CONESTOGA 14, MARPLE NEWTOWN 4 >> Liz Scott led the way with three goals as the Pioneers (7-0) stayed unbeaten with the Central League victory. Sondra Dickey, Monica Borzillo and Tessa Kerin had two goals apiece.
Marple Newtown 3 1 – 4
Conestoga 7 7 – 14
Marple Newtown goals: Lynch 2, Horn, Ritchie.
Conestoga goals: Dickey 3, Borzillio 2, Kerin 2, Loose, Ashton, Gladden, Eaton, Sweeney.
Goalie saves: Marple Newtown not available; Horning (C) 1, Frascella (C) 4.
GREAT VALLEY 16, WEST CHESTER RUSTIN 3 >> Ashlyn Smith scored five goals and Olivia Muscella four as the Patriots (3-0) recorded the Ches-Mont victory.
Tori St. Clair, Michelle Chessock and Toti Cugini scored for the Golden Knights.
Great Valley 8 8 – 16
W.C. Rustin 2 1 – 3
Great Valley goals: Smith 5, Muscella 4, Aker 3, Hughes 2, Kahn, Knaff.
W.C. Rustin goals: T. St. Clair, Cugini, Chessock.
WEST CHESTER EAST 15, COATESVILLE 5 >> Shannon Moore had six goals and Cami Luidens added five as the Vikings (2-2, 5-5) posted the Ches-Mont win.
Erin Boulger notched four goals for the Red Raiders.
Coatesville 3 2 – 5
W.C. East 5 10 – 15
Coatesville goals: Boulger 4, Moscarelli.
W.C. East goals: Moore 6, Luidens 5, Daley, Smiley, Heard, Godshall.
Goalie saves: Moscarelli (C) 25; Francisco (WCE) 12.
UNIONVILLE 12, DOWNINGTOWN WEST 5 >> Erin Garvey netted six goals as the Indians (4-0) notched the Ches-Mont victory. Annie McDonough and Veronica Hineman had a pair of goals each.
Downingtown West 4 1 – 5
Unionville 10 2 – 12
Downingtown West goals: McFall, Herman, Mattice, Bedverick, Kooper.
Unionville goals: Garvey 6, McDonough 2, Hineman 2, Malone, Carlow.
Goalie saves: Downingtown West not available; Doucette (U) 11.
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