Pa. Girls: Tues. Pa. girls: Garnet Valley wins late

Posted: April 03, 2014

Faced with a three-run deficit in the final inning, Garnet Valley conjured up a memorable finish to its Central League softball game against Upper Darby on Tuesday.

Garnet Valley scored four times in the seventh to rally for an 8-7 home victory.

With Upper Darby leading by 7-5, Cori Snyder tied the game with a two-run single to center field. Later in the inning, Nicole Clayton drew a bases-loaded walk that sent Morgan Lovelace across with the winning run.

Suburban One National. Sarah Snider-Leonhauser hit a bases-clearing double in the top of the sixth inning to help Neshaminy edge host Truman, 5-4.

Friends School. Allie Quirk ripped a game-winning RBI single to center field to lift Friends Select over George School, 6-5, in nine innings. Zina Robbins-Maldonado scored the decisive run.

Bicentennial Independence. Lanae Hunsberger hit a walk-off RBI single as Christopher Dock downed Bristol, 1-0. The sophomore outfielder hit a ground ball up the middle for the winning hit.


Carson Adelberger scored her third goal of the game four minutes into overtime as host Sun Valley topped West Chester Rustin, 9-8, in the Ches-Mont American. Jessica McGarrey added three goals.

Catholic Academies. Kristin Fitzgerald scored 11 goals in Villa Joseph Marie's 19-7 victory at Sacred Heart.

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