Tuesday, September 23, 2014
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Fri. Pa. girls: Viscusi lifts Episcopal

SOFTBALL

INTER-AC LEAGUE

Episcopal Academy 2, Agnes Irwin 1: Alex Viscusi hit a solo home run in the fourth inning that proved to be the difference, and struck out seven to earn the win in the circle for visiting Episcopal.

Penn Charter 14, Springside Chestnut Hill 5: Kayla Quinn homered and knocked in three runs for host Penn Charter.

CATHOLIC LEAGUE

Lansdale Catholic 5, St. Hubert 3: Alicia Kradzinski's two-run double in the fifth inning gave visiting Lansdale Catholic a 4-3 lead.

CHES-MONT AMERICAN

Oxford 8, Unionville 5: Emma Busco slammed a go-ahead, three-run homer in the fifth inning, and the Hornets never looked back in a home win.

West Chester Rustin 11, Sun Valley 1: Elaina DiPrinio had two homers and seven RBIs to lead host Rustin.

CENTRAL LEAGUE

Springfield (Delco) 4, Ridley 2: Taylor Winkelmann, Kaity Baumann, and Nikki DiPietro each doubled in Springfield's home win.

FRIENDS SCHOOLS LEAGUE

Germantown Friends 10, Abington Friends 0: With a home run, Sophia Trotto had Germantown Friends' only extra-base hit in a home win.

LACROSSE

FRIENDS SCHOOLS LEAGUE

Shipley 10, George School 4: Madison Tucker and Chase Stewart each scored three times for visiting Shipley.

Friends' Central 14, Academy of the New Church 5: Avital Schweitzer had six draw controls and picked up two ground balls in Friends' Central's home win.

Germantown Friends 13, Abington Friends 0: Ava Schwemler led the way with five goals for visiting Germantown Friends.

PIONEER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Upper Perkiomen 11, Pottsgrove 5: Aubrey Wilcox led Upper Perkiomen with four goals in a home win.

NONLEAGUE

North Penn 11, Gwynedd Mercy 5: Kaitlin Suzuki (four goals) and Emily Schulze (three) combined to score seven times in North Penn's road win.

Jenkintown 13, Sacred Heart 4: Emma Dorshimer scored three times in the first half and finished with five goals and an assist for the host Drakes.

Avon Grove 17, Sun Valley 9: Regan Cook and Paige Hammond each scored four times, and Laura Knittel and Courtney Taylor posted hat tricks for visiting Avon Grove.


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