St. Hubert’s Sarah Hartigan became the second player in program history to score 100 career goals on Tuesday. She recorded nine goals in Tuesday’s 16-7 win over Conwell-Egan. Emily Smith (class of 2015) is the only other girls’ lacrosse player to score 100 goals for St. Hubert.
Saundra Godshall had eight goals in West Chester East’s 22-7 rout of Oxford.
Gillian Schlenner’s seven goals propelled Collegium Charter past Sun Valley, 13-12. Kathleen Amoroso made 12 saves, including the 100th of her career.
Grace Harding and Kenna Kaut had four goals apiece as Penncrest held off Conestoga, 13-11.
Brian Fehr netted six goals as Perkiomen Valley cruised past Upper Merion, 16-3. Richie Marshall had one goal and three assists.
Liam Riley threw a no-hitter on Senior Day as Shipley beat Academy of the New Church, 14-0.
Will Samuel pitched six strong innings as Penn Charter took down Episcopal Academy, 7-1. Samuel also went 3-for-3 with three RBIs.
Brian Murphy went 4-for-4 with five RBIs as Springfield (Montco) rolled past Plymouth Whitemarsh, 12-4.
Jimmy Parrish homered as Central Bucks East rallied past Pennridge, 10-5. PJ Harris had two RBIs and a run scored for the Patriots, who scored eight runs over the final three innings.
Interboro defeated Chichester, 6-0, behind Bridget Bailey’s all-around performance. She struck out 16 and helped herself at the plate with four RBIs.
Korynn Bischoff went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and two runs scored in Upper Dublin’s 17-8 triumph over Wissahickon. She also threw a runner out at the plate in the top of the fifth, with the Cardinals ahead 9-8.
Marple Newtown shutout Lower Merion, 6-0, thanks to Rachel Cowley’s 11 strikeouts. Grace Thorne drove in two runs.
La Salle won the Catholic League title for the 12th straight year with a 5-0 decision over St. Joseph’s Prep.
Central defeated Washington, 4-1, to capture the Public League Class 3A crown for the 12th consecutive year.