Brittany Edwards fired in 12 goals as Great Valley downed visiting Bishop Shanahan, 19-8, in a District 1 girls lacrosse second-round playoff game on Thursday.

Edwards also added an assist.

Olivia Muscella notched three goals, and Jessica Boyle contributed a pair of goals and three assists.

Linnea Hughes and Megan Buettner both dished out three assists.

Kelci O'Donnell scored five goals to lead Bishop Shanahan.

Great Valley (17-2), seeded third, will take on sixth-seeded Radnor in a quarterfinal game on Saturday (11 a.m.) at West Chester East.

Bishop Shanahan 5 3 -- 8

Great Valley 12 7 -- 19Bishop Shanahan goals: O'Donnell 5, Corcoran, DiValerio, Mc. Staska.

Great Valley goals: Edwards 12, Muscella 3, Boyle 2, Smith, Verrecchia.

Goalie saves: Riorden (BS) 9; Tornetta (GV) 7.

Downingtown East 18, Merion Mercy 11: Downingtown East stormed into the District 1 quarterfinal round with the solid victory.

Nicole Barretta led the Cougars with five goals and one assist.

Sarah Kollhoff fired in five goals, while Caroline Ambrogi and Victoria Barretta both netted four goals.

Downingtown East, seeded fourth, will meet fifth-seeded Harriton on Saturday (9 a.m.) at West Chester East.

Merion Mercy 6 5 -- 11

Downingtown East 9 9 -- 18Merion Mercy goals: Nostrant 4, Corzel 3, Benedict 2, Steller, Kealing.

Downingtown East goals: N. Barretta 5, Kollhoff 5, C. Ambrogi 4, V. Barretta 4.


Goalie saves: Merion 6; Wurzel (DE) 8.

Conestoga 19, Hatboro-Horsham 6: Conestoga cruised in the District 1 second-round playoff game as Liz Scott netted four goals and added an assist.

Abby Lord finished with three goals and two assists, Sondra Dickey scored three goals, and Lexy King had a goal and four assists.

Jules Horning was outstanding in goal with 12 saves. Conestoga also had 15 draw controls and caused numberous turnovers to keep its attack on the offensive.

The seventh-seeded Pioneers (12-8) will face second-seeded Springfield (Delco) in the quarterfinals on Saturday (1 p.m.) at West Chester East.

Hatboro-Horsham 3 3 -- 6

Conestoga 11 8 -- 19Hatboro goals: McCay 2, Guerra, R. Rausa, S. Rausa, Wallace.

Conestoga goals: L. Scott 4, Dickey 3, Lord 3, Stetson 2, Friel 2, R. Scott 2, King, Growney, Borzillo.

Goalie saves: Hatboro unavailable; Horning (C) 12.

Garnet Valley 18, Unionville 9: Unionville stayed right with top-seeded Garnet Valley for most of the first half, but the 17th-seeded Indians fell in the District 1 second-round playoff game.

With the score tied at 4, Garnet Valley scored two late goals and took a 6-4 halftime lead.

The second half was a different story as Garnet Valley went on a 12-5 run and pulled away.

Quinn Benintende scored four goals and added an assist for Unionville (13-6), while Rachel Hughes scored three goals.

Unionville 4 5 -- 9

Garnet Valley 6 12 -- 18Unionville goals: Benintende 4, Hughes 3, Garvey, Walter.

Garnet Valley goals: Mathewson 8, Fusco 3, Warden 3, Davis 2, Valerio, Nakrasius.

Goalie saves: Mottola (U) 5; Mitros (GV) 8.

BOYS LACROSSEBishop Shanahan 13, Wissahickon 2: Bishop Shanahan (16-1) advanced to the District 1 quarterfinal round behind Alex Wagner and Dylan Alderman.

Wagner scored five goals, while Alderman had three goals and three assists.

Ryan McNulty played a solid game defensively for the second-seeded Eagles, who will meet 10th-seeded Upper Dublin on Saturday at Harriton.

Wissahickon 0 0 2 0 -- 2

Bishop Shanahan 6 1 2 4 -- 13Wissahickon goals: Gomez, Guaglianone.

Bishop Shanahan goals: Wagner 5, Alderman 3, Guinan, Montgomery, Mehok, Corcoran, Kelly.

Goalie saves: Myers (W) 10; Yoquinto (BS) 6, Gindhart (BS) 3.

Avon Grove 12, Spring-Ford 8: The Red Devils (13-4) outscored the Rams, 6-2, in the third quarter to rally for the win in the District 1 playoffs.

Ryan Cook led the way with four goals and two assists, and Stephen Cyron added three goals and an assist. Bryce Reid and Beau Kush had two goals each, with Reid providing a pair of assists.

Avon Grove will face Central Bucks East in the quarterfinals Saturday at noon at Harriton High School.

Spring-Ford 4 1 1 2--8

Avon Grove 3 1 6 2--12

Spring-Ford goals: Orcutt 3, Z. Hare 3, Marte, Gensler.

