Hatboro-Horsham 3, Abington 0: Hatboro-Horsham won a Suburban One American Conference match against Abington in three games (25-12, 25-23, 25-18) on Tuesday. The Lady Hatters' offense was led by Cassidy Quattro, who finished with 12 kills. Sam Jones and Alexa Kennedy each added seven, while Kate Hollenbeck and Jaimee Stoczko each added three. Candyce Riley and Jones each finished with 16 digs, while Jones served four aces. Riley served 17 points including two aces. Katie McKay and Hannah Steiger dished out 15 and 11 assists, respectively.
Upper Merion 3, Upper Dublin 0: Upper Merion defeated Upper Dublin in three games (25-8, 25-20, 25-11) in a Suburban One American Conference match on Tuesday. In the loss, the Lady Cardinals were led by Taylor D'Ginto (16 assists, one ace), Taylor Stek (eight kills), Melanie Phifer (four kills, two digs, one ace) and Jenny McAneney (two kills, one dig, two aces).
Merion Mercy 3, Gwynedd Mercy Academy 1: Merion Mercy Academy defeated Gwynedd Mercy Academy in four games (25-19, 25-18, 17-25, 26-24) in a Catholic Academies Association match on Tuesday. GMA (6-5, 5-3) was led by Natalie Pisch (20 kills, three aces) and Allie DeAngelis (45 assists).
Christopher Dock 3, MaST Charter 0: Christopher Dock got a big Bicentennial League win by topping MaST Charter in straight sets 25-16, 25-18, 25-10. Kayla Dean led the Pioneers with 15 assists, three aces and two kills.
Lanae Hunsberger also had a very good match, contributing seven kills, six aces and nine digs. Dock is now 7-3 overall and 5-0 in league.
Christopher Dock 3, Wissahickon 0: Christopher Dock defeated Wissahickon in three games (25-16, 25-16, 25-22) in a non-league match on Monday. Dock (6-3, 4-0) was led by Jackie Teed and Melissa Class, who finished with seven and five kills, respectively. Ashley McGarrity served five aces for Dock, while Lanae Hunsberger and Sarah Ryder each added four.
Cheltenham 3, Springfield 0: Cheltenham defeated Springfield (2-8, 2-6) 3-0 in a Suburban One American Conference game on Tuesday. Tim Taliaferro, Justin McNab and Jordan Chaplin all scored for the Panthers.
St. Joseph's Prep 1, Archbishop Wood 0 (2 OT): Tulo Ibikunle scored unassisted in the 94th minute to give St. Joseph's Prep a 1-0 win in double overtime against Archbishop Wood in a Philadelphia Catholic League affair on Tuesday. Ryan Hemsley stopped seven shots in net for the Vikings, who fell to 7-5-1 with the loss.
Lower Moreland 6, Cheltenham 2: Lower Moreland scored three goals in each half to down non-conference foe Cheltenham 6-2.
The score was 3-2 in favor of Lower Moreland after one half, but the Lions used three goals in the second stanza pull away.
Moorestown Friends 2, Academy New Church 0: ANC dropped its second Friends League match of the season in a 2-0 loss at the hands of Moorestown Friends.
Keeper Alex Langlotz had a solid day despite conceding two goals, recording five saves in the losing effort.
ANC is now 7-2-0 overall and 5-2-0 in league.
Gwynedd Mercy Academy 3, Mount St. Joseph 2: Gwynedd Mercy Academy defeated Mount St. Joseph 3-2 in a Catholic Academies Association match on Monday.
Gwynedd Mercy Academy 3, Mount St. Joseph 2
Natalie Danze (GMA) def. Betsy Napolitano 6-2, 6-4; Emily Price (GMA) def. Belin Mirabile 6-4, 6-3; Jenna Stefkovic (GMA) def. Julieanne Dishler 6-3, 6-3.
Katie Moses and Krista Goebel (MSJ) def. Grace Herr and Lauren Kasper 6-2, 6-1; Nicolette Sommar and Colleen Burns (MSJ) def. Alyssa Meszaro and Casey Flanigan 6-3, 4-6, 1-0 (10-7).
Springfield 3, Cheltenham 1: Springfield defeated Cheltenham 3-1 in a Suburban One American Conference meeting on Tuesday. The Lady Spartans (5-5, 4-4) received goals from Katherine McVeagh, Juli Cardamone and Allison Yoder in the win. Cheltenham's lone goal was scored by Madison Gianelle.
Wissahickon 1, Upper Dublin 0 (OT): Wissahickon's Angela Virtu scored with five minutes and one second remaining in overtime to lift the Lady Trojans to a 1-0 win over Upper Dublin in a Suburban One American Conference meeting on Tuesday. Melanie Fry assisted on the goal. Claire Tarzia stopped five shots in net to earn the shutout for Wissahickon, while Sara Weinberg stopped 15 shots in net for the Lady Cardinals.
Lower Moreland 2, Christopher Dock 1: Lower Moreland edged Christopher Dock 2-1 in Bicentennial League action. Lindsey Boerner and Erin Prsybylinski had the goals for the Lions, while Mattasyn Shisler had the lone goal for Dock.
Both goalies had solid games as Dock's Eliza Wilkens made six saves and Lower Moreland's Claire McPherson recorded eight.
Dock is now 6-4 overall and 5-1 in BAL play.
North Penn 3, Souderton 0: The Maidens scored three goals in the second half to down Suburuban One Continental rival Souderton 3-0. Casey O'Donnell tallied two goals and assisted on the third in the win.
Shannon Talbot also had a goal and an assist in the game. Keeper Chessa Kownurko had five saves.
North Penn is now 5-6 overall and 3-4 in conference.
Plymouth Whitemarsh 6, Upper Moreland 0: Plymouth Whitemarsh received three goals from Courtney Konowal in a 6-0 win over Upper Moreland in a Suburban One American Conference game on Tuesday. Rachel Konowal scored twice and added two assists, while Allison Spinelli finished with a goal and two assists. Tori Bryne stopped two shots to earn the shutout for the Colonials (11-1, 8-0). Upper Moreland (1-10, 0-8) received 15 saves from Bridget Meade.
Germantown Academy6, Springside Chestnut Hill 1: Kelsey Remig had a game-high two goals as GA defeated Springside Chestnut Hill in Inter-Ac play on Tuesday. Katie Westrum, Megan Raitt, Allie Carrigan and Molly Magerman also scored for the Patriots and goalie Ashley Piszek made five saves.
Germantown Academy 10, Penn Charter 3: Natalie Dowzicky, Liz Platonova, Lilly Bolen and Lauren Oeth all scored two goals apiece as the Patriots throttled their Inter-Ac League rivals 10-3 on Tuesday. Kate Horvat made five save in goal for GA.
Germantown Academy 6, Springside Chestnut Hill 0: Senior Kerry Lawlor, freshmen Brynn Skelly, sophomore Hannah McDonnell, junior Olivia Gorman, freshman Emily Williams and junior Maddy Hackley all scored as GA defeated Springside Chestnut Hill 6-0 in Inter-Ac play on Tuesday.
Perkiomen Valley 213, Christopher Dock 223: Christopher Dock dropped a close contest to Perkiomen Valley 213-223. Bob McFadden and Connor Tipping led the Pioneers shooting 36 and 41, respectively.
Olivia Longacre had a solid day hitting a 42, while Chandler Bergey rounded out the Dock scorecard shooting a 45.