Pa. Girls: Fri. Pa. girls: Villa Maria triumphs

Posted: May 11, 2014

SOFTBALL

NONLEAGUE

Villa Maria 3, Radnor 2: Gabby Costagliola started host Villa Maria's eighth-inning rally Friday with a single and a stolen base. After Briana Wright singled to move Costagliola to third, Maddie Abbot's base hit ended the game.

Lower Moreland 14, Academy of the New Church 10: Erica Fleck doubled and homered for visiting Lower Moreland.

Germantown Friends 4, Hill School 0: Lizzie Becker pitched a five-hit shutout and struck out six for host Germantown Friends.

Springfield (Delco) 4, Interboro 1: Tori DePietro had four hits, including a triple, for visiting Springfield.

Pottsgrove 5, Upper Merion 4: Cori Dickinson hit a home run and knocked in two runs for host Pottsgrove.

INTER-AC LEAGUE

Agnes Irwin 3, Baldwin 0: Katie Wenger threw a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts in Agnes Irwin's home win. Wenger also had two hits and scored a run.

CENTRAL LEAGUE

Upper Darby 10, Conestoga 8: Kate Robinson smoked a go-ahead grand slam in the fifth inning for visiting Upper Darby.

LACROSSE

INTER-AC LEAGUE

Episcopal Academy 16, Penn Charter 6: Lily Crager and Corrine Zanolli combined for half of host Episcopal's scoring, netting four goals apiece.

NONLEAGUE

Germantown Friends 18, Hill School 8: Schuyler Nissen buried five goals, and Greta Meyer and Ava Schwemler each scored four times for host Germantown Friends.

George School 17, Solebury School 9: Six George School players scored multiple goals at Solebury, led by Claire Kinnel, who netted five.

Harriton 16, Southern Lehigh 2: Harriton's Katie Melvin scored six times on her senior day in a home win.

Interboro 21, Penn Wood 1: Sami Barnett and Karleigh Kennedy each scored four times in the Bucs' win at Penn Wood.

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