Sarah Kollhoff had five goals and an assist as fourth-seeded Downingtown East turned back No. 9 West Chester Henderson, 14-13, in a District 1 girls lacrosse consolation game Tuesday.

The win clinched a state playoff berth for the Couggars, while the Warriors were eliminated. East will play Conestoga for fifth place Thursday.

Caroline Ambrogi, Nicole Barretta and Victoria Barretta had three goals each for East.

Katie O'Donnell paced Henderson with seven goals.

W.C. Henderson 8 5--13

Downingtown East 7 7--14

W.C. Henderson goals: O'Donnell 7, Heisman 4, Laudermilch 2.

Downingtown East goals: Kollhoff 5, Ambrogi 3, B. Barretta 3, V. Barretta.

Goalie saves: Long (WCH) 4; Wurzel (DE) 13.

Conestoga 9, Radnor 8: Lexi King led the way three goals as the Pioneers defeated their Central League foe in the District 1 consolations. Abby Lord added two goals and two assists and Scottie Growney added a pair of goals.

Conestoga 9

Radnor 8

Conestoga goals: King 3, Lord 2, Growney 2, Scott, Friel.

Radnor goals: Games 4, Curley 3, Quinn.

Goalie saves: Horning (C) 13; FRadnor not available.

BASEBALLHaverford School 12, Westtown 2, 6 innings: Chris Bream hits a two-run homer for the Quakers (4-11) in their Pa. Independent Schools playoff contest.

Westtown 000 020--2

Haverford School 411 51x--12WP -- Borine. LP -- Jiangiulio.

3b -- Burke. HR -- Bream (W).


adult baseballCrawdads 2, Jays 0: Chuck Fritz outdueled Brad Canan to give the Crawdads the West Chester Adult Baseball League victory. Fritz went all seven innings, allowing threehits with two strikeouts and no walks, for his 127th all-time win and 19th career shutout. Canan also pitched a complete game, giving up six hits with two walks and three strikeouts.

The Crawdads scored two runs in the sixth without the benefit of a hit. Bob Warren drove in a run on a fielder's choice and an error brought in the other run. Nick Miller had two hits for the Crwadads.

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Jays 000 000 0--0

WP -- Fritz. LP -- Canan.


Brandywine Valley Senior Slowpitch: Phil Robinson drove in the winning run to lift St. Anthony's (5-2) to a 10-9 win over Brandywine Valley Gold in the Silver Division. Fred Beans Ford and BV Purple split a doubleheader with Fred Beans winning the first game, 8-7 and BV captured the nightcap, 16-3. Bill Wardell had the winning hit in the eighth inning of Game One. Joe Gothie had three hits for BV in the second game, while Al Bensley and winning pitcher Bruce Barton had two hits apiece.

Harley Davidson of Valley Forge scored five runs in the eighth inning for a 17-12 win over the Untouchables. The Harleys were led by Don natale's five hits and Rob Wolf had four. Earl Davis was the winning pitcher, backed by the defense of Russ Booth and Rich McGlaughlin.

Cathy Rock posted an 8-4 victory spearheaded by the defense of center fielder John Collete and the hitting of Benny Cattalano.

Ches-Del Senior Softball: Pride and Joy Wolves swept Citadel in a doubleheader, 10-4 and 15-2. Hap Pierson won both games. Steve Berk had two hits, including a home run and Jimmy Mee added a triple. Chip Fahrenholtz had a home run in the second game and Doug Janssen had three hits. John Spangler had three hits for Citadel.

Sloan Ford of Exton swept Optimum PT Legends, 8-3 and 10-9. Don Burhans was the winning pitcher in both games. Tom Starke had four in the twin-bill. Rich McLaughlin, Mike Morrell, Fran McIntyre, Pete Perez, Glynn McCann and Jack Nelson all had three hits each. Nelson homered for Sloan Ford.

Jack freehoff homered and tripled for Optimum. The Keystone Volvo Millers held off a rally to defeat the Patriots, 17-14. Ken Ross was 4-for-4 with a triple to lead the Millers, while Roger Karr went 3-for-3, including a bases-clearing double. John Herr, Bill Isakson, Marty Keating, and winning pitcher Nelson Tobolsky each chipped in two hits for Keystone Volvo.

Ron Kummerer homered for the Patriots.