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Midfield powers Sun Valley over Interboro

Once Olivia Lambert, Elizabeth Morgan and Julia Skwirut took control in the midfield, there was no stopping Sun Valley in its nonleague game at Interboro.
The strong midfield play keyed a three-goal explosion in the second half that carried the Vanguards to a 4-1 victory over the Bucs. All three goals game in a 12-minute span.
Morgan broke a 1-1 deadlock when she converted a pass from Samantha Bowen 14 minutes into the second half. Skwirut put home a pass from Morgan for a 3-1 lead and Lambert fed Ashley Hoy to close out the scoring.
Bowen scored the first goal for Sun Valley (7-6, 3-6 Ches-Mont League) with an assist from Lambert. Goalie Amy Parker made two saves. Hailey Fisher had the only goal for Interboro.
In other nonleague action:
Ridley 3, Chichester 0 >> Vicky Zielke’s cross was perfect and Rachel Smith put it home to give the Green Raiders a 1-0 lead in the first half. Rylie Butler converted a pass from Emily Cooper to put Ridley up, 2-0, at the break. Ashley Testa closed out the scoring on a penalty kick in the second half.
Lisa Gale and Sydney Zimmerman split time in goal for Ridley (4-10) and made one save each. Alayna Pezick turned in a strong defensive game for the Green Raiders.
Penncrest 1, Kennett 1 >> The game was suspended with 23:16 remaining in the game. It will be completed at 4 p.m. Monday at Penncrest. Katie Sparling scored to give the Lions a 1-0 halftime lead.
In the Bicentennial League:
Christopher Dock 2, Delco Christian 1 >> Play was stopped by lightning with 29:34 remaining in the second half. No resumption date has been set.
Alex Thompson put home a pass from Jessica Freeman at the 29-minute mark to tie the game for DC. Christopher Dock went ahead off a restart seven minutes into the second half.

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