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Delco Roundup: Henrich pitches no-no as Bonner-Prendie stays perfect

Kevin Henrich allowed no hits over five innings while striking out 10 batters on Wednesday and Harry Carr had two hits and knocked in three runs as Bonner-Prendie’s baseball crew, on the strength of an 11-run second inning, blew past Archbishop Ryan, 12-0.

Kevin McGonigle had a hit, RBI and two runs scored for the Friars (10-0, 8-0 Catholic League). Henrich helped himself with two doubles and two RBIs.

Elsewhere in the Catholic League:

La Salle 6, Cardinal O’Hara 4 >>  Brandon Fanelli, Frank Didio, Mark Zecaa, Kyle Calderaro, and Brenden Till all had hits for the Lions, who lost in eight innings. Till executed a suicide squeeze in the seventh to force extra innings.

In the Central League:

Strath Haven 4, Conestoga 2 >> Back to back doubles by Sam Milligan and Alex Pak in the bottom of the fifth inning keyed a three-run rally as the Panthers defeated the Pioneers.

Pak went the seven-inning distance, allowing two runs, only one of them earned, and scattering five hits while striking out six Pioneers. The Panthers touched up Conestoga starter Jack Nudy for four runs on five hits, Nudy allowing four walks.

Lucas Schiff had two hits for the Pioneers.

Radnor 4, Lower Merion 0 >> Coming off a no-hitter in his last start, Will Reger fired a two-hit shutout with six strikeouts for the Raptors (5-6, 4-5). Jack Pachella crushed a home run and was a triple short of the cycle. Jude Wallin added an RBI single for Radnor.

Springfield 9, Haverford 1 >> Cody Grande led a balanced Cougars offense with two hits and two RBIs. Matt Bean was 2-for-3 with a run scored and Jake Carlin had a hit and an RBI. Joey Little worked three walks and scored a pair of runs. Jack Morrissey pitched four solid frames to earn the victory.

Nick Colucci was 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Fords.

Marple Newtown 14, Upper Darby 2 >> Justin Brennan had a four-hit game to carry the Tigers over the Royals. Owen Mathes and Dom Carafa both homered. Starting pitcher Jimmy Wigo struck out six over 3.1 innings.

In the Inter-Ac League:

Episcopal Academy 7, Haverford School 6 >> After the game was suspended Tuesday after 10 innings due to darkness, the Churchmen won it in the bottom of the 11th when Jake Fant worked a bases-loaded walk, scoring Jack Gallagher. Jack Hurda and TJ Cadden supplied two hits apiece for EA. Jake Jaszcz threw two innings in relief, spanning two days, to get the win.

Colby McNeely belted a two-run homer for the Fords.

Girls Lacrosse

Gbby Rizzio and Erin DeStefano had three goals apiece and Jacklyn Guille, Maddy Kane and Mia Valerio had a pair of goals each as Springfield beat Haverford 17-5 late Tuesday night.

The Cougars improved to 11-3 (5-2 Central) with the defensive help of Liv Gutowski, Kara Clark and Anabel Kreydt.

Hillary Elsner had two goals for the Fords; Springfield’s Madison McBride made five saves to eight saves by Haverford’s Rory Turner.

Conestoga 17, Penncrest 7 >> Kate Stanton had four goals, five draw controls and two ground balls to lead the way for the Lions. Annalynn Pompetti, Kathryn Harding and Cara Childs had the other goals.

Sophia Pasnak had five saves in the Penncrest net.

Cardinal O’Hara 18, Arch. Wood 2 >> Claire Natoli, Lexi Culp and Mia Scarduzio all had three goals and Ellie Miller contributed five assists and a goal to lead the Lions Tuesday night.

Maddie Sharkey, Lily Marquis and Honor Breen had two goals each.

Cardinal O’Hara 22, Bonner-Prendie 3 >> Claire Natoli scored four goals and four assists, and had four draw controls, while Alexa Ferriaiola also had four goals to lead the Lions on Wednesday.

Ellie Miller, Lexi Culp and Mia Scarduzio had three goals apiece. Mime Shallow made 8 saves in goal for the Pandas.

Boys Lacrosse

Dillon DiBattista scored three goals and Thomas Longo and Mike Kutufaris (nine ground balls) also scored but Cardinal O’Hara fell hard to St. Joseph’s Prep, 18-5.

Cup had eight wins in the X while goalie Joe D’Amico saved 11 shots.

In a Central League game late Tuesday:

Garnet Valley 18, Upper Darby 2 >> Kai Lopez, Luke Migioni, Kevin Green and Nick Ramaniello scored twice each, and were among 14 different Jaguars to score.

Sam DiTrolio was perfect in 13 faceoffs, Kai Lopez went 6-for-6 there. Griffen Umstead made four saves in net for the Jags.

For Upper Darby, Tegan Maleski had two goals.

Boys Tennis

Avon Grove swept the singles then won first doubles, but Haverford won the next three doubles matches, leaving AG a 4-3 winner Wednesday.

AG was led by Joe Ingram, Jack Perlman and Garrett Morris, who all had straight-set victories over the Fords’ Justin Salvesen, Tom Huangpu and Nick Kemp, respectively.

Haverford’s Finn Cron/Kyle Bell, Connor Salvesen/Kevin Shindler and Marcelo Sanchez/Valentyn Sukhyy won their respective doubles matches.


Minah Cho and Addie Chang carded low rounds of 41 to lead Episcopal Academy to a 221-260 victory over Springside Chestnut Hill Academy.

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