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DLN Roundup: Big win for Rustin tennis; Lawrence takes over area scoring lead in boys lax

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Boys Tennis
West Chester Rustin 5, Downingtown West  2 >> Griffin Wisser and Abishek Naik rallied from losing the first set to emerge victorious in No. 4 doubles as the Golden Knights (9-3, 10-5) defeated the Whippets.
Wisser and Naik won 3-6, 6-1, 6-2. Dylan McKay won No. 3 singles for West in three sets.
Singles – 1. Dunn (WCR) def. Graybill, 6-4, 6-0. 2. Shevlin (WCR) def. Coyne, 6-2, 6-2. 3. Dylan McKay (DW) def. Bradley, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4.
Doubles – 1. Clark-Ricketts (WCR) def. Walter-Reid, 6-3, 6-0. 2. C. Hanak-D. Hanak (DW) def. Bitzberger-Batchelor, 6-3, 7-5. 3. Gillespie-Glatfelter (WCR) def. Morris-Loedel, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4. 4. Wisser-Naik (WCR) def. Hillsinger-Biskowitz, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2.

West Chester East 7, Octorara 0 >> Will Delaney, Andrew Fleming and Gavin Bond each won in straight sets as the Vikings (9-3, 11-5) defeated the Braves.
Delaney won 6-0, 6-0.
Singles – 1. Delaney (WCE) def. Dagney, 6-0, 6-0. 2. Fleming (WCE) def. Myers, 6-1, 6-0. 3. Bond (WCE) def. Williams, 6-2, 6-1.
Doubles – 1. Manoj-Beggs (WCE) def. Ward-Selitte, 6-2, 6-0. 2. Maheshawari-Krishnagopal (WCE) def. Michalski-Ragsdale, 6-0, 6-1. 3. Carr-Anderson (WCE) def. Zanecosky-Zavala, 6-1, 6-4. 4. Tamarra-Neskovic (WCE) def. Rohrer-Smith, 6-1, 6-1.

West Chester Henderson 4, Great Valley 3 >> With the score deadlocked at 3-3, the Warriors’ Kiran Seani edged the Patriots’ Ryan Hamel at No. 2 singles in three sets to give Henderson the narrow victory. Henderson improves to 10-2. Great Valley falls to 6-6.
Singles – 1. Kesti (GV) def. Bailee 6-2, 6-2. 2. Seani (H) def. Hamel 4-6, 6-3, 6-2. 3. Pychala (H) def. Bagga 6-3, 6-3.
Doubles – 1. Meehan-Parbess (GV) def. Aoldenberg-Cocer 6-1, 6-1. 2. Cornelius-Lussier (GV) def. McFalls-Giese 6-2, 7-6 (7-1). 3. Caldwell-Hellmig (H) def. Hyde-Surapeneni 6-4, 6-2. 4. Goodstein-Sinnott (H) def. Kratzinger-Odell 6-3, 6-2

Boys Lacrosse
Unionville 14, Exeter 10 >> Zach Lawrence had six goals as the Indians (6-5) defeated the Eagles in a nonleague game.
Lawrence leads the area with 36 goals this season.
Will Ciccarelli added four goals for Unionville while Drew Lenkaitis and Jack Hoopman added two.
Unionville    1    2     6    5- 14
Exeter    5    1     2    2- 10
Unionville goals: Lawrence 6, Ciccarelli 4, Hoopman 2, Lenkaitis 2.
Exeter goals: Malone 4, Ward 4, Cress 2
Goalie saves: Rogers (U) 10, Edinger (E) 14.

Oxford 15, Cheltenham 7 >> Shain Quigley scored four goals as the Hornets defeated Cheltenham in nonleague action.
Tyler Barbone added three goals and Aaron Shelton had two.
Oxford    4    2     7    2- 15
Cheltenham    1    0     1    5- 7
Oxford goals: Quigley 4, Barbone 3, Shelton 2, Lechette, Martinelli, Holz, Harris, Liberato, Renehan.
Cheltenham goals: McHugh 4, Noel 2, Fister.
Goalie saves: Dwyer (O) 8, Harris (O) 2, Collins (C) 14.

Girls Lacrosse
Collegium Charter 15, Perkiomen School 12  >> Jillian Schlenner scored seven times to help lead Collegium to a come from behind win in the Independent School League. Akina Wollie added four goals and Hannah Baer and Alison Acela each chipped in two for Collegium (4-1, 5-3 overall).
Perkiomen    8    4 – 12
Collegium    5    10 – 15
Perkiomen goals: Falcone 5, Matthews 3, Walsh, Butcher, Chiesa 2.
Collegium goals: Schlenner 7, Wollie 4, Baer 2, Acello 2.
Goalie saves: Albanese (PS) 7, Wiggins (CC) 9.

Bishop Shanahan 21, Cardinal O’Hara 3  >> Kelsi Trevisan had three goals as the Eagles (7-4) defeated Cardinal O’Hara in the nonleague matchup.
Tara Morrissey had a goal and eight assists in the win. Kenzie Staska had three goals.
Cardinal O’Hara    2    1 – 3
Bishop Shanahan    15    6 – 21
Cardinal O’Hara goals: Noon, Dirita 2.
Bishop Shanahan goals: Staska 3, Trevisan 3, Hill 2, Manley 2, Smith 2, French 2, DeCesaris 2, Morrissey, Bailey, Abbonizio, Dolan, Levan.
Goalie saves: Cardinal O’Hara 19, Gorr (BS) 6.

Merion Mercy 7, Villa Maria 6 >> Erin Finley scored twice as the Hurricanes fell in the AACA matchup. Lauren Dunn, Brianne Bamber, Annina Iacobucci and Audrey Fantazzia also scored for Villa.

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