Unionville handed Downingtown East its first Ches-Mont League girls soccer loss with a 2-1 decision at Downingtown West on Wednesday.

Caroline Miller's goal early in the second half was the game-winner as Unionville (7-3, 8-5-1) solidified its hold on second place in the American Division.

Jillian Zubillaga scored the Indians' opening goal.

Maddie Bove, Janine Mueller, Sammi Ortiz, Nikki Ortiz, and Rachel Hughes were other standouts for Unionville. Adrianna Weber made five saves in goal.

Linnea Faccenda was the goal scorer for Downingtown East (9-1, 12-2), and Maddy Schier played a solid game defensively.

Unionville 1 1 -- 2

Downingtown East 1 0 -- 1Unionville goals: Zubillaga, Miller.

Downingtown East goals: Faccenda.

Goalie saves: Weber (U) 5; Johns (DE) 6.

Downingtown West 3, Bishop Shanahan 2: Kerri Caruso intercepted a clearing pass and scored with seven minutes left in regulation giving Downingtown West the Ches-Mont victory.

Kiya Wilson and Amanda Tredway also scored for the Whippets (8-3, 8-5-1).

Bishop Shanahan's Katie Longenderfer had tied the game with a goal early in the second half. Sidione Warnecker also scored for the Eagles (5-4-1, 6-7-1).

Downingtown West 2 1 -- 3

Bishop Shanahan 1 1 -- 2Downingtown West goals: Wilson, Tredway, Caruso.

Bishop Shanahan goals: Warnecker, Longenderfer.

Goalie saves: Yanez (DW) 5; Rodner-Tims (BS) 2.

Octorara 5, Kennett 0: Amber Stirlling and Brielle Kirk both deposited a pair of goals for Octorara (5-5, 7-7) in the Ches-Mont victory.

Macey Wetzel netted a goal, and Erin Simpson had two assists.

Brianna Balady, Michaela Ragsdale and Maggie Arriviello were other standouts for the Braves.

Kennett fell to 2-9 in the Ches-Mont.

Kennett 0 0 -- 0

Octorara 2 3 -- 5Octorara goals: Stirling 2, Kirk 2, Wetzel.

Goalie saves: Shiflet (K) 12; Carrigan (O) 7.

W.C. Rustin 4, Coatesville 0: Cait Oswald netted a game-high two goals to help lead the Golden Knights (9-1-1) to the Ches-Mont League victory.

Brooke Morgan and Mary Toner also scored for Rustin, the American Division leader. Alexa Bushey and Sam Shewman added strong games at midfield.

Coatesville (1-9) received strong play from defenders Jenn Jones and Shayne Zaplitny.

W.C. Rustin 3 1 -- 4

Coatesville 0 0 -- 0

W.C. Rustin goals: Oswald 2, Morgan, Toner.

Goalie saves: Elrod (WCR) 0; McLaughin (C) 14.

W.C. Henderson 6, Sun Valley 0: Two goals each by Liz Hart and Kailee Coonan lifted West Chester Henderson (7-3, 8-7) to the Ches-Mont victory.

Alexa Farley and Alexis Walsh added goals, and Jenna Maratea notched the shutout in goal.

Sun Valley fell to 0-11 in the league.

W.C. Henderson 5 1 -- 6

Sun Valley 0 0 -- 0W.C. Henderson goals: Hart 2, Coonan 2, Farley, Walsh.

Goalie saves: Maratea (H) 3; Hoy (SV) 5.

Avon Grove 2, Oxford 1: Goals by Rachel Fenstermacher and Annelise Fickenger propeled Avon Grove (5-6, 7-7) to the Ches-Mont victory.

Fenstermacher added an assist.

Rachel Rogevich netted the goal for Oxford (1-9 league) on a penalty kick late in the match.

Oxford 0 1 -- 1

Avon Grove 0 2 -- 2Oxford goal: Rogevich

Avon Grove goals: Fenstermacher, Fickenger.

