Coatesville tops Shanahan

Coatesville's Kyle Kerrick (17) looks downfield after shaking off an attempted tackle by Bishop Shanahan's Shane Galante in the first quarter Saturday in the teams' Ches-Mont League football game. Kerrick, a Michigan State recruit, had 3 catches for 49 yards and a touchdown in Coatesville's 42-21 victory. (Lou Rabito / Staff)
Coatesville's Kyle Kerrick (17) looks downfield after shaking off an attempted tackle by Bishop Shanahan's Shane Galante in the first quarter Saturday in the teams' Ches-Mont League football game. Kerrick, a Michigan State recruit, had 3 catches for 49 yards and a touchdown in Coatesville's 42-21 victory. (Lou Rabito / Staff)
Posted: October 09, 2011

Coatesville's Dae-Hon Cheung scored two second-quarter touchdowns on his way to a 221-yard rushing performance that highlighted the Red Raiders' 42-21, Ches-Mont League football win at Bishop Shanahan on Saturday.

With the score tied at 7, Cheung scored on a 27-yard run and several minutes later broke off a 92-yarder down the right side. Cheung, a 5-foot-11, 170-pound senior, carried the ball 23 times.

After Shanahan (2-3, 0-3) closed within 28-14 on quarterback Ryan Egolf's second TD run, Chris Jones returned the ensuing kickoff 70 yards for a score to put Coatesville ahead by 35-14.

Egolf ran for 59 yards and completed 18 of 31 passes for 185 yards.

Penn Charter 41, Archbishop Carroll 21 - Eric Neefe, a 5-foot-10, 215-pound junior, ran 27 times for 242 yards and scored five touchdowns for visiting Penn Charter (4-2).

Neefe, who has 11 TDs this fall, scored on runs ranging from 7 to 55 yards. Carroll (1-6) got three touchdowns by Teron Dobbs, including an 80-yard punt return.

Archbishop Wood 57, Mastery Charter 0 - Top-ranked Wood (5-1) scored all of its points in the first half of the win over visiting Mastery (1-3).

Desmon Peoples scored three touchdowns, and Nate Smith returned two first-quarter punts for scores covering 42 and 46 yards.

Calvary Christian 34, Morrisville 6 - Micah Cordon ran for 99 yards on 23 carries and scored three TDs while highlighting Calvary's Bicentennial League win over the visiting Bulldogs (0-5, 0-3).

Quarterback Doug Smith passed for 98 yards and scored on a sneak, and Ethan Brasch led the Cougars' (5-1, 4-1) defense with six tackles.

Pope John Paul II 31, Pottstown 16 - The Golden Panthers (3-3, 2-3) followed David Cortellese's three touchdown passes to the Pioneer Athletic Conference triumph over visiting Pottstown (3-3, 2-2).

Cardinal O'Hara 54, Mastbaum 0 - Led by Jay Watkins and Damiere Shaw, O'Hara (4-1) piled up 373 yards on the ground against the visiting Panthers (2-4).

Field Hockey

Delco Christian wrapped up the Bicentennial League Constitution Division championship by blanking visiting Bristol, 4-0.

Senior center-forward Brittney Weidemann scored twice and assisted on both of Stacey MacArthur's goals.

Catholic Academies. Merion Mercy goalie Bonnie McShane made five saves in her fourth shutout, a 2-0 win over visiting Gwynedd-Mercy. Erica DiPascale and Meghan Sack provided the goals.

After a scoreless first half, Caroline Troncelliti scored three straight goals and ignited Villa Maria's 4-1 win over visiting Sacred Heart.

Unbeaten Mount St. Joseph (11-0) rolled past visiting St. Basil, 6-0, behind two goals each from Ann Burgoyne and Brooke Sabia.

Cross-Country

Owen J. Roberts' Alex Wood and Ryan Conway took individual honors at the 26th annual Harrier Invitational at Pottstown.

Manhattan Invitational. Pennsbury's Sara Sargent placed sixth in 14 minutes, 47 seconds over four kilometers in the Eastern States race at New York's Van Cortlandt Park.

North Penn's Meghan McGovern won the Varsity E race in 14:54, and the Maidens captured the team title.

Boys' Soccer

Boyertown clinched a berth in the Pioneer Athletic Conference playoffs with a 5-0 shutout at Pope John Paul II. Chad Craig and Cory Fox scored two goals each.

Nonleague. Noah Greenblatt's header goal with four minutes left broke a 1-1 tie and made Owen J. Roberts a 2-1 winner over visiting West Chester Henderson.

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