Gwynedd-Mercy Academy needed a second-half goal by Morgan Sheridan to break a tie and win, 1-0, over visiting St. Basil in an Athletic Association of Catholic Academies soccer game Tuesday.
Goalie Courtney Sullivan, a freshman, prevented the Panthers from getting the equalizer by turning back all nine shots she faced. It was Sullivan’s fourth shutout of the season.
Catholic. Megan Poiesz scored three goals and added an assist for host Lansdale Catholic in its 6-0 win over Cardinal O’Hara.
Little Flower got two goals from Keri Goodwin in a 2-1 win at Archbishop Ryan. Natalie Woods scored her first career goal for the Crusaders (10-1-1, 7-1).
Maureen Hawkins scored twice for Cardinal Dougherty in a 3-0 win at Neumann-Goretti.
Monica Re scored twice as Archbishop Wood won at Conwell-Egan, 4-1.
Eileen McGlone’s overtime goal gave host Archbishop Carroll a 1-0 win over St. Hubert. The Cardinals (8-1-1, 8-0) remained unbeaten in league play thanks, in part, to the goaltending of Breanna Coll, who turned back all four shots she faced. Andrea Dutch also scored.
Inter-Ac. M.C. McDonald and Kristen Bandos scored for Notre Dame in a 2-1 win at Springside. The Lions’ Kelsey Chapman cut the lead in half with a second-half goal.
Central. Conestoga got a pair of goals each from Murphee Greeley, Kim Shoup and Salina Williford in a 9-0 win at Marple Newtown. The Pioneers (11-1 overall, 8-0 league) scored six second-half goals to put the game away.
Julia DiGiacomo scored in the second overtime to give Ridley a 1-0 win at Harriton.
Friends Schools. Westtown scored a pair of second-half goals to beat visiting Abington Friends, 3-0. It was the first win of the season for the Quakers (1-3-1, 1-2).
Penn-Jersey. Sarah Gordon scored all of Barrack Hebrew’s goals in a 3-1 win at Girard College. Krystal Cook scored for the Cavaliers.
Bicentennial. Jen Tees scored to break a tie and give Phil-Mont Christian a 2-1 win at Delco Christian.
Nonleague. Kiki Fritz scored three goals for host Nazareth Academy in a 5-1 win over Pottsgrove. Theresa McKeown and Maggie Borski also scored for the Pandas (5-7-1).