Goalie saves: Boohar (O) 6; Cortlessa (AG) 1, Moran (AG) 1.

W.C. East 0, Great Valley 0: Carol Burgess made six saves in goal, and Marit Vike was outstanding at center back for Great Valley (4-5-1) in the Ches-Mont deadlock.

Alex Schmied made six saves in goal for West Chester East (8-2-1).

W.C. East 0 0 0 0 -- 0

Great Valley 0 0 0 0 -- 0Goalie saves: Schmied (E) 6; Burgess (GV) 6.

Boys SoccerHill School 3, Westtown 2: Sami Phelps and Ian Davies scored the goals for Westtown (8-4) in the nonleague match.

Jeremy Spiegel, Luke Frankel and Jared Marshall also played well for the Quakers.

Hill School 1 2 -- 3

Westtown 1 1 -- 2Hill School goals: Habecker 2, Quijano.

Westtown goals: Phelps, Davies.

Goalie saves: Lomire (HS) 6; Munts (W) 9.

W.C. Henderson 3, Wissahickon 2: Katie Gergel rallied to defeat Christie Cesarini 3-6, 6-0, 6-4 at third singles and send No. 5 W.C. Henderson to the state tournament with an upset win over No. 4 Wissahickon in the District 1 Class AAA team quarterfinals.

Julianne Rodgers and Amanda Baxter won 6-2, 6-0 at No. 1 doubles while Tory Gasho and Brynn Jones took No. 2 doubles 6-1, 6-3.

The Warriors (14-2) will face top-seeded Conestoga in their semifinal match scheduled for today at 2:45 p.m.

Singles

1. M. Devlin (W) def. Clark 6-0, 6-1; 2. K. Devlin (W) def. Couderc 7-5, 6-4; 3. Gergel (WCH) def. Cesarini 6-0, 6-4.

Doubles

1. Rodgers-Baxter (WCH) def. Pred-Burton 6-2, 6-0; 2. Gasho-Jones (WCH) def. Halstrom-Richman 6-1, 6-3.

Unionville 5, Abington 0: Allie Lane defeated Amirah Salin-Bay 6-4, 6-3 for a tough win at No. 2 singles as No. 2 Unionville is headed to the state tournament with a win over No. 10 Abington in their District 1 Class AAA quarterfinal match.

Zaina Zaki won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 1 singles for the Indians.

Unionville (19-0) will face No. 3 Methacton in its semifinal match scheduled for today at 2:45 p.m.

Singles

1. Zaki (U) def. Bair 6-0, 6-1; 2. Lane (U) def. Salin-Bey 6-4, 6-3; 3. Wilks (U) def. Waldner 6-1, 6-2.

Doubles

1. E. Eginton-Russell (U) def. Van Buren-Lyons 6-3, 4-6, 6-2; 2. A. Eginton-Soltyziak (U) def. Quigley-Kurtz 6-3, 3-6, 6-0.

Girls VolleyballAvon Grove 3, Great Valley 1: Avon Grove captured the Ches-Mont match 25-10, 25-23, 20-25, 25-14.

Izzy Neils had seven kills for the Red Devils (8-3 league), Allison Raff 14 kills, Jane McCann 11 kills, and Carly Banter 25 digs.

Great Valley dropped to 4-6 in the league.Bishop Shanahan 3, Cardinal O'Hara 0: Bishop Shanahan (12-2) swept the nonleague match 25-23, 25-19, 25-23.

The Eagles were led by Sam Nagy (30 digs and two aces), Audrey Rucker (two aces and nine digs), Rita Shultz (eight kills, one aces and 12 digs), and Katie Quinlan (seven kills).

Boys Cross CountryGreat Valley 15, Octorara 50: Great Valley finished its Ches-Mont American dual-meet season 6-0 with the victory.

The Patriots, who improved to 9-0 overall, took the top 14 spots, all under 18 minutes.

Matt Willig ran his best time ever on the Great Valley course and finished first on 16:26.