Avon Grove goals: R. Cook 4, Cyron 3, Kush 2, Reid 2, Smith.

Goalie saves: Messerle (SF) 9; Schriner (AG) 7.

Penncrest 6, Downingtown East 3: Downingtown East gave top-seeded Penncrest all it could handle in the District 1 second-round playoff game.

Penncrest outscored the 16th-seeded Cougars 3-0 in the third quarter and went on to post the win.

Lucas Iacovino had a goal and an assist for Downingtown East. Brodey Wilson made 16 saves in goal.

Downingtown East 1 1 0 1 -- 3

Penncrest 0 2 3 1 -- 6Downingtown East goals: Iacovino, Meakim, Umberger.

Penncrest goals: Loga 2, Hanna, Manganello, Trusty, Kinnard.

Goalie saves: Wilson (DE) 16; McClatt (P) 11.


Malvern Prep 7, Avon Grove 0: Three-pitchers combined on a two-hitter for Malvern Prep (24-7) in the nonleague victory.

Brendan Inglis went the first five innings to gain the victory. He yielded one hit and fanned four.

Ryan Hegarty and Tony Gruenling both went one inning. Hegarty gave up a hit.

Shane Muntz went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored.

Malvern Prep 060 001 0 -- 7

Avon Grove 000 000 0 -- 0WP--Inglis. LP--Swank.

SOFTBALLW.C. East 6, Haverford High 2: West Chester East finished its regular-season schedule 13-7 with the nonleague win.

Olivia Rogers pitched a five-hitter.

Amy Atwell and Olivia Francomano both produced three hits for the Vikings.

Leah Ritchey had two hits and two RBIs, while Stephanie Batog went 2-for-3 with a double, and two RBIs. Both players scored a run.

W.C. East 030 030 0 -- 6

Haverford High 010 000 1 -- 2WP--Rogers. LP--Walsh.

2B--Batog (E), Cesanek (H).


District 1 Championships Pushed Back: The District 1 track and field championships have been moved to Saturday and Sunday because of today's expected heavy rain.

Today's schedule will take place on Saturday, and events wrap up on Sunday.

The meet is still being held at Coatesville High School.ADULT BASEBALL

P.J. Whelihan's Prowlers 2, Red Men 2: Chris Ray's two-out singled scored Jessie McKim to give the Red Men a tie in the West Chester Adult Baseball League.

Donnie Copeland set the stage for Ray's heroics with a single to put McKim in scoring position,

Steve McCardell drove in both of the Prowlers' runs with sacrifice flies. Jason McCormick had two hits for Whelihan's and Carmen Sano recorded a pair of hits for the Tribe.

P.J. Whelihan's 101 000 0--2

Red Man 100 001 0--2

2b -- Ray (RM).

McComsey Builders Brewers 7, Affordable Grass Guys 5: McComsey Builders (2-2) scored four runs in the top of the seventh to win the Coatesville Adult League game at Ash Park.

Four straight walks produced one run, and John DiOttavio had a two-run single. Another run scored on an error.

Starter Rusty Davidson pitched well, but Kevin Massey gained the win in relief.

Mike Kelly had a two-run single for Affordable Grass Guys (2-2-1), and Dylan Marotta drove in a run.

McComsey Builders 000 012 4 -- 7

Affordable Grass Guys 002 030 0 -- 5WP--Massey. LP--Stilp.


Brandywine Valley Senior Slow Pitch: Brandywine Valley Purple defeated St. Anthony's, 12-5. Frank Rawson's four hits and outstanding play at shortstop led a very busy and effective infield defense. Joe Gothie and winning pitcher Bruce Barton each contributed three hits.

Harley Davidson of Valley Forge handed Goshen Beverage its first loss of the season, 20-19. Bob Amis and Bill Pfeifer both had four hits for the winners, while Dirk Edmiston produced the game-winner for the Bikers.

LifeSmokeVapors defeated the Untouchables, 16-8. Mike Dalesio had two triples and a double for LifeSmoke. Tom Daley, Bruce Allred and Steve Bukowski each added three hits. LifeSmoke played outstanding defense led by Dave Smith.Ches-Del Senior Slow Pitch: Sloan Ford of Exton beat the Patriots, 15-10. Rich McLaughlin was the winning pitcher and had three hits. Tom Middleton had three hits and was solid defensively. Jeff Laudenslager, Fran McIntyre, Larry Dampman, Don Joye and Glynn McCann (home run) all had two hits. Ron Kummerer hit a grand slam for the Patriots.

Citadel defeated Skillman Volvo Millers 8-6 for its first win of the season. John Spangler and Rob Wolf were both 3-for-4 and scored twice for Citadel. Jack Williams was 2-for-3 with four RBIs, Joe Morgan was 2-for-2, and Bruce Barton got the win in relief.

Pride and Joy Wolves beat the Legends, 9-6. Hap Pierson was the winning pitcher and added two hits. The Wolves fell behind 5-0, but rallied for the win. Jack Schoen had a triple and double for the winners. Steve Berk had two hits, and Dennis Kelly tripled.