Here is the field hockey roundup:
Heather Jackson scored three goals, and Haley O’Donnell registered her first varsity goal as host Academy Park coasted past Chichester, 5-0, in a Del-Val League game.
Joe Forte also scored for the Vanguards (3-3-1, 2-0-1).
O’Donnell was an early substitute for Academy Park. Jackson now has four goals in seven games.
Interboro peppered Penn Wood goalie Owumni Jolaoso with 27 shots, but got only one by her and that turned out to be the game-winner for Shannon Deihl.
Erika Tambon assisted on the goal with 13:51 minutes left in the first half.
Amanda Hoffman needed to make only three saves in goal the shutout.
Rachael Brosious scored her first two goals of the year and Rebecca Brosious shared a shutout in goal with Mia DePlato to highlight Archbishop Carroll’s 11-0 win over visiting Archbishop Ryan. Kelsey Byrne led the Patriots (7-1, 5-0) with three scores.
Maureen Regan scored with 9:47 left to give host Bishop McDevitt a 3-2 win over Little Flower.
Brooke Stretch’s goal proved to be the game-winner for host Archbishop Prendergast in a 3-0 win over Archbishop Wood.
Megan George and Alicia Govannicci each scored three goals as host Cardinal O’Hara overwhelmed Lansdale Catholic, 11-0.
The Lions (7-0-1, 4-0-0) also got two goals apiece from Katie Killeen and Lindsayy McArdle.
Suburban One Continental
Christina Portelli and Hannah Vogel scored for Hatboro-Horsham in a 2-1 win at Central Bucks East.
Suburban One National
Hannah Plappert scored two goals for Council Rock North and Kathleen Zampirri responded in kind for host Neshaminy in a 2-2 tie.
Maria Karidis scored twice in Council Rock South’s 3-1 win at Abington.
Rachel Vacoette had an astounding 20 saves for host Phoenixville in a 2-1 win over Methacton. Liz Grover and Alex Gyuria scored for the Phantoms.
Leah High scored twice for host Upper Perkiomen in a 5-1 win over Spring-Ford.
Host Owen J. Roberts beat St. Pius X, 5-0, behind a pair of goals from Amanda Fuertsch.
Meg Palmer scored twice to lead host Germantown Academy past Friends’ Central, 7-1.
The Patriots (2-3) broke open a 1-0 game at the half with six second-half goals.