It will be an all-Chester County foursome vying for the District 1 Class AAA Boys Soccer championship on Wednesday.

While Great Valley cruised and Downingtown West and Conestoga won nail-biters, West Chester Rustin pulled out the most thrilling win of Saturday's quarterfinals.

Trailing, 2-1, the 14th-seeded Golden Knights scored two goals in the last four minutes to eke out a 3-2 victory over No. 22 William Tennent at Ciccarone Field.

Brandon Garcia scored the equalizer with four minutes left before Dane Andersson netted the game-winner two minutes later.

Tennent scored twice earlier in the second half to take the lead before the Golden Knights mounted their comeback.

The win clinched Rustin's first PIAA tournament berth in school history. They will face fellow Ches-Mont League foe Downingtown West in the semifinals Wednesday at a neutral site and time to be determined.

Dave Ringer scored in the first half half for the Golden Knights.

William Tennent 0 2--2

W.C. Rustin 1 2--3William Tennent goals: Note, Ciarlante.

W.C. Rustin goals: Ringer, Garcia, Andersson.

Goalie saves: Zietz (WT) 4; Davis (WCR) 3.

Downingtown West 2, C.B. West 1: The 19th-seeded Whippets (13-6-1) continued their mastery of the road as Cameron Young scored on an assist from Evan Hermans with six minutes left in the District 1 quarterfinal.


Luke Maruca scored from 20-yards out on a free kick to get West on the board earlier in the half. Josh Brain had another strong game in goal, making eight saves.

West has won three playoff road games, travelling 370 miles in the week to earn a berth in the PIAA tournament. The Whippets will face West Chester Rustin in Wednesday's semifinals.

Downingtown West 0 2 -- 2

C.B. West 1 0 -- 1Downingtown West goals: Maruca, Young.

C.B. West goal: unavailable.

Goalie saves: Brain (DW) 8; C.B. West 4.

Great Valley 4, Bensalem 1: The top-seeded Patriots (20-0) received goals from four different players to post the win in the District 1 quarterfinals.

Great Valley took the lead on a goal from Jay Nunez from 16 yards out 17 minutes into the half. Colin Deitch doubled the advantage with a little over three minutes left. Michael Sprinkel and Jack Hajnik notched second-half tallies.

John Fuydal recorded four saves for the Patriots, who will take on Conestoga in the semifinals.

Bensalem 0 1 -- 1

Great Valley 2 2 -- 4Bensalem goal: Juergensen.

Great Valley goals: Nunez, Deitch, Sprinkel, Hajnik.

Goalie saves: Kilcoyne (B) 6; Fuydal (GV) 4.

Girls SoccerDowningtown East 1, Council Rock South 0: Linnea Faccenda scored from in close with five minutes left in the second half to lift the Cougars (17-2) in the District 1 Class AAA quarterfinals.

The win earned second-seeded East a state tourney berth.

The Cougars will face No. 6 Central Bucks East in the semifinals Wednesday at a site and time to be determined.

Kaelyn Johns made two saves for the Cougars in the shutout.

Council Rock South 0 0--0

Downingtown East 0 1--1Downingtown East goal: Faccenda.

Goalie Saves: Boyle (CRS) 1; Johns (DE) 2.

Girls TennisMethacton 3, Unionville 2; North Allegheny 4, W.C. Henderson 1: Unionville and West Chester Henderson both fell in the semifinals of the PIAA Class AAA Tournament Saturday at Hershey Racquet Club.

In a rematch against Methacton from the District 1 semifinals, the Indians fell 3-2 to the Warriors.

Methacton's Mikaela Codreanu game back from a set down to defeat Zaina Zaki 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 in No. 1 singles.

The Warriors swept the singles matches while the Indians took both doubles events.

Kaitlyn Russell and Elise Eginton won 6-2, 6-2 and Victoria Soltysiak and Amy Eginton won 6-4, 2-6, 6-4.

Henderson fell to North Allegheny by a 4-1 final. Tory Gasho and Brynn Jones won the lone match for the Warriors.


Field HockeyWest Chester 5, Mansfield 0: Megan Callanan scored twice in less than two minutes to break open a close match, and lead No. 5 West Chester to the PSAC victory.

