Richie Schlentz scored early in the second overtime to give West Chester Henderson a 1-0 victory over visiting William Tennent in a District 1 Class AAA Boys Soccer consolation playback game on Tuesday.
The fifth-seeded Warriors (17-4-1) will face No. 9 Bensalem on Thursday with a berth to the state tournament on the line.
Schlentz rose up to meet a corner kick by Anthony Daniele and headed it into the back of the net.
Henderson goalie Todd Morton made three saves for the shutout.
William Tennent 0 0 0 0--0
W.C. Henderson 0 0 0 1--1W.C Henderson goal: Schlentz.
Goalie saves: Zietz (WT) 10; Morton (WCH) 3.
Westtown 1, George School 0: Westtown advanced to the Friends League championship game on the strength of Jesse DiLuzio's first-half goal.
DiLuzio scored out of a scramble in the box after Jeremy Spiegel's free kick.
Spiegel, Luke Frankel, Eric Ekas, and Matt Munts were defensive standouts as goalie Trent Schindler posted the shutout.
Schindler was in action for the first time since sitting out five games with an injury.
The Quakers will play at Shipley on Friday (2:45 p.m.) for the title.
Westtown 1 0 -- 1
George School 0 0 -- 0Westtown goal: DiLuzio.
Goalie saves: Schindler (W) 7; Greer (GS) 3.
Episcopal 2, Malvern Prep 1, 2 OT: Billy Coyle headed in Malvern Prep's lone goal in the tough Inter-Ac loss. The goal came in the 58th minute, and Andrew Panzo had the assist.
Episcopal tied it in the 67th minute and won it with a goal in the 88th minute.
Malvern Prep fell to 1-5-2 in the league and 5-10-3 overall.
Malvern Prep 0 1 0 0-- 1
Episcopal 0 1 0 1 -- 2Malvern Prep goal: Coyle.
Episcopal goals: Wilson, Grims.
Goalie saves: Pina (MP) 2; Freese (E) 5.
Girls VolleyballVilla Maria 3, Gwynedd Mercy 1: After a slow start, Villa Maria regained its composure and posted a 17-25, 25-22, 25-16, 25-17 win in the District 1 Class AA semifinal playoff match at Wissahickon High.
The Hurricanes (18-2) got solid efforts from Danielle Hillman (11 kills, seven blocks and five aces), Shae Murphy (22 digs and two aces), Kaleigh Oates (10 kills and two blocks), and Katherine Miller (20 assists, four kills, two blocks and two aces).
Villa, seeded second, will face No.1 Pope John Paul II in Thursday's championship match at Upper Dublin High (7:30 p.m.).
Field HockeyWest Chester 9, Mercyhurst 0: Kelsi Lykens and Megan Callanan both scored twice to lead No. 5 West Chester to the PSAC victory.
Nancy Stehman added a goal and an assist for the Golden Rams (12-4, 7-2 PSAC), while Marnie Kusakavitch, Alexis Versak, Alayna Brown and Kelsey Cheek netted goals.
Audree Bonavita made four saves in the shutout.
Men's SoccerGwynedd-Mercy 3, Immaculata 0: Immaculata concluded the season with the Colonial States Athletic Conference loss.
Immaculata (1-8, 2-15) held a 14-13 advantage in shots, and had a 7-2 edge in corner kicks.
Patrick Friend took three shots to lead Immaculata, and T.J. Jappah, Stephen Smith and Ryan Stokes all got off two shots.
Women's VolleyballShepherd 3, West Chester 1: West Chester fell 16-25, 25-18, 25-20, 25-18 in the nonleague match on the road.
The Golden Rams dropped to 13-13.
Tyler Shaefer recorded nine kills, Julia O'Brien seven kills and five blocks, Tori Hutchinson 18 assists, Samantha Agostini 14 assists, and Callie Krajcir 14 digs.