second-half goal by Maura McKendrick as Notre Dame got past visiting Haverford High, 2-0.
Emily Fuss earned the shutout in goal with a pair of saves and Catherine McGowan stopped seven shots for the Fords.
Springside got all of its scoring from four players and tripped Friends’ Central, 8-0.
Lindsay Yang notched a hat trick and added an assist, Libby Maine and Nicole Volgraf struck for two goals each and Allie DeFelice contributed a goal for the Lions<NO1> who had 12 offensive corners and four saves from Meredith Noll<NO>.