Javier Delgado scored the last of his two goals midway through the second half and handed Kensington its first win of the season, a 3-2 decision over host Boys’ Latin, in a Public League game.
Alfonso Bac also scored for the Tigers (1-8 overall and league) while Nabieu Sesay scored twice for the Warriors (4-10, 3-8).
Playing the entire second half a man down, Frankford shook it off and beat visiting Bodine, 2-1.
Eric Salguero scored a goal in each half to give the Pioneers a 2-0 lead. Jeton Kupa scored for the Ambassadors with four minutes left in the game. Angel Paulino stopped six shots for Frankford.
Harry Bun scored twice as Furness beat visiting Franklin Learning Center, 3-1.
David Corona added a goal and Salmon Kahn stopped wight shots for the Falcons.
Kervens Mertus notched a hat trick and two assists to lead Martin Luther King to a 7-1 win over visiting Engineering Science.
Kervens Begin, Duckens Gabriel, Tyler Sampson and Qumer Winfield also scored for the Golden Cougars who also got five saves from Edwin Sanon. Ben Brewer scored for the Engineers.
Connor Waraksa scored in the third minute and Kelsey Beck-Cullen turned aside 10 shots to lead Strath Haven past visiting Conestoga, 1-0.
R.J. Spargo stopped six shots for the Pioneers.end new
Jordan Wolf scored in the first half and Sasha Safadi tallied in the second half to give Lower Merion a 2-0 win over host Marple Newtown.
Mark Krantz assisted on Wolf’s goal and Nate Diehl assisted on Safadi’s score. Jake Van Adelsberg stopped three shots to got the shutout for the Aces and Austin Severino saved nine shots for the Tigers.
Mentioned: Haverford High School | Conestoga High School | Perkiomen School | Abington Senior High School | Coatesville Area Senior High School | Delaware Valley Friends School | Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy | East High School | Academy Park | Bodine | Chichester | Delco Christian | Fels | Frankford | Franklin Learning Center | Furness | Great Valley | Lower Moreland | Marple Newtown | Mercy Vocational | Octorara | Penncrest | Pennsbury | West-Mont Christian | Woodlynde | Boy's Latin | Engineering & Science | Kimberton Waldorf | Springfield (D)
Washington’s Mari Samadashvili had no problem playing in up to 40 m.p.h. gusts, taking the Public League Class AAA individual tennis title with straight-set wins in both her semifinal and final matches yesterday at the Awbury Recreation Center.
Samadashvili topped Central’s Alex Lawall, 6-0, 6-0, in the final, after beating Valerie Cherny, also of Central, by the same score in the semifinal.
Masterman’s Zoey Toy won the Class AA title.
The league champions will go on to face the Catholic League winners in their respective classifications in the District 12 championships next week at a site to be determined.
Academy Park’s second-seeded team of Yah Barleh and Kathlyne Pradel knocked off the top-seeded team of Chichester’s Rebecca Lumley and Racquel Givens, 2-6, 7-5, 6-1, to take the league title. Barleh, who won the league singles title last week, became half of the first-ever Academy Park doubles title team.
Kristine Visco’s goal with 15 minutes left in the second half gave host Archbishop Ryan a 1-0 Catholic League win over Conwell-Egan.
Tori Veoli scored twice for host St. Hubert in a 5-0 win over Little Flower. Julia Delong, Ann McCrane and Katie McFadden also scored.
Suburban One American.
Mentioned: Upper Dublin High School | New Hope-Solebury High School | Perkiomen Valley High School | Council Rock High School South | Archbishop Ryan High School | St. Hubert High School | Spring-Ford Area High School | St. Basil Academy | Friends Central Upper School | Penn Wood High School | Archbishop Prendergast | Chichester | Conwell-Egan | Delco Christian | Germantown Academy | Great Valley | Interboro | Jenkintown | Little Flower | Lower Moreland | Merion Mercy | Methacton | Nazareth Academy | Neshaminy | Northeast | Octorara | Owen J. Roberts | Penn Charter | Pottsgrove | Upper Perkiomen | Springfield (M)
In a Del-Val qualifier at the Golf Course at Glen Mills, Chichester’s Aurora Kan shot a 2-over-par 73 to become the only female player to qualify for Tuesday’s District 1 championships.
Central League. Jackie Calamaro of Radnor led a group of 13 District 1 qualifiers with a 1-over-par 72 at the Downingtown Country Club.
Those championships will be held Tuesday and Wednesday at the Gilbertsville Country Club.
Juanila Velasquez stopped five shots including a breakaway in overtime and helped Northeast tie host Girls High, 0-0, in a Public League game.
Nadira Holliman turned aside three shots for Girls High.
Yazmin Malter led a potent Washington scoring attack with a hat trick and the Eagles tripped visiting Rhodes, 9-0.
