Lauren Heisse’s goal two minutes into overtime gave Archbishop Ryan a 2-1 Catholic League win at Archbishop Carroll. Kerri Ritter assisted on two goals for the Ragdolls (6-2-1 overall, 5-2 league), including one by Michelle Saklad 12 minutes into the second half. Julia Stipa scored for the Patriots.
Jenna Richards scored both goals as host Conwell-Egan topped St. Hubert, 2-0. Kelly Mott had seven saves for the Eagles.
Kerri McClay scored once and assisted twice for host Archbishop Wood in a 4-0 win over Lansdale Catholic.
Gabriella Rivera scored 25 minutes into the first half to give host Little Flower the lead for good in a 3-1 win over Cardinal O’Hara.
Powered by two goals each by Leanna Ashcon and Nya Mercer, Hallahan overwhelmed host West Catholic, 7-0.
Two second-half goals powered host Bishop McDevitt to a comeback win over Neumann-Goretti, 2-1. Susanna Cochrane and Julie Gallagher scored the goals, with Gallagher scoring the game-winner late in the second half.
Pioneer Athletic. Hollie Garber scored twice for Boyertown in its 3-0 win at Upper Perkiomen. Erin Roberts scored the other goal.
Lauren Liacouras scored in the second half to give host Perkiomen Valley a 1-0 win over Pottsgrove. Emily Armstrong had 10 saves in goal for the Vikings (5-5-1, 2-4-1).
Catholic Academies. Tara Barr had seven saves to register her fourth shutout of the year as host Mount St. Joseph beat Nazareth Academy, 2-0. Priscilla Donnalley and Maggie Gottschalk scored.
Erica Petrone scored twice for Villa Joseph Marie in a 5-1 win at Merion Mercy. Meghan Ledwith, Brianna Stephens and Amanda Watts also scored.
Molly Nawalkinski scored twice for Villa Maria in a 4-0 win at St. Basil. The Hurricanes also got a goal and two assists from Kasey Schivaoni and another goal from Caitlin Foster.
Nonleague. Morgan Dankanich and Stephanie Myers scored for Downingtown West in a 2-1 win at Conestoga. The Whippets (8-0) got a goal in each half.
Rachel Bernard had four assists and Carley Neal added three goals as host Delco Christian overwhelmed Pottstown, 10-0. The Knights scored eight of their goals in the first half. Sarah Castle and Emily Evans added a pair of goals and they also got single goals from Anna Chovanes, Britney See, and Amy Wachenfeld.