West Chester Henderson's Tony Russell finished first in the Manhattan Invitational Eastern States boys cross country race on Saturday.

Russell covered the 2.5-mile Van Cortlandt Park course in 12:20.0, the 13th fastest time ever on the course. He edged Bruce Millar of Fayetteville who took second in 12:21.1.

Henderson placed fourth in the team competition with 168 points. Christian Brothers Academy, the top-ranked team in the country, was first (90 points).

Reiny Barchet was 26th (12:55.8) for Henderson, Alex Knapp 33rd (12:59.0), Ricky Waltz 53rd (13:22.1), and Seamus Collins 55th (13:22.9).

Downingtown West finished 17th as Drew Alansky placed 87th (13:45.6), Ryan Barton 89th (13:46.7), Henry Sappey 95th (13:49.6), Ryan Mucha 98th (13:51.9) and Jason White 99th (13:52.7).

Girls Cross CountryManhattan Invitational: Courtney Smith led Unionville to a first-place finish in the 2.5-mile Eastern States race at Van Cortlandt Park.

Smith placed third in 14:26.0 as the Indians (89 points) edged Fayetteville-Manlius (92).

Olivia Young finished sixth (14:40.4), Kacie Breeding 16th (15:07.5), Elizabeth Edwards 29th (15:26.8) and Emily Fisher 35th (15:35.7).

Downingtown West took 10th place in the team competition as Aislinn Devlin was 12th (15:01.4), Michelle Myland 57th (16:04.1), Tabitha Loftus 77th (16:23.2), Brenna McNamee 83rd (16:26.5) and Hailey Barnhill 84th (16:26.8).


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West Chester Henderson finished seventh in the Varsity B race behind Laurel Sutherland (19th in 16:03.3), Taylor Kitchen (24th in 16:06.9), Maddie Bixler (51st in 16:46.7), Katrina Potthoff (66th in 17:11.3) and Katie Alexander (76th in 17:17.9).

Girls TennisCentral League Doubles Tournament: Conestoga's Lauren Banner and Lipika Gadila captured the championship with a three-set win in the final.

They lost the first set, but came back for a 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 decision.

Teammates Kaylee Yan and Lauren Ge won the third-place consolation match in three sets.

Both teams advanced to the District 1 Class AAA tournament starting Wednesday at Legacy Tennis Center.

Quarterfinals

White-Rubenstein (Harriton) def. Lin-Song (Radnor), 6-1, default.

Semifinals

Banner-Gadila (Conestoga) def. Power-Clancy (Marple Newtown), 6-2, 6-2; White-Rubenstein (Harriton) def. Yan-Ge (Conestoga), 6-4, 6-4.

Championship

Banner-Gadila (Conestoga) def. White-Rubenstein (Harriton), 2-6, 6-3, 6-4.

Third-Place Consolation

Yan-Ge (Conestoga) def. Power-Clancy (Marple Newtown), 6-1, 6-7 (4), 6-4.

Fifth-Place Consolation

Srivastava-Chandra (Garnet Valley) def. Updike-Movsowitz (Radnor), 4-6, 6-2, 7-6 (5).

Seventh-Place Consolation

Lin-Song (Radnor) def. Seligsohn-Wakeley (Lower Merion), 7-6 (4), 7-5.

Ches-Mont American Doubles Tournament: Unionville's top-seeded Allie Lane and Victoria Soltysiak made it to the championship round after Saturday's matches at Granite Run Tennis Center.

Lane and Soltysiak advanced with a three-set win over West Chester Rustin's Jessica Moore and Megan Moore in the semifinals.

Second-seeded Brinley Bartlett and Torey Powers of Great Valley also advanced to the finals with a straight-set win over Unionville's Elise Eginton and Kaitlyn Russell in the semifinals.

The championship and consolation matches will be played today at Kennett Square Golf & Country Club at 12:30 p.m.

Second Round

Lane-Soltysiak (Unionville) def. Busco-Charlton (Oxford) by forfeit; Zeng-Heyde (Great Valley) def. Haas-Bontrager (Kennett) 8-1; J. Moore-M. Moore (W.C. Rustin) def. B. Graber-D. Graber (Octorara) 8-4; Lomboy-Gallagher (Octorara) def. Zajac-Schlosberg (W.C. Rustin) 8-4; E. Eginton-Russell (Unionville) def. An Bortle-Av. Bortle (Octorara) 8-0; Meehan-Luo (Great Valley) def. Rasero-Battalora (Kennett) 8-6; Russo-A. Eginton (Unionville) def. Marcus-Obosnenko (W.C. Rustin) 8-3; Bartlett-Powers (Great Valley) def. Geller-Rossi (Kennett) 8-2.

Quarterfinals

Lane-Soltysiak (Unionville) def. Zeng-Heyde (Great Valley) 6-2, 6-0; J. Moore-M. Moore (W.C. Rustin) def. Lomboy-Gallagher (Octorara) 6-4, 6-2; E. Eginton-Russell (Unionville) def. Meehan-Luo (Great Valley) 6-1, 6-0; Bartlett-Powers (Great Valley) def. Russo-A. Eginton (Unionville) 6-1, 6-4.

