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Levy, Savage make it a net gain for O’Hara

Gabriella Levy and Caitlyn Savage did not lose a game at second and third singles, respectively, as Cardinal O’Hara remained undefeated in the Catholic League with a 4-1 triumph over Archbishop Ryan Thursday.

Laura Brady and Colleen Callahan, and Cara Degnan and Laura Onimus swept the doubles in straight sets for the Lions (4-3, 3-0).

In the Central League:

Radnor 6, Haverford 1: Nora Xiong and Camille Ernallsteen led a clean sweep of the doubles competition as Radnor downed Haverford. The Raiders dropped just six games in the doubles.

Morgane Wojtowitz pulled out a 2-6, 7-5, 10-8 triumph at second singles for the Fords. It was the last match on the court.

Strath Haven 7, Upper Darby 0: Kelly Doyle, Katie Pell and Emma Lee lost just one game each in the singles to pace the Panthers. Strath Haven swept the doubles in straight sets, too.

Lower Merion 6, Penncrest 1: The Lions put up a fight, but the Aces were just too much. Ciara Kain and Ruth John pulled out a tough, 6-4, 7-5 victory at third doubles for Penncrest.

Garnet Valley 7, Springfield 0: Marina Zhang, Emma Blake and Stella Chen swept the singles for the Jaguars without losing a game.

Conestoga 6, Marple Newtown 1: All-Delco Rylee Power became the first Marple Newtown player to score a win over Conestoga in quite some time with a 6-4, 6-4 victory at first singles.

In the Del Val League:

Chichester 4, Penn Wood 1: Vanessa Kobchenko, Ella Bucalov and Brianna Cronin showed the way for the Eagles (3-1) with straight sets wins at first, second and third singles, respectively.

Alexis Williams and Edna Bonsu were 6-2, 6-3 winners at second doubles for Penn Wood.

Academy Park 3, Chester 2: Lattana Sithara (first singles), Vicky Outland (second singles), and Amy Pham and Shani Lee (second doubles) all won in straight sets to keep the Knights (5-2, 4-0) undefeated in the league. Outland is unbeaten at second singles.

Deray Jones (third singles) and LaTaezya Watson and Aya Salim (first doubles) were the winners for Chester.

In nonleague action:

Notre Dame 5, Friends’ Central 2: Meredith Hughes and Anne Marie Crinnion won in straight sets at second and third singles to help the Irish (5-0) get off to the best start in program history. Caroline Mackay and Audrey Hart needed three sets to win at first doubles. Mackenzie Kennedy and Darby Smith did the same at fourth doubles.

Abington Friends 5, Barrack Hebrew 0: Talia Raiken lost a tough, three-set decision at first singles for the Cougars.

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