Carrigan and Perlmutter continued their strong play, each having scored twice in the Patriots' last game.
In other nonleague action, Micaela Beaty scored two goals as host Bonner-Prendergast won, 4-1, over Academy Park.
Catholic Academies. St. Basil's Nicola McDermott finished a breakaway late in overtime to lift her team to a 2-1 overtime victory at Villa Joseph Marie.
Mount St. Joseph blanked visiting Nazareth, 3-0, behind a goal and an assist from Ann Burgoyne.
Villa Maria rode Katie Mooney's two goals to a 3-1 home win over Gwynedd-Mercy.
Pioneer. Brittany Dickinson scored the winner late in overtime as host Methacton defeated Owen J. Roberts, 1-0.
Sammi Steele was strong in goal, making 10 saves to earn her first career shutout.
Friends. Trailing at halftime, Germantown Friends got two quick goals from Alex Macbeth and Sydney Weigert en route to a 3-1 home win over Friends Select.
Catholic. Marissa Cicione's hat trick set a school single-season scoring record as Cardinal O'Hara eased past visiting Lansdale Catholic, 9-0. Cicione, a junior, scored her 29th goal of the season and added an assist.
Masterman's Alexis Cullinan found the net in the second overtime to give the host Blue Dragons a 1-0 win over Rush in a Public League match.
Cullinan split two defenders at the top of the box before drilling a shot past the keeper midway through the overtime period.
Also in the Public:
Host Science Leadership was paced by Alyssa Winner's two scores in a 3-0 win over Northeast.
Juniors Lisa Tomczuk and Beata Mamrol each recorded a hat trick as Central surged past visiting Washington, 9-2.
Franklin Towne Charter's Rachel Gilborges netted three goals in the first half to lead the Coyotes to a 9-0 victory at Bodine.
Central. Nicole Mancarella factored in each score with a goal and an assist to give Penncrest a 2-1 win over visiting Haverford High.
Bicentennial. Sophomore Julia Kyne scored four goals to move host Delco Christian past MaST Charter, 5-0.
Jamie Barr made two saves to earn her fourth consecutive shutout.
Junior Alison Snakard fired a 1-under-par 35 over nine holes at Honeybrook Golf Club to lead Mount St. Joseph to the team title in the Catholic Academies golf championships.
Snakard placed first in the event, and the Mount had five of the top seven finishers for a team score of 201.
Villa Maria (225) and Villa Joseph Marie (229) rounded out the top three.
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