Semifinals

Lane-Soltysiak (Unionville) def. J. Moore-M. Moore (W.C. Rustin) 6-1, 4-6, 6-4; Bartlett-Powers (Great Valley) def. E. Eginton-Russell (Unionville) 6-3, 6-0.

Championship Pairing

Lane-Soltysiak (Unionville) vs. Bartlett-Powers (Great Valley).

Consolation Pairing

J. Moore-M. Moore (W.C. Rustin) vs. E. Eginton-Russell (Unionville).

Ches-Mont National Doubles Tournament: Two West Chester Henderson teams advanced to the semifinals after Saturday's matches at Henderson.

Second-seeded Katie Gergel and Annelise Couderc won their two matches in straight sets, along with third-seeded Emma Clark and Harshita Palegar.

Top-seeded Payton Bradley and Grace Li Terramin of Downingtown West also made it to the semifinals, although they went three-sets in the quarterfinals.

Avon Grove's seventh-seeded Madison Smith and Abby Longen advanced with a three-set win in the quarterfinals over fourth-seeded Noelle Eghbali and Amber Davies of Downingtown East.

The semifinals are slated for West Chester Henderson today at noon with the finals to follow.

First Round

Martin-Robinson (W.C. East) def. Marvel-Schoen (Avon Grove) 6-2, 7-5; Gasho-Jones (W.C. Henderson) def. Freeth-Brown (Bishop Shanahan) 6-1, 6-1; Long-Alshefski (Downingtown East) def. McGarry-Phandinh (Bishop Shanahan) 6-1, 6-3; Lucky-Hartman (W.C. East) def. Frame-Lee (Coatesville) 6-3, 6-3; Norton-Clark (Bishop Shanahan) def. Does-Vipperla (Downingtown East) 6-2, 6-1; DiGiovanni-Morgioni (W.C. East) def. Hardy-Brown (Coatesville) 6-1, 6-2; Smith-Longen (Avon Grove) def. Jo. Jackson-Ja. Jackson (Coatesville) 6-1, 6-1; Chandler-Kish (Avon Grove) def. Domsohn-Ling (Coatesville) 6-4, 6-3; Phillips-DiValerio (Bishop Shanahan) def. Ochsner-Stein (Downingtown East) 6-3, 3-6 (11-9); Nguyen-Straub (W.C. East) def. Scheiler-Casteels (Downingtown West) 6-1, 6-4; Levy-Larkin (Avon Grove) def. Alec-Habich (Downingtown West) by forfeit.

Second Round

Bradley-Terramin (Downingtown West) def. Martin-Robinson (W.C. East) 6-1, 6-1; Gasho-Jones (W.C. Henderson) def. Long-Alshefski (Downingtown East) 6-1, 6-1; Clark-Palegar (W.C. Henderson) def. Lucky-Hartman (W.C. East) 6-0, 6-0; Rodgers-Baxter (W.C. Henderson) def. Norton-Clark (Bishop Shanahan) 6-1, 6-0; Smith-Longen (Avon Grove) def. DiGiovanni-Morgioni (W.C. East) 6-0, 6-0; Eghbali-Davies (Downingtown East) def. Chandler-Kish (Avon Grove) 6-1, 6-1; Nguyen-Straub (W.C. East) def. Phillips-DiValerio (Bishop Shanahan) 6-3, 7-5; Gergel-Couderc (W.C. Henderson) def. Levy-Larkin (Avon Grove) 6-0, 6-0.

Quarterfinals

Bradley-Terramin (Downingtown West) def. Gasho-Jones (W.C. Henderson) 6-0, 6-7 (6), 6-4; Clark-Palegar (W.C. Henderson) def. Rodgers-Baxter (W.C. Henderson) 6-2, 6-4; Smith-Longen (Avon Grove) def. Eghbali-Davies (Downingtown East) 5-7, 6-3, 6-3; Gergel-Couderc (W.C. Henderson) def. Nguyen-Straub (W.C. East) 6-2, 7-5.

Semifinal Pairings

Bradley-Terramin (Downingtown West) vs. Clark-Palegar (W.C. Henderson); Smith-Longen (Avon Grove) vs. Gergel-Couderc (W.C. Henderson).

Boys SoccerConestoga 1, Unionville 0: Conestoga won the nonleague game on Mason Sellig's second-half goal. Sellig scored from 25 yards out after a Conestoga throw-in.

Will Smith made five saves in the shutout.

Evan Dwyer and Brian Cortese were defensive standouts for Unionville (9-4-3).

Unionville 0 0 -- 0

Conestoga 0 1 -- 1Conestoga goal: Mason Sellig.

Goalie saves: Shafer (U) 5; Smith (C) 5.

Malvern Prep 1, Penn Charter 1: Tripp Traynor scored on a header off Jason McLarney's corner kick, but Malvern Prep (0-2-1, 4-7-2) had to settle for the Inter-Ac tie.

The Friars had several other good scoring chances but came up just short.

