Linnea Hughes scored a game-high four goals to lead Great Valley to a 9-8 victory over Garnet Valley in a battle of two of the top teams in District 1 girls lacrosse Saturday afternoon.
The Patriots (12-3) entered the contest as the No. 4 seed in the District 1 power rankings while Garnet Valley (13-3) entered as No. 2.
Ashlyn Smith had two goals and two assists for Great valley while Olivia Muscella added three goals. Natalie Kahn had two assists.
Mia Tornetta had 13 saves in the win.
Garnet Valley 3 5 – 8
Great Valley 4 5 – 9
Garnet Valley goals: Mathewson 4, Nealon 2, McNeal, Delaney.
Great Valley goals: Hughes 4, Muscella 3, Smith 2.
Goalie saves: Kinnee (GV) 4, Tornetta (GV) 13.
Strath Haven 13, West Chester Rustin 9 >> Ashley Chisholm led the Golden Knights with three goals in the nonleague loss.
Michelle Chessock and Sky Demis had two goals while Kyle Videon had one.
Strath Haven 6 7 – 13
W.C. Rustin 3 6 – 9
Strath Haven goals: McNeely 5, Hatham 2, Rowan 2, Ruffini 2.
W.C. Rustin goals: Chisholm 3, Chessock 2, Demis 2, Videon.
Goalie saves: Strath Haven, not available; West Chester Rustin, not available.
Spring-Ford 9, Downingtown East 5 >> Jack Mulcahy scored three goals as the Cougars (8-8) fell to the Rams (17-1) in a nonleague affair.
Mulcahy has 26 goals this season which leads East. Brooks Poli had two assists in the loss.
Brian Dignen and Reilly Seal also scored.
Spring-Ford 2 2 3 2- 9
Downingtown East 1 0 1 3- 5
Spring-Ford goals: Not available.
Downingtown East goals: Mulcahy 3, Dignen, Seal.
Goalie saves: Spring-Ford, not available, Wilson (DE) 12.
Conestoga 12, Owen J. Roberts 8 >> Tommy Sopko eclipsed the 30-goal mark for the season as the Pioneers (11-5) upended the Wildcats (12-5) in nonleague action.
Sopko finished with two goals on the day and has 31 on the season.
Brant Pittman led Conestoga with three goals and Tate Kienzle finished with a goal and two assists.
Conestoga 5 4 1 2- 12
Owen J. Roberts 0 2 2 4- 8
Conestoga goals: Pittman 3, Sopko 2, Gregory 2, Kienzle, Berg, Alexander, Cara, Snyder.
Owen J. Roberts goals: Not available.
Goalie saves: Cepelik (C) 9, Pecci (C) 3; Owen J. Roberts, not available.
West Chester Henderson 7, Penncrest 6 >> Cody Pascale had two goals and two assists as the Warriors (10-4) upset the Lions in a nonleague contest.
Jason DePhillips had two goals and an assist for Henderson. Nick Mascetti, Brendon Moyer and Archer Rymiszewski also scored.
Kyle Dampman had 12 saves.
W.C. Henderson 1 2 3 1- 7
Penncrest 4 1 1 0- 6
W.C. Henderson goals: Pascale 2, DePhillips 2, Mascetti, Moyer, Rymiszewski.
Penncrest goals: Not available.
Goalie saves: Dampman (WCH) 11, Penncrest, not available.
West Chester Rustin 12, Hempfield 5 >> Kip McGuire scored five goals as the Golden Knights trounced Hempfield in the nonleague game.
McGuire leads Rustin with 43 goals on the season.
Tommy McGuane had two goals and three assists in the win. Cal MacKenzie finished with two goals and Kyle Mullin had 15 saves. Shawn Diggin had two assists.
Hempfield 2 1 2 0- 5
W.C. Rustin 1 4 5 2- 0
Hempfield goals: Not available.
W.C. Rustin goals: McGuire 5, McGuane 2, MacKenzie 2, Durant, Perko, Amicone.
Goalie saves: Hempfield: Not available; Mullin (WCR) 15.
Ches-Mont National Division Doubles Championship >> West Chester East’s Will Delaney and Justin Aksu clinched the Ches-Mont National Doubles title with a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Downingtown East’s Dylan Dunkelberger and Jay Pendyla Saturday.
West Chester Henderson’s Matt Crawford and Blake Baxter finished third, defeating Brett Graybill and Dylan McKay in the consolation match 6-1, 6-2.
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