Neumann-Goretti won the Philadelphia Catholic League Girls’ Track & Field Championship, while La Salle took the boys’ title for the fifth consecutive year on Saturday at Cardinal O’Hara.

Mykala Perry won the 100, 200 and 400-meter dashes to make it her second straight year of three individual victories, helping lead the Saints to 145 total points, 49 more than second-place Archbishop Ryan. Derek Beavers, Tommy Christie, Paul Ghantous and Vincent Twomey all won individual titles for the Explorers, who scored 113 more points than second-place St. Joseph’s Prep.

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The Germantown Academy girls’ track and field team took first place at the Inter-Ac championships, while Haverford finished first for the boys. Isabelle Goldstein won the 3,200, 1,600 and 800-meter events for the Patriots.

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Friends’ Central girls’ track and field won the Friends Schools League championships for the fourth consecutive year, as Westtown School placed first for the boys.

Baseball

Cianan Gamble’s walk-off solo home run in the seventh inning gave Westtown a 6-5 win over Germantown Friends in the Friends Schools League semifinals, sending the Moose to their first title game since 1997. Gamble went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and two RBIs. Ewen Donald, Jake Diaz and Dylan Grim each had RBI singles for the Moose. Noah Davidson’s three-run double in the fourth inning put Germantown Friends ahead, 5-2, before Westtown tied the game with three runs in the fifth. Westtown will play Shipley in the final on Tuesday with the chance to win its first championship since 1996.

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In the other Friends School League semifinal, Shipley downed Friends’ Central, 3-0, to advance to its fifth straight title game. Dillon Bevan pitched a complete-game, allowing just three hits and striking out six. The Gators have been in the postseason 11 times since joining the league in the 2005-2006 season and have won the last four championships.

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George School scored two runs in the sixth and seventh innings to beat Abington Friends, 4-2. Justus Agosto’s two-run home run in the top of the sixth scored the game’s first runs before Kyle Conner tied things with a two-run single in the bottom frame. Aidan Sheehan’s two-out, two-run single in the seventh provided the difference for the Cougars.

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Paul Guensch’s 3-for-5 day led Father Judge over Springside Chestnut Hill, 10-3. Guensch had three RBIs, as did teammate Jeff Duda who went 2-for-3 with a double and two walks. Colin Kelly had two hits including a double for the Crusaders.

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Malvern Prep shut out Penncrest, 13-0. Connor Offshack had a three-run blast, while teammate Lonnie White had a two-run shot.

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Colin Schumm threw a complete-game shutout in Penn Charter’s 5-0 win over Archbishop Carroll.

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La Salle jumped out to a 4-2 lead through two innings and beat Wissahickon, 5-4. Owen Lawn had a two-run home run for the Explorers.

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St. Joseph’s Prep fell to Caravel (Del.), 5-0.

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Hill School beat Blair Academy (NJ), 6-3.

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Haverford High lost to Ocean City, 10-3.

Softball

Penn Charter remains undefeated in the Inter-Ac League after beating Notre Dame, 7-3. Abby Manion had a two-run home run in the top of the seventh, as both Anastasia Lewis and Abbey Quinn went 3-for-4 on the day. Lewis also picked up the save for the Quakers.

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Cori Jones had a home run in Conwell-Egan’s 11-1 win over Pennsbury. The Eagles scored six runs in the second inning to take a 7-0 lead.

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Bensalem beat Council Rock South, 7-3.

Boys’ Lacrosse

Academy of New Church won its sixth straight Friends School League title with a 14-11 win over Shipley.

Girls’ Lacrosse

Friends’ Central beat George School, 19-9, in the Quaker Cup Final. The tournament is for teams that finish outside of Friends School League playoff contention. George School finished the season 6-9 after starting 0-8.

Correction: This story was edited to note that Haverford, not Episcopal, won the Inter-Ac League boys’ track and field championships on Saturday, May 11.