Penn Charter 0 1 0 0 -- 1

Malvern Prep 1 0 0 0 -- 1Penn Charter goal: Ciarrocchi.

Malvern Prep goal: T. Traynor.

Goalie saves: Pagan (PC) 2; Pina (MP) 2.

Girls SoccerBishop Shanahan 2, Kennett 1: Bishop Shanahan scored twice in the second half and edged Kennett in the Ches-Mont match.

Marie Bray scored the first goal for Shanahan (7-4-1, 8-7-1), but Katie Spence tied it for Kennett (2-10 league).

Shanahan took the lead for good a short time later when Allie Broomall scored off a Lauren Smith assist.

Kennett 0 1 -- 1

Bishop Shanahan 0 2 -- 2Kennett goal: Spence.

Bishop Shanahan goals: Bray, Broomall.

Goalie saves: Shiflet (K) 4; Rodner-Tims (BS) 2,

Field HockeyUnionville 5, Perkiomen Valley 4: Rachel Stafford's goal off a corner with time expired gave Unionville the dramatic nonleague victory. Taylor Denton had the assist.

Stafford netted three goals in the game, and Denton had three assists.

Victoria Latham and Logan Perkins also scored goals, and Emily Anderson had an assist.

Perkiomen Valley 0 4 -- 4

Unionville 4 1 -- 5Perk Valley goals: Hamm 2, Shelton, Womack.

Unionville goals: Rachel Stafford 3, Latham, Perkins.

Goalie saves: Handshaw (PV) 2, Wesley (PV) 1; O'Neill (U) 6, Lerman (U) 0.

W.C. East 2, Garnet Valley 0: Goals by Maddy Lewis and Lauren Zimmerman lifted West Chester East (13-4) in the nonleague match.

Lewis scored in the first half, and Zimmerman netted her goal with less than two minutes left in the second half.

Hannah Erfle notched an assist and played a strong game defensively. Lexi Barbacane made 11 saves in the shutout.

Garnet Valley 0 0 -- 0

W.C. East 1 1 -- 2W.C. East goals: Lewis, Zimmerman.

Goalie saves: Valerio (GV) 11; Barbacane (E) 11.

Water PoloMalvern Prep 10, Haverford School 7: Malvern Prep (4-1, 14-7) won the Inter-Ac League match as Pat Coffey made 14 saves in goal.

Jeff Hagen and Dan McGlinn both scored two goals. McGlinn also had three assists and four steals.

Magnus Sims scored two goals, while Erik Dresden, Alex Yablonski, Peter Calvaresi and Luke Bushner all had one.

College

Men's SoccerWest Chester 2, Millersville 0: Conor Malarney netted two goals in four minutes to lead West Chester in the pivotal Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference win over No. 22 Millersville.

The Golden Rams (6-3-2, 5-1-1 PSAC) moved into first place in the conference, and handed Millersville (7-3-1, 4-1 PSAC) its first league loss of the season.

Malarney, a West Chester Rustin graduate, scored in the 81st minute.

The Golden Rams made it 2-0 off a corner four minutes later. Unionville graduate Kevin McCann's shot was saved at point blank range, but the rebound went right to Malarney who headed it in for his eighth goal of the year.

Ryan Shultz made five saves for the shutout.Keystone 3, Immaculata 2, 2 OT: Keystone College scored the game-winning goal two minutes into the second overtime.

Tyler Budgick and Patrick Friend scored the goals for Immaculata.Field HockeyImmaculata 7, Cedar Crest 2: Ashley O'Donnell scored three goals to lead Immaculata (2-0, 4-8) in the Colonial States Athletic Conference win.

Natalie Rivera scored twice, while Molly Byrne and Patsy Murphy had one goal each.Women's SoccerMillersville 1, West Chester 0: West Chester's seven-game winning streak ended in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference match.

West Chester (8-4, 7-4 PSAC) was held scoreless for the second year in a row against Millersville. The Marauders (6-5-1, 5-4-1 PSAC) stopped their losing streak at five.

Millersville scored in the 58th minute when Elizabeth Waite fired a one-time shot into the lower left corner.Immaculata 1, Marywood 0: Immaculata knocked off the defending Colonial States Athletic Conference champion when freshman Erica Buckley scored in the 37th minute.

Carly Mirarchi assisted on the game-winner, and Meghan McCurnin picked up her second shutout of the season in goal. Women's VolleyballBaptist Bible 3, Immaculata 2: Immaculata rallied from a 2-0 deficit, but Baptist Bible took the Colonial States Athletic Conference match 25-21, 25-17, 19-25, 22-25, 15-11.

The Mighty Macs slipped to 6-13 overall and 2-5 in the league.

Immaculata was led by 11 kills, 17 digs and four service aces from Jamie Rombach.

Andrea Okoro had nine kills and two blocks. Alexandra Okoro and Rebecca McDonald each totaled eight kills, and McDonald added 10 digs and three service aces.

Brittany Thompson had 21 assists and 13 digs, Maranda Jones 18 assists and 14 digs, and Molly Truit 25 digs.