Perkiomen had a balanced scoring attack in this one, as three players scored and Brett Davis added two assists. Corey Jackson made three saves in goal to secure the shutout.
The team will get a week off before its next game.
Catholic. La Salle earned its 10th win of the season, defeating Roman Catholic, 2-1, at home.
The game was scoreless at halftime, but Matt Lucas and Mark Grasela scored in the first 20 minutes of the second half for the Explorers.
Joe Steward countered with a penalty-kick goal with a minute left, but Roman Catholic couldn't get the equalizer.
The one-goal win was the third straight for La Salle.
Friends Schools. Senior goaltender Chase Cella stopped 10 shots and earned his fifth shutout this season, lifting Shipley to a 2-0 win against Germantown Friends. Henry Farr and Nico Rubino scored for the Gators.
For the second straight week, a goaltender for Gwynedd-Mercy came out of net and scored her first career goal on the offensive end.
This time, it was senior Ally Fasano, who splits time between the field and goaltender, scoring to lift the Monarchs to a 2-1 win over Marple Newtown in nonleague action.
After Fasano's goal in the first half, the Tigers answered to tie it. Then, in the 77th minute, a shot by Meredith D'Angelo rolled into the lower left corner of the net for the winner.
Friends Schools. Westtown defeated George School, 3-0, thanks to Lola Salter's second straight shutout. Salter stopped six shots, and has given up only one goal in the last four games. Emily Sands and Bella Wilcher each had a goal and an assist for Westtown.
In other Friends action, Shipley won at home, 2-0, against Abington Friends. Junior Liz Denbigh, in her first start at goaltender, stopped eight shots for the shutout.
Public. Junior Najah Johnson scored the only two goals of the game to lead Mastbaum to a 2-0 win at Freire Charter.
Sophomore goaltender Dehea Larngar posted her fourth shutout by stopping 12 shots.
In other Public League action, Rush sophomore forward Nexi Connelly scored a hat trick in her first start this season to lift Rush to a 7-1 win at Frankford.
Brittany Afflerbach added two goals.
All four of the top seeds advanced to Saturday's semifinals of the Pioneer Athletic Conference singles championships.
Julie McNabb of Phoenixville and Mihaela Codreanu of Methacton each won first- and second-round matches to advance. Emily Allen of Boyertown, the top seed, and Lauren Simeone of Methacton, the second seed, won second-round matches handily after first-round byes.
Codreanu, the fourth-seeded player, defeated Leona Kretzu of Perkiomen Valley, 10-1, with pro-set, no-ad scoring. She went on to win her second-round matchup by the same score.
McNabb, the third seed, won both her matches in straight sets.
Semifinals will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday.
Archbishop Wood defeated Catholic League foe Bonner-Prendergast, 2-1, in a controversial overtime finish.
Carey Carrigan scored a goal in overtime that sparked some anger. Bonner-Prendie believed that there was goaltender interference and that the goal should have been waved off. The officials allowed the goal to stand.
Brenna Lynch scored for the Vikings and Jess Campbell had a goal for the Pandas in the second half to send it to extra time.
Friends Schools. Westtown won at home, 1-0, against Friends' Central. Junior Heather Laudermilch's goal, on a penalty corner in the seventh minute, proved to be all Westtown needed. Freshman Hannah Weaver recorded the shutout in her first start in net.
Inter-Ac. Notre Dame defeated Agnes Irwin, 5-2. Junior forward Moira Putsch scored twice in the first half and once in the second, and added an assist for a solid all-around game. Senior defender Nina Diamond had her second two-goal game this season for the Irish.
In other Inter-Ac action, freshman forward Margaux Paolino scored a goal, then assisted on an Alana Dumas goal two minutes later to lift Episcopal Academy to a 2-0 win over Germantown Academy. Junior Gianna Pileggi recorded a two-save shutout for the home team.
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