Unionville's Johnny Wu captured his second straight Ches-Mont League American Division boys tennis singles title on Saturday.
The top-seeded senior defeated West Chester Rustin freshman Luke Shevlin 6-1, 6-1 in the title match at Rustin.
He only dropped two games the entire tournament.
Shevlin played well in his first league singles final, but Wu's experienced helped him earn the championship.
Wu beat Great Valley's Adarsh Nair 6-0, 6-0 in the semifinals, and Shevlin advanced with a 6-4, 6-2 win over Unionville's Ross Fitzsimmons.
In the consolation final, Fitzsimmons topped Nair 6-2, 7-5.
The top three finishers advanced to the District 1 Class AAA singles tournament starting April 25 at Healthplex.
Wu (Unionville)def. Nair (Great Valley) 6-0, 6-0; Shevlin (W.C. Rustin) def. Fitzsimmons (Unionville) 6-4, 6-2.
Wu (Unionville) def. Shevlin (W.C. Rustin) 6-1, 6-1.
Fitzsimmons (Unionville) def. Nair (Great Valley) 6-2, 7-5.
Avon Grove 5, Bishop Shanahan 0: Maggie Balint struck out 18 en route to a no-hitter for the Red Devils (7-1) in the Ches-Mont National contest.
Balint lost the perfect game after hitting a batter in the fourth inning.
Alyssa Herion had two hits, including a solo homer.
Shanahan fell to 1-3 in the league and 1-4 overall.
Avon Grove 103 010 0--5
Bishop Shanahan 000 000 0--0WP--Balint. LP--Kempinski.
W.C. Henderson 14, Bishop Shanahan 12: West Chester Henderson (4-0, 7-1) was tested in the Ches-Mont game, but the Warriors held on for the win.
Katie O'Donnell's five goals lifted the offense, as did Ryann Bauer's four goals and two assists.
Kelci O'Donnell led Bishop Shanahan (1-3 league) with five goals. Alex Wendig scored twice.
W.C. Henderson 10 4 -- 14
Bishop Shanahan 7 5 -- 12W.C. Henderson goals: Ka. O'Donnell 5, Bauer 4, Heisman 2, Reichert, Lampe, Laudermilch.
Bishop Shanahan goals: Ke. O'Donnell 5, Wendig 2, Staska, Corcoran, McFalls, Riddell, Manley.
Goalie saves: Cantor (H) 8; DeCesaris (BS) 6.
Avon Grove 8, Penncrest 6: Morgan Guarneri had a strong game in goal with 14 saves and three interceptions to lead Avon Grove (3-5) in the nonleague match.
Lara Knittel sparked the attack with four goals and one assist.
Taylor Francis notched two goals and one assist, while Paige Hammond added two goals.
Avon Grove 6 2 -- 8
Penncrest 4 2 -- 6Avon Grove goals: Knittel 4, Francis 2, Hammond 2.
Penncrest goals: Vigers 3, Isenberg 2, Huggins.
Goalie saves: Guarneri (AG) 14; Bond (P) 10.
Conestoga 13, Downingtown East 11: Conestoga jumped out to a 9-4 halftime lead and went on to post the nonleague victory.
Monica Borzillo's three goals and one assist led the Conestoga offense.
Scottie Growney had three goals, Maggie Friel two goals and Lexy King one goal and two assists.
Nicole Barretta totaled five goals and three assists for Downingtown East (6-2). Victoria Barretta had four goals.
Conestoga 9 4 -- 13
Downingtown East 4 7 -- 11Conestoga goals: Borzillo 3, Growney 3, Friel 2, King, Stetson, Lord, L. Scott, R. Scott.
Downingtown East goals: N. Barretta 5-3, V. Barretta 4, Sarah Kollhoff 2.
Goalie saves: Stenson (C) 12; Wurzel (DE) 6.
Unionville 18, Pennsbury 8: Katie Garvey scored four goals and dished out three assists for Unionville (5-2) in the nonleague win.
Quinn Benintende contributed three goals and three assists, while Molly Wentz had three goals and one assist.
Pennsbury 5 3 -- 8
Unionville 10 8 -- 18Pennsbury goals: Frank 3, Ganbel 2, Benziere, Mumford, Smith.
Unionville goals: Garvey 4, Wentz 3, Benintende 3, Blair 2, Breeding 2, McDonough, Welsh, Hughes, Walter.
Goalie saves: Kunde (P) 10; Mattola (U) 7.
Governor Mifflin 16, Coatesville 4: Becky Clifford scored three goals and Hannah Leahan one for Coatesville (2-6) in the nonleague match.
