Unionville and West Chester Henderson won their quarterfinal matches in the PIAA Class AAA girls tennis team playoffs on Friday at Hershey Racquet Club.

Unionville blanked Abington Heights, 5-0, and Henderson shut out Hollidaysburg, 5-0.

Unionville did not drop a set as Zaina Zaki won 6-1, 6-2 at the top singles spot, Allie Lane won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 2 singles, and Sophie Wilks prevailed 6-1, 6-0 at the third singles position.

Elise Eginton and Kaitlyn Russell had to work hard for a 7-5, 7-6 (3) decision at first doubles, while Amy Eginton and Victoria Soltysiak earned a 6-1, 7-5 victory at second doubles.

The Indians will face District 1 champion Methacton in today's semifinal match scheduled for noon.

Henderson moved into the semifinals against District 7 champion North Allegheny, set for today at 1:30 p.m.

Emma Clark (6-3, 4-6, 10-5), Annelise Couderc (6-1, 6-1) and Katie Gergel (6-0, 6-0) notched the singles victories.

Amanda Baxter and Julianne Rodgers (6-2, 2-6, 6-1), along with Tory Gasho and Brynn Jones (6-0, 6-0) were the doubles winners.

Hollidaysburg was the District 6 champion.

The championship match is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.North Allegheny 3, Conestoga 2: Conestoga's season came to an end with the tough loss to District 7 champion North Allegheny in the PIAA Class AAA quarterfinals at Hershey Racquet Club.

Conestoga won both doubles matches. Lauren Ge and Kaylee Yan prevailed 6-4, 6-2 at the first position, while Lindsey Taaffe and Kaja Michel hammered out a 6-2, 2-6, 6-4 decision at the No. 2 spot.

North Allegheny swept the three singles matches, two of them in three sets.

The No. 1 singles match came down to a third-set tiebreaker where Maddy Adams won 6-4, 5-7, 7-6 (4).

Anna Li rallied for a 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 win at second singles, and Tina Li won 6-0, 6-0 at third singles.

Field HockeyHatboro-Horsham 1, Downingtown West 0: Downingtown West exerted plenty of offensive pressure, but the Whippets still fell in the District 1 Class AAA quarterfinal match.

Hatboro's Casey Swezey scored at 25:26 of the second half for the only goal of the game.

Downingtown West, seeded sixth, had 12 penalty corners to three for 14th-seeded Hatboro.

Jackie Lutza played a strong game at midfield.

Downingtown West will host Council Rock South in a consolation match on Wednesday. The winner clinches a state playoff berth.

Hatboro-Horsham 0 1 -- 1

Downingtown West 0 0 -- 0Hatboro goal: Swezey.

Goalie Saves: Braunenell (H) 3; Fabry (DW) 4.

Owen J. Roberts 4, Conestoga 2: Meghan Connors and Nicole Bodo scored the goals for fifth-seeded Conestoga in the District 1 Class AAA quarterfinal playoff match.

Owen J., seeded fourth, scored three goals in the second half.

Conestoga will try to earn a state playoff spot when it hosts eighth-seeded Central Bucks West in a consolation match on Wednesday.

Conestoga 2 0 -- 2

O.J. Roberts 1 3 -- 4Conestoga goals: Connors, Bodo.

O.J. Roberts goals: Karcewski 2, Mullen, Christman.

Goalie saves: Johnson (C) 11; Tamburro (OJ) 2, Mooney (OJ) 3.

Water PoloMalvern Prep 6, Penn Charter 4: Malvern Prep clinched at least a share of the Inter-Ac League championship with the impressive win over two-time defending champ Penn Charter.

Jeff Hagen led the Friars (7-1, 17-7) with four goals and one assist. Magnus Sims netted the go-ahead goal, and Dan McGlinn scored the insurance goal.

Pat Coffey was outstanding in goal with 13 saves. The Friars played solid team defense and shut down Penn Charter's powerful attack.

Penn Charter, which has won 10 of the last 13 league titles, must beat Germantown Academy in its final match to share the crown with Malvern.

