Freshman Ashley Juliano won her first pitching start, Jenn Toland and Maggie Gratz lined two-run doubles, and Gina Schnecker's second hit of the inning plated Sam Ali with the winning run.
Unbeaten Neshaminy (11-0) handled visiting Abington, 8-0, with a 15-strikeout three-hitter by Lauren Quense and three hits and three RBIs from freshman catcher Sam Offenback.
Central. Garnet Valley came up with a four-run seventh inning, started by a double by Ashley Moskowitz (3 for 4), Gina Ricci's triple and Danielle Spina's double, and took an 8-6 win at Marple Newtown.
Radnor's Christy Von Pusch fanned 11 Ridley batters and the host Red Raiders collected a 5-3 win.
Ches-Mont. Winning pitcher Meredith Katona lined a two-run double in the sixth inning to score Darian Bordley and Taylor Wright (2 for 2), breaking a 2-2 tie and lifting West Chester Rustin past visiting Kennett, 4-2.
Catholic. Archbishop Ryan's Kelly Dadalski threw a one-hitter and Conwell-Egan's Gina Massaro fashioned an eight-strikeout three-hitter, but visiting Ryan managed a second-inning run and prevailed, 1-0.
Pioneer Athletic. Alyssa Kolb led Owen J. Roberts' 17-0 shutout at Pottstown by pitching a two-hitter, and going 3 for 3 with five RBIs at the plate.
Public. Katelyn Kubiak's RBI single and Angeline Baez's steal of home gave Lincoln two eighth-inning runs and a 3-2 win at Philadelphia Academy Charter.
Central sophomore Sarah Rosenberg threw her fourth no-hitter of the season, a 14-0, five-inning win at Washington.
Tri-County. Barrack Hebrew's 16-10 win at West-Mont Christian featured Ari Bogom-Shanon's four hits and three RBIs, and a home run from seventh grader Allie Einhorn.
Nonleague. Katie Costello homered in the sixth inning and scored on Jen Freeman's 10th-inning home run as Upper Moreland outlasted host Springfield (Montco), 4-2. Jessica Habermehl outdueled Kim Machalette.
Campbell Crochiere broke the Agnes Irwin school record for career goals, but host Episcopal Academy spoiled the occasion with a 19-10 Inter-Ac League win.
Crochiere, who will attend Richmond, scored four goals to boost her career mark to 150 goals. Lynda Michaels and Ali Singly each had three goals and two assists for Episcopal.
Central. Radnor, ranked No. 9 in the state by phillylacrosse.com, outscored No. 4 Harriton by 10-4 in the second half and pulled away from the visiting Rams for a 17-10 win. Kristen Norden had four goals and two assists, goalie Grace Collins made eight saves, and Abby Junior grabbed seven ground balls for the Red Raiders.