8 Before 8: Monday’s Biggest Highlights

[dropcap]1[/dropcap] Ridley’s Catona pushes through death of his mom to finish incredible season


[dropcap]2[/dropcap] Spring-Ford’s Pascual becomes first three-time PAC singles champion

GRATERFORD >> Tournament director John Brennan, who is also the Spring-Ford High School boys tennis head coach, termed Monday afternoon’s PAC-10 Singles Tournament championship match the finest one he had ever witnessed during his 12-year tenure at the helm.

The championship match was a rematch between Spring-Ford’s Patrick Pascual and Perkiomen Valley’s Luke Pain. The exciting match lasted three sets with Pascual emerging with the victory and his third consecutive conference singles title with a 6-1, 4-6, 6-4 victory over PV’s Pain at the Perkiomen Valley High School courts.


[dropcap]3[/dropcap] Luckner’s heroics lead West Chester East to walk-off win


[dropcap]4[/dropcap] Springfield’s DePietro finds redemption with walk-off home run

Monday was shaping up to be a frustrating afternoon for Springfield All-Delco Tori DePietro.

It turned out to be the exact opposite.


[dropcap]5[/dropcap] Balint’s one-hitter keeps Avon Grove in first


[dropcap]6[/dropcap]  ‘Dog’ mentality pushes Archbishop Wood past La Salle

From the moment the Archbishop Wood baseball team arrived at La Salle College High School Monday afternoon, it was full of energy. Chanting could be heard from the team bus across the parking lot and players could not wait to get onto the field.

That energy continued over the next three hours as the Vikings handled previously unbeaten La Salle, 9-2, to create a tie atop the Philadelphia Catholic League standings with both teams sporting matching 6-1 records.


[dropcap]7[/dropcap] Cinti’s double lifts Spring-Ford past PV, 5-2


[dropcap]8[/dropcap] Macioek’s 5 RBIs lead Agnes Irwin to easy win


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