Boys SoccerWesttown 6, Friends Select 0: Jared Marshall had two goals and two assists to lead the Quakers (12-4) to the Friends League victory. Dylan Gray had a goal and an assist.

Friends Select 0 0--0

Westtown 6 0--6

Westtown goals: Marshall 2, Gray, Desousa, Petit, Habelink.

Goalie Saves: Zheng (FS) 1; Panpake (W) 1.

Malvern Prep 1, Germantown Academy 1: Malvern Prep (1-4-2, 5-9-3) had to settle for the Inter-Ac League tie as both teams scored first-half goals.

Germantown Academy took a 1-0 lead, but Malvern tied it on a goal by John Heller off a Tripp Traynor assist in the 29th minute.

Traynor, Dave Bettenhausen, Mike Narzikul and Jason McLarney were solid all day defensively for the Friars.

Malvern Prep 1 0 0 0 -- 1

Germantown Academy 1 0 0 0 -- 1 Malvern Prep goal: Heller.

Germantown Academy goal: Komitzky.

Goalie saves: Pina (MP) 4; David (GA) 6.

Ice HockeyRoman Catholic 4, Bishop Shanahan 1: Joseph Moran scored off a Patrick Folan assist for Bishop Shanahan's lone goal in the nonleague game.

Girls Ice HockeyDowningtown West 4, W.C. East 2: Libby Barbato scored the final two goals of the game to lift Downingtown West in the ICSHL victory.

Barbato scored off an Emily Diehl assist 6:46 into the third period to make it 3-2, and added an empty-net goal late.

Diehl and Delaney Carle scored the other Downingtown West goals. Carle added an assist.

Erin Bonner netted a pair of goals for West Chester East.Bishop Shanahan 6, Avon Grove 2: Haley Reid scored a goal and handed out two assists for Bishop Shanahan in the ICSHL win.

Casey Rubin, Alexa Gilligan, Danielle Higbee, Grace Kane, and Mikaila Rubin were Shanahan's other goal scorers.

Avon Grove's goal scorers were Erika Propst and Heidi Hunter.Unionville 5, Downingtown East 4: Catherine Ward's goal early in the third period turned out to be the game-winner in the ICSHL game.

Kaitlyn Anderson scored a pair of goals for Unionville, while Jordan Hagerty and Hannah Close both had one goal.

Sarah O'Neill and Laela DeFillipo both finished with three assists.

For Downingtown East, Katie Stueve scored three goals and dished out an assist on a goal by Madison Beauregard.

College

Men's SoccerWest Chester 2, California (Pa.) 0: Conor Malarney scored his 10th goal of the season midway through the first half, and Tommy Ryan added an insurance goal in the 80th minute to lead West Chester in the PSAC match.

Malarney opened the scoring after he received an Alex Caplan pass in the 16th minute.

The goal moved Malarney into third place in career goal scoring with 23. He became the first Golden Rams player to score in double figures since John McGlone had 10 and Ryan Sekkes 11 in 2003.

Ryan Shultz extended his shutout streak in PSAC action to over 690 minutes, with his seventh straight clean sheet in goal for the Golden Rams (10-3-2, 8-1-1 PSAC).

West Chester has won 10 games for the first time since 2008. The Golden Rams set a record for most consecutive conference games without a loss (nine), and tied the school record of seven consecutive conference victories.

West Chester is second in the conference, two points behind Mercyhurst.

Women's SoccerCalifornia (Pa.) 1, West Chester 0: No. 6 California scored six minutes into the contest and held off a series of West Chester corner kicks late in the second half to secure the PSAC win.

The Golden Rams' (10-5. 9-5 PSAC) best chance to equalize came with four minutes remaining when a Rachel Jackson header was thwarted by a Cal defender.

Women's VolleyballWest Chester 3, Kutztown 2: Julia O'Brien notched a career-high 18 kills and tied a career best with seven blocks as West Chester rallied to take the PSAC match 25-18, 23-25, 19-25, 25-18, 15-10.

West Chester (12-12, 4-10 PSAC) moved into a tie for fifth place with Kutztown (10-15, 4-10) in the Eastern Division.

Marina Sharkey had 12 kills, and Samantha Agostini added 10 kills and 25 assists.