Spencer McCullough turned away nine shots for 15th-seeded Pennsbury, and David Selverian had seven saves for No. 7 North Penn.
Abington 2, Neshaminy 1 - Senior forward Danny Sheppard scored a pair of goals to lead No. 19 Abington at sixth-seeded Neshaminy.
In the 12th minute, Sheppard received a long throw from senior outside back Ben Kruger across the box and put it in the top left corner of the net. In the 25th minute, he converted a penalty kick after midfielder Chris Tracey was taken down in the box.
McKenna Mullin stopped Cassandra Burger's penalty kick, and No. 2 Neshaminy edged 10th-seeded Pennsbury, 5-4 on penalty kicks, after scoreless regulation and overtime in the District 1 Class AAA quarterfinals.
Strath Haven 1, C.B. East 0 - Kristen Miller scored in the second half to lift host, No. 1-seeded Strath Haven over eighth-seeded Central Bucks East.
Downingtown West 2, Owen J. Roberts 1 - Dana Sarcinello scored twice, including the winner with 28 minutes left, to lift No. 6 West over the third seeds.
Haverford School's Cole Berman and Tim Brooks tied for first place and helped the Fords capture the team title at the Pennsylvania Independent Schools boys' tournament at Stonewall North in Elverson.
Berman, a junior, and Brooks, a senior, each shot a 1-over-par 71. Sean Fahey of Episcopal Academy finished in third with a 73.
Malvern Prep finished in second with 316 team points, 12 shy of Haverford's mark. EA came in third with 322.
Germantown Friends' Sami Aziz breezed to a first-place finish at the Pennsylvania Independent Schools boys' championship at Belmont Plateau.
Aziz navigated the 3.1-mile course in 15 minutes, 51.7 seconds, nearly 10 seconds ahead of second-place Sam Ritz of Germantown Academy. Penn Charter's Etienne Dumas came in third at 16:22.9.
Germantown Friends won the team title with 47 points as it placed three runners in the top 10.
In the girls' championship, Penn Charter's Catie Skinner eased to a first place with a time of 19:27.6. Jamie Costarino, of Springside Chestnut Hill, finished in 19:41.9 for second place, followed by Germantown Academy's Paige Kupsky (19:52.3).
Germantown Friends placed four of the top 10 finishers to capture the team title.
District 1. Junior Courtney Smith of Unionville finished in 17:36 to capture first place in Class AAA at the girls' championship meet Friday at Lehigh.
Alexa Botelho of New Hope-Solebury ran a 19:51 to capture the Class A title, and Megan McGarrito of St. Basil won AA in 19:20.
In boys' action, Tony Russell, a junior from West Chester Henderson, earned the Class AAA title with a time of 15:11. Senior Dan Alexander of Lower Moreland took the AA title (16:20), and Greg Wagner of Jenkintown triumphed in Class A (16:29).
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