Donna Intintolo's bases-loaded triple in the sixth inning accounted for all of Wissahickon's offense in a 3-1 win over visiting Garnet Valley.
Methacton blanked visiting Interboro, 3-0, as Maddy Lowery threw a two-hitter with six strikeouts and no walks. The Warriors plated three runs in the sixth on Kate Civitello's two-run single with the bases loaded and Taylor Rambo's RBI single.
Jess Hang had two hits, scored a run and drove in another for Central Bucks East in a 4-1 triumph at West Chester Henderson.
West Chester East defeated visiting Truman, 5-2, fueled by Sarah McDade's two runs batted in and Lindsay Orton's three hits.
Perkiomen Valley posted a nine-run third inning during a 10-0 win over visiting West Chester Rustin. Erin Hamm tossed a two-hitter, and Brenna Sermarini had two hits, two walks, two runs scored and three RBIs.
Notre Dame's Kristen Bandos reached the 400-point plateau for her career with a four-goal game in an 11-9 win over visiting Penn Charter in the quarterfinals of the Pennsylvania Independent Schools tournament.
Three goals each by Alexandra Silvera, Taryn Gallagher and M. C. Curran steered Episcopal Academy's balanced offense to a 15-5 victory over visiting Agnes Irwin.
Germantown Academy bumped visiting Friends' Central, 15-11, as goalie Allie Carrigan played a solid game with nine saves, and Brooke Kiley poured in six goals.
Tri-County. Kimberton Waldorf's Lindsay Bolger capped a career-high nine-goal game by scoring with two seconds left as the visiting Cougars beat defending champ Perkiomen School, 12-11, in the league semifinals.
Barrack Hebrew eliminated visiting Del-Val Friends, 18-4. Dani Levin added three assists to a season-high eight goals and Tamara Parment scored four goals.
Kat Bezhani converted a cross from Carina Flaherty with 6:30 left for the goal that made Masterman a 2-1 winner over Washington in the Public League quarterfinals at Northeast.
Franklin Towne Charter blanked Bodine, 5-0, with two goals each by Rachel Gilborges and Stefanie Ulmer in the quarterfinal at Simon Gratz.
Midfielder Hatixhe Collaku deposited two goals in a 3-0 win over visiting Northeast.