Nicole Barretta added three assists, and goalie Kaelyn Johns made two saves.
In other Class AAA action:
Boyertown 4, Easton 0 - Olivia Frazier scored twice to lead the Bears in a first-round game in Allentown.
Sarafina Valenti made two saves to earn a shutout in Boyertown's first trip to the state playoffs.
Class AA Soccer
Allie Trzaska scored what proved to be the winning goal as Villa Joseph Marie moved past Archbishop Wood, 2-1, at Southern in a first-round game.
With the game 0-0 at halftime, Bridget Galen scored first and Trzaska's goal extended the Jems' lead to 2-0. Katherine Hennessey scored late for the Vikings.
Class A Soccer
Christopher Dock avenged last season's state-playoff loss as the Pioneers survived a rally to edge Conwell-Egan in a first-round contest, 3-2, at Southern.
Bailey Kratz netted two goals as Dock raced to a 3-0 lead after halftime. Emily Gordon made nine saves to hold onto the win despite the Eagles' Michelle Latronica's two scores that brought her team to within a goal.
Pa. Independent Schools Soccer
Senior forward Kristina Zahan's 55th-minute strike lifted fifth-seeded Episcopal Academy over No. 12 Westtown. Taylor Long made 10 stops for the Churchwomen in the first-round game.
Pa. Independent Schools Field Hockey
Germantown Academy paced its scoring nicely with four goals in each half en route to a 8-0 win over visiting, No. 12 seed Shipley in a Pennsylvania Independent Schools Tournament first-round match.
The fifth-seeded Patriots were led by two goals apiece from Allie Carrigan and Kelsey Remig. Carrigan added an assist, and Morgan Roche helped with a goal and an assist.
Class AA Field Hockey
Gwynedd Mercy was powered by Nicole Catalino's two first-half goals in its 2-1 win over Palmyra at Milton Hershey.
Upper Perkiomen 3, Donegal 2 - Casey Umstead scored twice as the Indians won at Wissahickon.