Barbara Danhart added a pair of goals while Kale Carrero, Carissa Domingo, Kelsey Palmer and Selena Powers contributed single goals. Liz Miller and Julianna Garcia each made a save in goal for Washington.
Mentioned: Pottstown High School | Haverford High School | Conestoga High School | Central Bucks South High School | Ridley High School | Upper Darby High School | Radnor High School | Strath Haven High School | Spring-Ford Area High School | St. Basil Academy | Friends Central Upper School | Penn Wood High School | Bristol | Central Bucks East | Chichester | Delco Christian | Great Valley | Jenkintown | Little Flower | Lower Merion | Lower Moreland | Mount St. Joseph | Northeast | Penncrest | Washington | Rhodes | Sacred Heart | Villa Maria | West Chester Rustin
Avery Safford saved her best game for when her team needed it most, scoring all three goals as Shipley beat host Baldwin, 3-2, in a nonleague battle of field hockey unbeatens.
Safford has seven goals and three assists on the season and her third goal, all in the first half, gave the Gators (7-0) a 3-0 lead.
The Bears (3-1-2) came roaring back to make it a game on goals by Brooke Simone and Nicole Wells, but the Gators’ defense prevented the equalizer.
Central needed overtime to beat visiting Franklin Towne Charter on Tuesday. Wednesday, the Lancers traveled to Franklin Towne Charter and had a much easier time, coming away with a 3-0 win.
Talia Fish, who had a pair of assists in a 2-1 overtime win on Tuesday, scored one of the three goals Wednesday.
The Lancers also got goals from Robyn Freedman and Genna Kachur.
Mentioned: Upper Dublin High School | Baldwin School | Pottstown High School | Wissahickon High School | Central Bucks South High School | Archbishop Wood High School | Perkiomen Valley High School | Abington Senior High School | Bensalem Township High School | Norristown Area High School | Archbishop Ryan High School | Coatesville Area Senior High School | St. Hubert High School | Shipley School, The | Cheltenham High School | North Penn High School | Avon Grove High School | Plymouth Whitemarsh High School | Penn Wood High School | Bishop McDevitt | Central | Chichester | Conwell-Egan | Council Rock North | Kennedy-Kenrick | Lansdale Catholic | Little Flower | Neshaminy | Owen J. Roberts | Pennsbury | St. Pius X | Truman | Upper Merion | Franklin Towne Charter
Phil-Mont Christian rallied for three second-half goals, two by Soraya Toppin, to beat visiting Germantown Friends, 5-3, in a nonleague game.
Toppin finished with three goals on the afternoon. Also contributing for the Falcons (8-2) was Madeline Romig, who had a goal and two assists.
Interboro’s Dana Froio had a hat trick in an 8-1 win over visiting Academy of the New Church.
Camy Anderson scored twice for host Friends Select in a 4-0 win over Girard College.
Mentioned: Phoenixville Area High School | Germantown Friends School | Perkiomen Valley High School | Boyertown | Chichester | Friends Select | Girard College | Gwynedd-Mercy | Interboro | Methacton | Mount St. Joseph | Neumann-Goretti | Phil-Mont Christian | Pottsgrove | St. Pius X | Academy of New Church
In Monday's boys' soccer games:
Catholic League. Seven players scored for Conwell-Egan, six in the second half, to beat host West Catholic, 7-1.
Emmett Filipelli scored twice and Pat Hanna added a pair of assists for Archbishop Carroll in a 5-0 win at Neumann-Goretti.
Malvern Prep’s Bobby Hill got behind Frankford’s defense twice in the fourth quarter to seal a 23-20 nonleague road football win yesterday.
With 8 minutes 24 seconds left, Hill sped past the Pioneers for a 20-yard run and caught the two-point conversion pass for the final points of the game.
It was the second of two touchdown runs for Hill, who finished with 89 yards rushing to lead the Friars (2-1).
Katie Buohl, Corey Meanix, and Devin Simpson scored two goals apiece for host Octorara in a 13-0 Ches-Mont League win over Oxford.
The Braves led, 9-0, at the half.
Catholic Academies. Emily Waschenko scored and her sister, Tori, assisted in Gwynedd-Mercy’s 3-1 win over visiting Merion Mercy. Erin Casey and Maria Fabrizio also scored.
Mentioned: Oxford Area High School | Germantown Friends School | Ridley High School | Archbishop Wood High School | Perkiomen Valley High School | Shipley School, The | Agnes Irwin | Archbishop Carroll | Boyertown | Chichester | Delco Christian | Gwynedd-Mercy | Harriton | Hill School | Lower Merion | Marple Newtown | Merion Mercy | Octorara | Episcopal Academy | Springfield (D) | Villa Maria