Governor Mifflin 9 7 -- 16
Coatesville 2 2 -- 4Governor Mifflin goals: Schaffer 3, Muenster 3, Kallos 3, Jones 3, Raab 2, Kink, Simone.
Coatesville goals: Clifford 3, Leahan.
Goalie saves: Laffey (GM) 18; B. Ross (C) 12.
Villa Maria 20, Sacred Heart 3: Villa Maria (7-1, 8-1) was in total control of the Athletic Association of Catholic Academies match.
Brianne Bamber led the attack with four goals, Megan Parsons had three goals, and Amelia Iacobucci notched two goals and three assists.
Caroline Mackrides contributed two goals and four draw controls. Katie Manta had an assist and three draw controls.
Sacred Heart 1 2 -- 3
Villa Maria 16 4 --20Sacred Heart goals: O'Brien 2, Fisher.
Villa Maria goals: Bamber 4, Parsons 3, Am. Iacobucci 2, Dunn 2, Mackrides 2, An. Iacobucci 2, Meehan 2, Angelo, Fantazzia, Ostoich.
Goalie saves: Honebrink (SH) 6; Shrader (VM) 3.
Bishop Shanahan 14, W.C. Henderson 3: Bishop Shanahan (4-0 league) prevailed in the Ches-Mont meeting and took over first place.
John Mehok led the Eagles with five goals and one assist, while Dylan Alderman had three goals and one assist.
Alex Wagner and Sam Montgomery both chipped in with two goals and one assist.
Cody Pascale led Henderson (2-1, 5-4) with a goal and two assists.
Bishop Shanahan 5 2 1 6 -- 14
W.C. Henderson 1 1 1 0 -- 3Bishop Shanahan goals: John Mehok 5, Alderman 3, Wagner 2, Montgomery 2, Giannetti, McErlean.
W.C. Henderson goals: Cody Pascale 1-2, Twohig, McGowan.
Goalie saves: Yoquinto (BS) 8; Beren (H) 8.
W.C. Rustin 10, Pennsbury 2: Brett O'Neill's three goals and two assists helped lift West Chester Rustin in the nonleague victory.
R.J. Zoba had two goals and one assist, Mark Campinelli two goals, and Mike Mazzola netted the first goal of his career.
Rustin 3 4 3 0--10
Pennsbury 1 0 0 1--2Pennsbury goals: unavailable.
W.C. Rustin goals: O'Neill 3, Zoba 2, Campinelli 2, Mazzola, West, Sauer.
Goalie saves: Pennsbury unavailable; Mullini (R) 8.
Springfield (Delco) 9, Downingtown East 3: Kevin Meakim and Ian Riehl both had a goal and an assist for Downingtown East in the nonleague match.
Downingtown East 1 0 2 0 -- 3
Springfield 2 5 1 1 -- 9Downingtown East goals: Meakim, Riehl, Risser.
Springfield goals: Spence 3, Charamella 2, Wharton, Dickinson, Gerzabek, Todaro.
Goalie saves: Marx (DE) 7, Wilson (DE) 6; Spence (S) 6.
Central Bucks East 11, Avon Grove 9: Avon Grove (5-2) nearly erased a seven-goal deficit, but came up just short in the nonleague match.
C.B. East scored the first five goals of the third quarter to take an 11-4 lead, but Avon Grove netted the last five goals.
Beau Kush scored three goals and Tanner Peck two. Will Schreiner was solid in goal with 15 saves.
C.B. East 2 4 5 0 -- 11
Avon Grove 0 4 2 3 -- 9C.B. East goals: Vetter 4, Heim 4, Schmidt 2, Brown.
Avon Grove goal: Kush 3, Peck 2, Waters, Cyron, Russo, R. Cook.
Goalie saves: McGovern (CBE) 10; Schreiner (AG) 15.
Archbishop Wood 12, Unionville 11: Unionville's last-second shot hit the post, and the Indians (5-4) fell in the nonleague match.
Winslow Davis led Unionville with five goals and one assist. Jimmy Nowoswiat added two goals and two assists.
Archbishop Wood 5 2 4 1 -- 12
Unionville 4 2 2 3 -- 11Wood goals: Miller 3, Cain 3, J. Kent 2, R. Kent, Kaimo, Duck, Razzler.
Unionville goals: Davis 5, Nowoswiat 2, Donovan 2, Nyheim, Immediato.
Goalie saves: Katzianor (AW) 11; Hartley (U) 7.
