A day after losing for the first time this season, Agnes Irwin wasted no time bouncing back into the win column. Sophia Tornetta made sure of it.
The Owls' junior sniper fired home five goals and added an assist, while Lucy Maguire dished out two helpers to go with a goal as Agnes Irwin whipped Shipley, 8-1, in a nonleague game Saturday.
Tornetta helped the Owls (7-1) get out to a 4-0 halftime lead with a pair of goals, but she poured it on with a second-half hat trick. Her younger sister, Julianna, a freshman, chipped in a goal and an assist.
In the Central League:
Strath Haven 4, Upper Darby 0: Andrea Govannicci netted a pair of first-half goals to give the Panthers (7-4, 4-2) the early lead, then second-half tallies from Holly Buhler and Kristen Baschoff sealed the Royals' fate.
Kerri Rickards stoned 18 shots for Upper Darby, while Caroline Boyd stopped 10 shots for the shutout in her first game back after suffering a concussion.
Haverford 5, Radnor 0: Rachel Bova had a pair of goals and an assist for the Fords, who stormed out to a 3-0 lead en route to a rout of the Raiders.
Tess Horan also had a pair of goals for Haverford, which got a 12-save shutout from Katie Wyman. Ashley Gubernick denied nine shots sent her way.
Penncrest 2, Lower Merion 0: Brielle McQuiston was a wall in the Lions' net with eight saves, while Annalise McLarnon and Eva Michaliszyn supplied the offense as Penncrest flushed the Aces.
Garnet Valley 3, Springfield 0: Brittany Talley got the game-winner less than seven minutes into the game and set up new Stanford commit Katie Keyser two minutes later, then Shivani Chinnappan put the finishing touches on the Jaguars' win with another goal.
Dana Davis collected two assists for Garnet Valley (8-2, 5-0), while Ally Scanlon blocked 21 shots sent her way.
Conestoga 3, Marple Newtown 1: Megan Peterson gave the Tigers a chance to shock the Pioneers with 18 saves and she got help from Gina Rosanio, who had three defensive saves, but even a goal from Corinne Smith couldn't spare Marple Newtown.
Harriton 1, Ridley 0: Sydney Handel's goal midway through the second half proved to be the difference. It sure didn't hurt the Rams' Laura Lasprogata stymied 22 shots for the whitewashing.