Anastasia Lewis pitched a one-hitter with seven strikeouts as the Penn Charter softball team knocked off Baldwin, 1-0, on Thursday. Abby Quinn hit the decisive home run in the visiting fourth.

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Billie Kerwood hit a home run, a double, and drove in five runs to carry Interboro past Chichester, 11-9. Emily Gavin went 3-for-4 with a triple, three runs scored and, and two RBIs.

Baseball

The Central Bucks East baseball team spotted starter Jack Hamilton with a seven-spot in the visiting first on Thursday as the Patriots cruised to an 8-2 victory over previously-unbeaten Neshaminy. Hamilton went the distance allowing an earned run while striking out six. James Pello went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs. Jack Nugent added a double for the victors.

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Tyler Rossini allowed two hits in a complete game and hit the go-ahead home run in Delco Christian’s 1-0 triumph over Faith Christian.

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Grant Burgess, Lonnie White, and Ethan Hennessey each had an RBI as Malvern Prep edged West Chester Henderson, 4-3. Josh Paulina earned the win, striking out five in two innings of relief.

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Joe Martino’s two RBIs supported Jake McKeown as Central Bucks South topped Hatboro-Horsham, 7-5.

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Justin Rubin, Luke Buscaglia, and John Fitzpatrick combined to pitch a no-hitter to lead Friends’ Central over Friends Select, 13-0. Sam Burman homered and knocked in three runs while Eric Lillard tripled and had three RBIs for the Phoenix.

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John Mangnan blasted a home run for New Hope-Solebury in a 6-4 victory over Germantown Academy. Eerek Smith and Dan Khouri each added doubles for the Lions.

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Trip Shoemaker went 2-for-3 with a double and three RBIs as Phoenixville blanked Strath Haven, 5-0.

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Cameron Enz drew a base-loaded walk in the home seventh to lift Phila. Academy Charter over Prep Charter, 10-9. Jack Rafter had two RBIs for the victors.

Boys’ Lacrosse

Kobi Bui and Mike Frederico scored three goals apiece as Boyertown defeated Methacton in overtime, 11-10. Alex Axman added two goals for the Bears.

Girls’ Lacrosse

Annie and Curran McLaughlin each recorded four goals as Germantown Friends beat Abington Friends, 17-7. Clare Meyer chipped in three goals for the Tigers.