Marnie Kusavitch, Alayna Brown and Lauren McGinley also scored goals for the Golden Rams (11-4, 6-2 PSAC). Nancy Stehman assisted on the final three goals.Immaculata 3, Neumann 1: Immaculata (6-11, 4-2 CSAC) picked up a key Colonial States Athletic Conference win and moved into third place ahead of Neumann as the teams vie for one of the top four positions in the CSAC.

Patsy Murphy scored two goals and junior Ashley O'Donnell scored once to give Immaculata a 3-0 lead.

Goalie Christine McIntyre (3-2) earned the win for a clean first half while she made one save.

Men's SoccerWest Chester 2, Slippery Rock 1: Miguel Ross scored twice in a two-and-a-half-minute span midway through the first half to lead West Chester.

The Golden Rams finished the PSAC regular season with a 10-game unbeaten streak and a 9-1-1 mark, putting them a point ahead of second place Mercyhurst (9-1 PSAC).

Conor Malarney set up Ross for his first goal, and Alex Caplan added an assist.

Women's SoccerSlippery Rock 1, West Chester 0: West Chester (10-6, 9-6 PSAC) dropped a frustrating decision on the road.

Slippery Rock's Alison Harbart scored in the 65th minute for the game's lone goal.

Goalie Alex Srolis made two saves in 65 minutes for West Chester.

When Srolis was injured, Madi Mitchell came on and went the rest of the way without allowing a goal.Centenary 4, Immaculata 1: Rachel Gannon scored the only goal for Immaculata (6-9-2, 5-3-2 CSAC) in the Colonial States Athletic Conference match.

Men's Cross CountryPSAC Championships: West Chester placed 11th overall in the meet at Kutztown University.

Zack Musselman finished 42nd in 27:03.5 to lead the Golden Rams.

Nick Angelina placed 66th (27:52.4), Jake Siegel 68th (27:57.6), Chris Bucci 72nd (28:02.6), and James Vadas 73rd (28:08.2).

Women's Cross CountryPSAC Championships: Amanda Eisman finished 12th individually as West Chester placed 10th overall in the meet at Kutztown University.

Eisman clocked a time of 22:45.6. Leigh Manning-Smith placed 29th (23:24.0), Mallory Drake 59th (24:20.2), Brittany Boyer 76th (24:46.2), and Mara Kelly 87th (25:15.9).

Women's VolleyballWest Chester 3, East Stroudsburg 0: West Chester picked up the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference victory 25-21, 25-22, 25-21.

The Golden Rams (13-12, 5-10 PSAC) improved to 6-1 at home this season.

Julia O'Brien had 10 kills and four blocks, Marina Sharkey had nine kills and two blocks, Samantha Agostini had 18 assists with six kills, and Tori Hutchinson added 15 assists and five digs. Immaculata 3, New Jersey City 0; SUNYIT 3, Immaculata 0; Mount Saint Mary 3, Immaculata 2: Immaculata (9-16) went 1-2 in the tournament at New Jersey City.

The Mighty Macs beat New Jersey City 25-13, 25-18, 25-19, but fell to SUNYIT 25-15, 25-17, 27-17, and Mount Saint Mary 23-25, 25-23, 25-16, 22-25, 15-9.

Jamie Rombach was named to the All-Tournament Team as she combined for 35 kills, 21 digs, and five service aces.

Women's Tennis

Immaculata 6, Cedar Crest 3: Immaculata (9-8, 7-3 CSAC) clinched a berth in the CSAC playoffs for the first time since 2005.

The fourth-seeded Mighty Macs will take on the top-seeded Gwynedd Mercy in the semifinals next Friday in Philadelphia.

Freshman Annaliese Kambouroglos and sophomore Kara Trowbridge led the way with a victory in both doubles and singles.

Theresa Martini, Pattie McGinley, Julie Einwechter, and Jenna Fratterelli were other winners.

Women's RugbyWest Chester 34, Pittsburgh 21: Unionville graduate Katie Walston posted nine points to help West Chester (3-1) win the nonleague match.

Walston converted a drop kick as part of her nine-point effort. Five different players registered a try for the Golden Rams.