Monday's Pa. roundup: Tyler Kehoe sends Archbishop Carroll past Cardinal O'Hara

The Archbishop Carroll baseball team beat Cardinal O’Hara on Monday.

Tyler Kehoe singled home the winning run in the seventh inning to give Archbishop Carroll a 3-2 victory over Cardinal O’Hara. Chris Grill’s two-run double in the sixth tied things up. Kehoe also pitched the final three frames to earn the win on Monday.

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Colin Eiser struck out 11 in a complete-game performance as Neumann-Goretti blanked Bonner-Prendergast, 4-0. Eiser also had two hits at the plate.

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Furness received a dominant pitching effort from Frederick O’Rourke in a 3-1 win over Martin Luther King. O’Rourke recorded 13 strikeouts and Damien Toscani paced the offense with a homer.

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Riley Davis knocked in three runs as Avon Grove took down West Chester East, 5-0. Bryce Carey picked up the win on the mound.

Softball

Anna Mefford’s run-scoring single in the 10th inning gave Haverford High a 3-2 victory Ridley. Mefford ended with two RBIs on the day.

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Claire Overton, Rachel Lopez, and Emme Rycyzyn had one RBI apiece during a three-run eighth inning as Conestoga beat Upper Darby, 4-1. Lauren Lofland went the distance in the victory, striking out nine and walking one.

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Dana Bell fanned 14 batters as Archbishop Ryan scored four runs in the sixth to defeat Pennsbury, 4-3.

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Maddie Fife homered and finished with four RBIs as West Chester Rustin took down Kennett, 13-3. Rustin coach Bruce Dudley picked up his 200th career win.

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Kate Smith finished a double shy of the cycle and drove in nine runs as Saul cruised past Olney, 10-0. Kellee Blockus recorded 11 strikeouts.

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Bridget Bailey struck out 14 as Interboro blanked Boyertown, 6-0.

Girls’ Lacrosse

Louisa Hanson netted six goals as Central rolled past Girls High, 13-2.

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Phoenixville received six goals from Katie Baker in a 19-4 rout of Collegium.

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Brynne Mehen notched seven goals as Friends’ Central held off Little Flower, 17-7.

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Catherine Merritt led with six goals as Upper Merion beat Jenkintown, 18-3.

Boys’ Lacrosse

Luke O’Grady and Adam Salvaggio had three goals apiece as Haverford School defeated Washington’s Bellevue, 16-4.

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Gaige Lennon had four goals as Interboro handled Bonner Prendergast, 15-2. Michael Porreca added three goals.