Eighty minutes of soccer didn't solve anything between Marple Newtown and Lower Merion.

Eighty-three minutes did, though. Deirdre Bradley whipped in a corner that Megan Lynch fired into the back of the net to give the Tigers a 2-1 overtime win over the Aces.

Marple Newtown (3-5, 2-3 Central League) got a goal from Gemma Ciarrocchi with five minutes left in regulation to tie the game after a Tori Klevan first-half marker pushed Lower Merion ahead. Amanda Goodyear tossed aside 14 shots fired at the Tigers' cage.

In the Catholic League:Bonner-Prendergast 5, Neumann-Goretti 0: The Pandas (3-9, 2-6) spread out the scoring evenly as Kayla Butts, Bernadette Carey, Meghan Campbell, Maggie Ulmer, Allison Hart, Christmas White and Tor Brooks all recorded at least one point to spur Prendie to an easy win.

Miranda Corrigan stopped five shots in the Pandas' net.

In nonleague action:Interboro 5, Phil-Mont Christian 0: Deanna Rivello got the scoring started in the first half and Noel Hanson had a hand (two goals, two assists) in all four second-half Bucs goals as Interboro (6-5-2) cruised to an easy win.

Shannon Butler needed all of three saves for her third straight clean sheet. Upper Merion 3, Chichester 0: Theresa Mignogna cleaned up a half-dozen shots sent her way, but a pair of second-half Vikings goals sealed the Eagles' (3-9-0) fate.



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