Central Bucks East 4, Conestoga 0 - Emma Loving scored three times to lead the Patriots at Central Bucks West. Shaun Kane assisted one of her goals and also scored her own.
Council Rock South 1, West Chester Rustin 0 - Nikki Caffey scored off a deflection with a minute left in the first half, and the visiting Golden Hawks rode that the rest of the way.
District 1 Class AA Field Hockey
Nicole Chealino scored twice and Cassie O'Brian added a goal to help Gwynedd Mercy to a 3-0 win over visiting New Hope-Solebury in the quarterfinals. Ava Rosati earned the shutout.
Merion Mercy 5, Phoenixville 0 - Meg Duvernois and Megan Sack scored twice each to lead the visiting Golden Bears. Lauren Thomas earned a four-save shutout, and Olivia Nostrant scored once.
Villa Maria 8, Christopher Dock 0 - Erika Miller recorded eight saves to post her 31st career shutout as the host Hurricanes rolled. Senior Megan Parsons collected three goals and two assists, and Abby Siana added three goals.
Upper Perkiomen 3, Springfield (Montco) 0 - Casey Umstead scored once and assisted on a goal to lift the visiting Indians. Anna Duemler and Sam Dingler each added a goal. Hannah Mack faced just three shots for the shutout.
Public League Field Hockey
Junior Victoria Barraza scored twice, including the winner in overtime, to lead Washington over Central, 3-2, in a league semifinal at Germantown. Cristina Wong added a goal.
Freshman Eryn Nguyen teamed with junior Chelsea Stone to capture Central's fourth straight Public League Class AAA doubles title at Legacy Tennis Center.
The Lancers tandem topped Frankford's Dalasha Patterson and Shalease Allen, 8-0, in the final.
Catholic. Archbishop Carroll's Stef Carkofski and Rachael Tygh won the league's Class AAA doubles title over Cardinal O'Hara's Lauren Granata and Katie Seeherry, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3. The Patriots pair went undefeated throughout league play.