Downingtown East concluded its Ches-Mont League girls soccer season with a 1-0 win over host Great Valley on Friday.

Nicole Barretta's goal off a Nicole Caston assist with 3:30 left in regulation gave the National Division champion Cougars (12-1, 15-2) their margin of victory.

Kaylin Johns registered the shutout in goal.

Great Valley finished 6-6-1 in the Ches-Mont.

Downingtown East 0 1--1

Great Valley 0 0--0Downingtown East goal: Barretta.

Goalie saves: Johns (DE) 7; Burgess (GV) 6.

Downingtown West 2, Gwynedd Mercy 1: Amanda Tredway netted a pair of goals within a minute of each other in Downingtown West's nonleague victory.

Lyn Cox assisted on both goals as the Whippets improved to 11-5-1. Devan Obendorfer and goalie Shae Yanez anchored the defense.

Downingtown West 0 2 -- 2

Gwynedd Mercy 0 1 -- 1Downingtown West goals: Tredway 2.

Gwynedd Mercy goal: Jones.

Goalie saves: Yanez (DW) 6; Morrissey (GM) 4.

Westtown 2, Shipley 0: Marite Horton and Talia Chung scored in the first half to lead the Quakers (3-6-1) to the Friends League victory.

Eunice Jimenez made six saves for the shutout.

Shipley 0 0--0

Westtown 2 0--2Westtown goals: Horton, Chung.

Goalie saves: Shipley not available; Jimenez (W) 6.

Boys SoccerKennett 3, Marple Newtown 0: Justin Beldyk had a goal and an assist for Kennett in the nonleague victory.


Jon Angeline and Gustavo Mireles also scored goals. Adan Galarza made three saves in the shutout.

Kennett 1 2 -- 3

Marple Newtown 0 0 -- 0Kennett goals: Angeline, Mireles, Beldyk.

Goalie saes: Galarza (K) 3; Marple 7.

Westtown 2, Friends Central 1: Jared Marshall scored with under 10 seconds left in regulation and Westtown (4-2, 9-4) remained in contention for a Friends League playoff berth.

Jeremy Spiegel had the assist when took a free kick and Marshall converted. Sami Phelps scored the Quakers' first goal.

Jeff Novak and Luke Frankel were other standouts.

Friends Central 1 0 -- 1

Westtown 1 1 -- 2Friends Central goal: Pasada.

Westtown goals: Phelps, Marshall.

Goalie saves: Allen (FC) 7; Pankake (W) 2.

Springside Chestnut Hill 3, Malvern Prep 2, 2 OT: Greg Pelton netted both goals for Malvern Prep (1-3-1, 5-8-2) in the tough Inter-Ac League loss.

Billy Coyle notched an assist.

Malvern Prep 0 2 0 0 -- 2

Springside 0 2 0 1 -- 3Malvern Prep goals: Pelton 2.

Springside goals: Contreras, Gustavson, Wilson.

Goalie saves: Pina (MP) 5; McDowell (SCH) 5.

Water PoloMalvern Prep 15, Germantown Academy 4: Jeff Hagen led the Malvern Prep offensive attack with nine goals and five drawn ejections in the Inter-Ac League victory.

Brandon Butz (one goal, three assists) was the defensive leader with four steals and two blocked shots for the Friars (5-1, 15-7).

Billy Beard, Luke Bushner (assist), Peter Calvaresi (three assists, two drawn ejections, two steals), Justin Coyle and Erik Dresden also scored goals.

Magnus Sims had five assists and two steals, while Alex Yablonski had four steals. Pat Coffey was outstanding in goal with 11 saves and two assists.

Girls Ice Hockey

W.C. East 2, Lansdale Catholic 2: Erin Bonner and Karly Scully netted the goals for West Chester East in the ICSHL tie.

Scully also had an assist.


GolfRutgers-Camden Fall Invitational: Immaculata finished the fall portion of its schedule with a score of 325 to place third out of nine teams.

Immaculata was 10 shots back of first-place Rutgers-Camden (315).

Aaron Harper tied for seventh with a 78, Jay Spatacco tied for 13th (81), Peter Kotula and Bryan Missimer both tied for 18th (83), and Andrew Moretine tied for 21st (84).Women's VolleyballSeton Hill 3, West Chester 1; California (Pa.) 3, West Chester 1: West Chester dropped a pair of Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference crossover matches played at Kutztown.

The Golden Rams (10-11, 2-9 PSAC) fell to Seton Hill 25-15, 25-13, 25-27, 26-24, and California 25-10, 17-25, 25-23, 25-11.

Marina Sharkey posted 14 kills against Seton Hill and 10 more against Cal. Allison Grammer notched 11 kills in the opener and added 10 in the nightcap.

Mandy Flynn registered 12 assists against Seton Hill and 19 against Cal. Samantha Agostini recorded seven kills, 16 assists and six digs in the first match. She dished out 26 assists in the second match and added seven digs.

Julia O'Brien posted five blocks in each match. She added eight kills against Seton Hill and nine more against Cal. Callie Krajcir posted a combined 28 digs in the two matches.

Tyler Shaefer notched 13 digs against Cal and another nine against Seton Hill. Dana Markol registered 10 digs against Cal.

Immaculata 3, Keystone 0: Immaculata won the Colonial States Athletic Conference match 25-23, 25-12, 26-24.

Andrea Okoro had six kills for the Mighty Macs (7-14, 3-6 CSAC). Jamie Rombach added five kills, 12 digs, and three service aces, while Rebecca McDonald had five kills.

Maranda Jones had 12 assists and eight digs, Brittany Thompson 11 assists and eight digs, Molly Truitt three aces and 21 digs, and Haley Swearer 10 digs.