CB West 4, Pennridge 0 >> The Bucks did a great job of spreading the ball around and connecting on passing sequences, going up 2-0 by the half Monday.
West now gets ready for a Wednesday clash at Souderton Area.
CB West 4, Pennridge 0
Central Bucks West 2 2 — 4
Pennridge 0 0 — 0
CBW: Taylor Mason, 26:13; CBW: Eva Altadonna, 6:54.
CBW: Bryn Boylan, 26:56; CBW: Cadera Smith, 5:36.
Saves: Laura Kubit (CBW) 7.
Abington 6, Truman 1 >> The Ghosts opened up the scoring Monday off a penalty corner from freshman Paige Doyle, with an assist from Grace Terrizzi.
Kaila Brown scored off a Doyle assist less than four minutes later and then sophomore Aileen Hughes converted a pass from senior Jackie Kizel for a 3-0 lead midway through the first half.
The Ghosts led 4-1 by the half and added a pair of goals after the break.
Abington 6, Truman 1
Abington 4 2 — 6
Truman 1 0 — 1
A: Paige Doyle (Grace Terrizzi); A: Kaila Brown (Doyle); A: Aileen Hughes (Jackie Kizel); T: Ariel Simpson (Christina Hughes); A: Sam McGee.
A: Sam Simon (McGee); A: McGee (Doyle).
CB East 9, William Tennent 1 >> The powerful Patriots scored six first-half goals Monday night but the Panthers got a solid performance from senior Tricia McCoy, who made 29 saves.
Tennent’s Gina Markus capitalized at the 23rd minute on a finessed assist from sophomore Jenna Cragin for Tennent’s goal.
Riley Donnelly’s hat trick led the Patriot attack.
The Panthers return to action Wednesday, hosting Pennridge at 7 p.m.
Jenkintown 3, Morrisville 0 >> The Drakes got two goals from Ashley Kremp and one from Mia Kolb in a solid victory on Tuesday.
Claire Griffin had an assist, with Kremp and Kolb each adding an assist as well.
Episcopal Academy 5, Germantown Academy 4 >> Senior captains Ali Crump and Isabelle Jacobs both had strong games in the defensive midfield for the Patriots Tuesday, and junior Colleen Carrigan and sophmore Sammy Popper created a lot of opportunities in the attacking end.
GA hosts Lawrenceville Wednesday.
Germantown Academy 4
Germantown Academy 1 3 — 4
Episcopal 2 3 — 5
Goals-assists: GA-Carli McCrossen 1-0; Colleen Carrigan 0-1; Sammy Popper 3-0; Ali Crump 0-1; Maddi Ota 0-1.
Dock 4, Lower Moreland 1 >> The Pioneers improved to 5-0 Tuesday night, with Jill Bolton chipping in with a goal and an assist.
Dock travels to Upper Perk Wednesday night for the “Play for the Cure” game at 7 p.m.
Dock 4, Lower Moreland 1
Dock 4 0 — 4
Lower Moreland 0 1 — 1
D: Jill Bolton (Jess Schmidt), 28:04; D: Emme Raieta (Jill Bolton), 25:02; D: Kate Strickland, 15:50; D: Macy Balmer (Ella Bergey), 7:22.
LM: Gianna Venafia (Jamie Mayer), 23:51.
Shots: Dock 18; Lower Moreland 4.
Saves: Liz Wanamaker (D) 4; Alex Casey (LM) 14.
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