The Shipley boys' soccer team and the Friends' Central girls' soccer squad ecah captured the Friends School League championships Friday, both teams winning by a 1-0 score.

For the Shipley boys, sophomore Michael Burns scored the winning goal.

Jesse Rubin tallied the winning score for Friends' Central.

In other Main Line high school sports action Friday:

Boys' soccer

Haverford School defeated Germantown Academy, 4-0, Friday, improving its record to 14-4 (8-1 in the InterAc) and clinching at least a tie for first place in the InterAc.

Ford goals were scored by Connor Gregory, Conor Bradley, Matt Mayer and Connor Keating. Assists were dished out by Tucker McBride, Shane Bradley and Shane McBride. Haverford goalie Quinn Letter made one save in the first half, while Ford netminder Connor Black made three saves in the second half.

Malvern Prep defeated host Penn Charter , 3-0. The Friars' had a remix of the usual line up, AJ Traynor returned from injury, and fellow sophomore David Bettenhausen moved up front. Just 14 minutes in, Bettenhausen found the net on a fine header from a corner kick by AJ Traynor.

In the second half, junior captain and defender Jason McLarney made some long runs up the right wing, feeding balls to Chris Savino and David Bettenhausen. It paid off in the 61st minute, when Savino made a slick pass forward to Bettenhausen, who found the net for the second time.

Malvern made several substitutions at this point, bringing in freshman Nate Albergo and sophomore Christian D'Ascenzo. The latter positioned himself well, racing to find a cross from Billy Coyle and making a header into the net at the 72nd minute.Cullen Pina tended goal for Malvern (6-10-3 overall, 2-5-2 InterAc) and made one save.


Agnes Irwin lost to Germantown Academy, 3-2. For the Owls (13-3-1, 7-2-1), Hannah Keating had a goal and an assist, Laura Pansini tallied a goal and goalie Autumn Wedderburn made 13 saves.Academy of Notre Dame defeated Episcopal Academy, 7-6. For the Irish, goals were scored by Phoebe McClernon (two), Ariah Fish (two), Julia Dambley, Gabby Agnes and Katie Schneider. EA goals were scored by Dylan Higgins (two), Meridith Manley, Maria Kilcullen and Emma Brumbaugh (two). Notre Dame goalie Ryleigh McCue made 12 saves.