In other festival games:
Katelyn Foley's four goals lifted West Chester Henderson to a 10-4 win over Germantown Friends.
Agnes Irwin overwhelmed Penncrest, 16-9, behind Campbell Crochiere's five goals.
Boyertown scored nine second-half goals to break a halftime tie and roll to a 16-7 win over Friends' Central. Rachel Engler led the Bears with four goals.
Jill Root's seven goals led to Haverford High's 18-7 win over Germantown Academy.
Harriton needed a goal by Caleigh Foust, her fourth of the game, in the final two minutes for an 11-10 win over Unionville.
Meredith Cox scored six goals to lead Abington to a 21-8 win over Shipley. Temple recruit Molly Seefried added five goals and six assists.
Cardinal O'Hara gave Grace Boston some early hitting support that stood up in a 2-0 nonleague win over visiting Ridley.
Boston benefited from a pair of first-inning runs and allowed only two hits through seven innings to earn the win.
Lauren DelRomano drove in both runs for the Lions with a single.
Governor Mifflin Tournament. Spring-Ford came away with the title, as Kristin Robinson won both the semifinal and championship games in relief.
In the title game, the Rams beat the host school, 5-2, behind Brianna Kofer's two RBIs. In the semifinal, a 12-2 win over Upper Dauphin, Dene Kanakis was 5 for 5 with three runs scored.
Track and Field
Unionville's Alicia Minella won both the 200-meter race and the 100 hurdles to highlight her own school's invitational. Unionville also took two of the three relays.
Octorara's Iyonna Dixon took both the 100 meters and the long jump.
William Allen Invitational. At J. Birney Crum Stadium, Kayla Charles took three individual first-place finishes (long jump and both hurdles) to lead North Penn to the team title.
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