Diminutive freshman forward Reggie Lloyd, of Del-Val Charter, pushed his season total to 20 goals in only five matches, his hat trick and assist leading to a 4-1 victory over Lamberton.
Senior midfielder Ryan Stevens scored once in each half to lead George Washington to a 3-1 road victory against Central.
Four players scored as Fels, backed by freshman goalkeeper Emmanuel Carie's 12 saves, beat Philadelphia Academy Charter, 4-1.
Northeast scored three times in the second half, beating visiting Bartram, 3-1, behind a goal and an assist from junior midfielder Jorge Chavez.
Junior Jim-Elkins Borfay scored a goal and dished out two assists, and teammate Musa Konney connected twice in Mastbaum's four-goal first half en route to a 4-1 win over Kensington.
Catholic. Midfielder Jack Dusing's second-half strike propelled La Salle into a tie for first place in the Catholic League with a 1-0 win over Archbishop Wood.
After 70 scoreless minutes, Dusing found a rebound fall to him 25 yards from the goal and blasted a shot into the upper left corner of the net, sending the Explorers to a 7-1 league record.
Joining La Salle atop the Catholic League is Archbishop Ryan, 1-0 winner over host Conwell-Egan.
In the 10th minute, Ryan's Angel Luviano volleyed teammate Michael Kirby's direct kick into the net for the only scoring.
Tri-County. Barrack Hebrew senior forwards Eliwahu Korn, Steven Plotnick, and Daniel Saltz scored second-half goals to defeat Collegium, 3-0.
Another senior, goalkeeper Evan Benedict, turned aside four Collegium shots on goal in his third shutout.
Central. Upper Darby senior midfielder Emanuel Amao opened the scoring against Springfield (Delco) and assisted on the final goal as the Royals beat the visiting Cougars, 3-1.
Nonleague. Shipley's two senior captains, keeper Chase Cella and forward Kevin Staples, combined to lead the Gators to a 2-0 win over visiting Roman Catholic.
Cella stopped all seven shots he faced, and Staples banged in a second-half penalty kick.
Sophomore striker Evan Needs planted three in the net and assisted on two other goals as The Christian Academy defeated Phil-Mont Christian, 6-1.
La Salle won its second straight Catholic League boys' title, narrowly edging out St. Joseph's Prep, 443-447, with every other school finishing at least 56 strokes behind the Explorers.
Prep junior Kevin Kramarski paced the field at LuLu Country Club in North Hills, finishing his round with an even-par 71. Right on his tail were Explorers Jack Gregor and Gary McCabe, each at 72.
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