Marple Newtown 17, Kennett 9: Beau Schmeusser scored two goals and added two assists for Kennett in the nonleague match.
Hunter Schmeusser and Ryan Gelhart both netted two goals, and Jake Rose had four assists.
Marple Newtown 4 3 5 5 -- 17
Kennett 1 1 3 4 -- 9Marple goals: unavailable.
Kennett goals: B. Schmeusser 2, H. Schmeusser 2, Gelhart 2, McVeigh, Finfrock, Gaver.
Goalie saves: Marple unavailable; Longacre (K) 10.
Bishop Shanahan 2, Avon Grove 1: Frank Chubb's five-hitter gave Bishop Shanahan (4-3 league) the Ches-Mont victory.
Chubb only struck out two, but made Avon Grove put the ball in play.
Avon Grove's Steve Boyer also pitched a strong game. He gave up just four hits, struck out three, and made few mistakes.
Alex Savini had an RBI single in the third to give Shanahan a 1-0 lead. Ricky O'Day scored from third base during a rundown in the fourth that made it 2-0.
Avon Grove cut the lead in the bottom of the fourth when Mike Deitz doubled and eventually scored on Ryan Guckin's sacrifice fly.
Taylor Kim led off the seventh with a single and moved to second on a sacrifice, but was left stranded to end the game.
Bishop Shanahan 001 100 0 -- 2
Avon Grove 000 100 0 -- 12B--Deitz (AG).
Conestoga 17, Coatesville 3, 5 innings: Andrew Smith had two hits, four RBIs and two runs scored to lead Conestoga (6-2) in the nonleague win.
Alec Gagne registered two hits and scored two runs, while Steve Born had two hits, including a double.
Drew Jackson started and gained the win. Austin Geyer finished up.
Jorge Rodriguez doubled and scored a run for Coatesville.
Conestoga 140 (10)2 -- 17
Coatesville 110 10 -- 3WP--Jackson. LP--Walker.
2B--S. Born (CON), Miller (CON), Rodriguez (COA).
Kennett 15, Sun Valley 11: The two teams combined for 26 runs and 26 hits in the wild Ches-Mont game.
Kennett (3-6 league) came out on top on the strength of Joe Zirolli's three-run homer in the seventh, and David Villafane's two-run shot in the fifth.
Chris Tucker had three hits, including a double. Ian Slicer had three hits and three RBIs, while Joey Pannell recorded three hits.
C.J. Pruitt hit two home runs, a double and drove in six runs for Sun Valley (2-6 league).
Kennett 000 426 3 -- 15
Sun Valley 200 104 4 -- 11WP--Hall. LP--Burton.
2B--Tucker (K), Slicer (K), Riddle (SV), Pruitt (SV), Herestofa (SV). HR--Villafane (K), Zirolli (K), Pruitt 2 (SV).
Westtown 9, St. Andrew's (Del.) 2: Jeremy Evans went 4-for-5 with four RBIs as the Quakers (1-3) recorded their first win of the season. Evans had an RBI single during Westtown's seven-run fifth inning.
Joe Love-Sheller went all the way allowing five hits, striking out eight and walking none. He also tripled and scored a run.
Westtown 000 170 1--9
St. Andrew's 000 100 1--2WP -- Love-Sheller. LP -- Fox.
2b -- Evans (W). 3b -- Love-Sheller (W).
Hempfield Invitational: Coatesville captured the team title with four first-place finishes on Saturday.
Austin Shank was a triple winner for the Red Raiders. He won the 200 meters (22.08), and ran on two winning relays.
Darrik Muroski won the shot put (54-5).
The 4x100 team of Mike Burton, Shank, Dorian Pennington, and Jay Stocker won in 42.90, and the 4x400 group of Burton, Stocker, Marlowe Tooles, and Shank won in 3:27.73.
Placing second were Burton in the 110 hurdles (14.49), Darrick Muroski in the discus (158-6), and Mike Boykin in the shot put (45-2 1/2).
Finishing third were Garrett Muroski in the shot (44-4) and discus (136-5), along with Dondre Pittman in the high jump (6-2).Greater Phila. Coaches Meet: Billy Caldwell of Downingtown East won the 800 meters and just missed a school record in Saturday's meet at Coatesville.
Caldwell clocked in at 1:55.33.
Justin Platt was third in the pole vault 12-6.
GIRLS TRACKHempfield Invitational: Coatesville's Jolesha Boulware was first in the 100-meter hurdles and second in the 300 hurdles in Saturday's meet.
Hayley Watters placed third the 100.