Pa. Girls: Fri. Pa. girls: C.B. South beats Pennridge

Posted: April 13, 2014

SOFTBALL

SUBURBAN ONE CONTINENTAL

Central Bucks South 2, Pennridge 0: Maddie Decker socked a solo home run to help host Central Bucks South.

SUBURBAN ONE AMERICAN

Cheltenham 5, Upper Dublin 2: Becca Simms and Grace DeRosa crushed home runs, knocking in all five of Cheltenham's runs in a home win.

CENTRAL

Radnor 4, Springfield (Delco) 3: Isabel Schaefer fanned 11 over seven innings for visiting Radnor. Schaefer allowed three runs on three hits and a walk.

CHES-MONT NATIONAL

Downingtown East 4, Coatesville 1: Paige Warfel homered on the first pitch host Downingtown East saw and went on to give up one unearned run in six innings.

CHES-MONT AMERICAN

Unionville 1, Kennett 0: Elise Rocconi singled, then scored on an error in the seventh inning for the winning run for visiting Kennett.

FRIENDS SCHOOLS

Friends' Central 10, Friends Select 8: Carolyn Spellacy struck out 13 in eight innings for visiting Friends' Central. Jane Goldstein went 3 for 5 with a home run.

PIONEER ATHLETIC

Methacton 2, Owen J. Roberts 0: Sarah Rambo started host Methacton's two-run rally in the fifth inning with a leadoff double. Emily Harris scored Rambo with a double, then Harris scored on Paulina Harris' single.

Perkiomen Valley 4, Upper Perkiomen 0: Rachel Helverson struck out six and tossed a one-hitter for host Perkiomen Valley. Helverson did not issue a walk.

NONLEAGUE

Haverford High 8, Plymouth Whitemarsh 4: Tyler Beccari tripled in Haverford High's win at PW.

LACROSSE

FRIENDS SCHOOLS

Academy of the New Church 14, Shipley 11: Sarah Smith scored five goals to help host Academy of the New Church beat Shipley for the first time in school history.

Germantown Friends 19, Friends' Central 8: Annie Tyson scored seven times and host Germantown Friends took the rematch of the last four Friends Schools League finals. Friends' Central is the four-time defending league champ.

CATHOLIC ACADEMIES

Gwynedd Mercy 18, Sacred Heart 0: Morgan Meehan scored four goals, including the 100th in her career, in a home win.

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