He was followed by Garrett Zatlin (16:46), Joe Ellis (16:49), Peter Flanagan (17:01) and Ryan Norris (17:11).

Great Valley will try to wrap up the division title in next Friday's league championship race at Unionville.

Octorara finished 0-6 in league dual meets.

1. Willig (GV) 16:26, 2. Zatlin (GV) 16:46, 3. Ellis (GV) 16:49, 4. Flanagan (GV) 17:01, 5. Norris (GV) 17:11, 6. Marano (GV) 17:16, 7. Doran (GV) 17:18, 8. Almonte (GV) 17:22, 9. Bravo (GV) 17:40, 10. Warner (GV) 17:43.

Avon Grove 16, Oxford 47: Josh Smith crossed the finish line first with a time of 16:52 to lead Avon Grove in a nonleague win over Oxford.

Nate Howard finished second in 17:04 and Jake Ilgenfritz third in 17:17 for the Red Devils.

Bryant Wilson led the Hornets with a time of 18:09 to finish fifth.

1. Smith, AG, 16:52; 2. Howard, AG, 17:04; 3. Ilgenfritz, AG, 17:17; 4. Wheeler, AG, 17:42; 5. Wilson, O, 18:09; 6. Medane, AG, 18:11; 7. Jaquett, AG, 18:12; 8. Budd, AG, 18:14; 9 Waters, AG, 18;29; 10. O'Haire, 18:36.

Girls Cross CountryGreat Valley 16, Octorara 47: Elise Claffey finished first in 19:17 to lead Great Valley (5-1, 8-1) in the Ches-Mont American Division meet.

Anna Willig was second (19:39), Sarah Hipwell third (19:50) and Tabitha Wismer fourth (19:59) for the Patriots, who took eight of the top 10 spots.

Caroline Stickley was fifth for Octorara (1-5 league) in 21:10.

1. Claffey (GV) 19:17, 2. Willig (GV) 19:39, 3. Hipwell (GV) 19:50, 4. Wismer (GV) 19:59, 5. Stickley (O) 21:10, 6. Quinn (GV) 21:15, 7. Lelito (GV) 21:39, 8. Kelley (GV) 21:43, 9. Meehan (GV) 21:44, 10. Cassidy (O) 22:01.

Avon Grove 21, Oxford 35: Emily Castle had the course's fastest time this season at 19:52 to lead Avon Grove over Oxford in a nonleague race.

Caroline Keegan finished second for the Red Devils in 20:04.

Olivia Quinci led the Hornets with a time of 20:24 to finish fourth.

1. Castle, AG, 19:52; 2. Keegan, AG, 20:04; 3. Fickinger, AG, 20:06; 4. Quinci, O, 20:24; 5. Espes, O, 20:33; 6. Jacobs, AG, 21:02; 7. Harvey, O, 21:24; 8. Hershey, O, 21:33; 9. Smyth, AG, 21:43; 10. Knapp, AG, 21:44.

College

Field HockeyImmaculata 8, Notre Dame (Md.) 0: Immaculata opened Colonial States Athletic Conference play with its best offensive showing since 2011.

Patsy Murphy led the Mighty Macs (3-8, 1-0 CSAC) as she tallied a hat trick to bring her team-leading goal count to six on the season.

Molly Byrne and Ashley O'Donnell each tallied two goals and one assist, and Natalie Rivera finished off the scoring with a goal.Women's TennisBryn Mawr 6, Immaculata 2: Immaculata (7-7) fell in the nonleague match despite freshman Lauren Degnan's win at first singles. She won a 10-8 tiebreak after splitting the first two sets.

Annaliese Kambouroglos and Pattie McGinley prevailed 8-6 at third doubles and improved to 7-1 on the season.

Men's SoccerCentenary 1, Immaculata 0: Immaculata played a solid match but fell in Colonial States Athletic Conference action.

Centenary's Luis Marin scored the winning goal in the 72nd minute.

T.J. Jappah and Luke Santoni both had four shots for Immaculata, and goalkeeper Joseph Lubonski made eight saves.