Boyertown entered the tournament as the seventh seed, and Quakertown was No. 26.
Downingtown West 4, Methacton 0 - Jen Wittick scored two goals and Annie Messner turned away five shots as the sixth-seeded Whippets blanked visiting No. 27 Methacton.
Central Bucks South 2, Bishop Shanahan 1 (OT) - Nicki Weiss tied the game early in the second half, and the visiting, No. 19 Titans needed penalty kicks to upset 14th-seeded Shanahan.
Central Bucks East 5, Mount St. Joseph 0 - Danielle DeMichael and Mariah Lichter each scored twice as the No. 8 Patriots eased past 25th-seeded Mount St. Joseph. Paige Marcinowski and Lauren Griffith combined for five saves.
Unionville 3, Wissahickon 0 - Quinn Benintende scored twice and Sammi Ortiz added another goal to help 16th-seeded Unionville edge No. 17 Wissahickon.
Spring-Ford 3, Council Rock North 1 - Gabby Vagnozzie scored three times and Haley Puckett posted eight saves to lift No. 11 Spring-Ford past the visiting, 22d-seeded Indians.
West Chester Rustin 3, William Tennent 1 - Abbey Kramer scored on a corner 45 seconds into the game, and No. 9 Rustin held on to down 24th-seeded Tennent.
Penn-Jersey. Solebury School scored twice in the second overtime to turn away visiting Doane Academy, 3-1, in the semifinals. Hadiyyah Graves scored the winner from the right side.
Christopher Dock rattled 21 shots on goal as it eased to a 3-0 win over visiting Upper Moreland in the first round of the District 1 Class AA tournament.
Joanna Benner scored twice, and No. 8 Dock did all its scoring in the first half. Marissa Souder blanked ninth-seeded Upper Moreland with seven saves.
New Hope-Solebury 1, Plumstead Christian 0 (OT) - Madison Ghiz scored with four minutes left as the seventh-seeded Lions edged No. 10 Plumstead.
Ghiz, a junior, was assisted by Marissa Mazza. Senior Maeve Doolan posted the shutout with seven saves.
Merion Mercy 3, Sacred Heart 2 (OT) - Lizzy Sack lifted the game-winner over a sprawling goalie as No. 6 Merion Mercy topped 11th-seeded Sacred Heart. Sack, a senior forward, also scored in the first half.
Conestoga won all five matches in straight sets en route to dropping Manheim Township, 5-0, in the first round of the PIAA Class AAA Tournament.
Ashley Lyon won, 6-0, 6-2, at second singles, and Lauren Ge and Kaylee Yan won, 6-0, 6-3, at first doubles.
Also in AAA, Maureen Devlin posted a 6-1, 7-5 win at first singles to lead Wissahickon over Susquehannock, 5-0.
Harriton cruised to a 3-0 win over Parkland. Hannah Drayton won, 6-1, 6-2, at first singles.
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