Sat. Pa. boys' and girls' roundup: St. Hubert coach earns 400th victory

St. Hubert rode a no-hitter to reach a milestone for head coach Dave Schafer as the Bambies blanked host State College, 3-0, on Saturday in a nonleague softball game.

Erica Ragazzone posted her first no-hitter of the season as the junior fanned 10 and hit one batter. She also drove in a run in the sixth inning.

The win was the 400th of Schafer's career. He is in his seventh season at St. Hubert and has totaled a career record of 400-78. He won 293 of those games at Bishop Conwell.

In other nonleague action, Conestoga's Monica Hood went 3 for 3 with a pair of runs scored as Conestoga edged Coatesville, 6-5. Marissa Meenan's excellent defensive work in left field helped seal the win.

Shannon Stricker went 3 for 4 and drove in a pair of runs to help Conwell-Egan knock off host Steinert, 5-2. Rebecca Maziarz added two hits and a run scored.

 

Boys' Tennis

For the third time, Wissahickon's Ricardo Prince captured the singles title at the Suburban One League American Conference tournament with a dominating performance at Plymouth Whitemarsh.

The top-seeded senior didn't lose a set and wrapped up the title with a 6-1, 6-0 win over second-seeded Andrei Tuluc of Cheltenham. Along with the title, Prince also qualifies for the District 1 tournament.

Suburban One National. Pennsbury sophomore Charlie Rushing rallied back from dropping his first set to top Mike Stanley of host Council Rock North, 2-6, 6-1, 6-4, in the conference's singles tournament.

Central. Conestoga's Kevin Wang defeated teammate Jason Sutker, 6-3, 7-6, in the final of the league's singles tournament at the HealthPlex in Springfield. T.J. Morgan of Radnor finished in third place with default win over Max Blumenthal of Harriton.

Bicentennial. Kyle Seeling of Plumstead Christian cruised through the league's singles tournament and topped Lower Moreland's David Sklar, 6-4, 6-0, in the final. Seeling lost just one game in six sets in his three matches.

Pioneer. Karlyn Small of Phoenixville captured the singles title with two tiebreaker wins in the final at Perkiomen Valley. The sophomore knocked off two-time defending champion Tyler Triolo of Spring-Ford, 7-6, (7-4), 7-6 (7-4).

 

Baseball

Connor Biddle went 3 for 3 and hit a game-winning single in the seventh inning as Germantown Friends downed visiting GAMP, 7-6, in a nonleague game.

The sophomore scored twice and drove in two runs. He is the younger brother of Phillies' minor-league pitcher Jesse Biddle.

In other nonleague action, T.J. Pagan fanned six batters over six innings as Penn Charter topped host Archbishop Ryan, 8-6. Steve Cohen added a triple and two RBIs.

Gus Costalas went 3 for 4 with a pair of RBIs to help Haverford School blank host Monsignor Bonner, 4-0. Pat Valentine posted the shutout with seven strikeouts and four hits allowed.

Bobby Reading and Jack Seibert singled in the sixth inning to hand host Holy Ghost Prep an 8-6 win over La Salle.

Andy Young's sixth-inning hit fell in the center field gap to score Curren Prasad as George School edged Lower Moreland, 8-7. Aiden Greer went 3 for 4, scored three times and knocked in three runs.

Heinkel Tournament. Malvern Prep cruised to two wins and the tournament title at Bishop Eustace as junior third baseman Joe Poduslenko posted MVP honors. The Friars downed Maple Shade, 14-0, before they eased past St. Augustine, 14-3, in the championship.

Poduslenko went a combined 4 for 5, scored five runs, drove in seven and stole three bases.

 

Lacrosse

Eric Berger scored three times and Jackson Tamasitis recorded eight saves to help visiting Penn Charter knock off St. Augustine, 9-6. Shane Carr and Drew Murray scored twice for the Quakers.

St. Augustine is the fifth-ranked area team in the phillylacrosse.com poll.