Conestoga beat Radnor, 14-10, to advance to the District 1 Class 3A girls’ lacrosse semifinals. Rachel Clark led the Pioneers with four goals. Sydney Sloan scored three goals. Jane Bailey had a goal and two assists. Julia Rigolizzo led Radnor with four goals. No. 3 Conestoga will face No. 2 Garnet Valley in the semifinals on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. Radnor will host Downingtown East in a playback game on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

Garnet Valley beat Downingtown East, 15-8. Kathryn Toohey scored three goals and won eight draw controls for the Jaguars. Madi McKee scored three goals and won seven draw controls. Olivia Brenner had four goals and two assists. Kara and Regan Nealon each had three assists.

Harriton beat Owen J. Roberts, 16-11, to advance to the semifinals and qualify for state playoffs. The Rams won 10 of 11 draw controls in the second half. Grace Dwyer led Harriton with nine draw controls. Lucy Dwyer had three goals and two assists. Katelin Williams and Allie Schwab each scored four goals. The Rams improved to 19-1.

No. 1 Harriton will play No. 4 Downingtown West on Tuesday at 4 p.m. The Whippets advanced by beating West Chester Rustin, 17-6.

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Penn Charter beat the Hill School, 11-7, in the PAISAA quarterfinals. Hayley Hunt made 10 saves for the Quakers. Kaylee Dyer, Charlotte Hodgson, Lane Murray and Leah Sax each scored twice for Penn Charter. Hannah Spease scored six goals for Hill School, and Michigan recruit Mariah Sweeney made 12 saves. Penn Charter will play in the semifinals on Tuesday.

Boys’ Lacrosse

Conestoga beat Avon Grove, 5-4, in the District 1 Class 3A quarterfinals. Joey Allen and Brendan Murphy each scored twice. Scott Smith scored the Pioneers’ other goal. No. 2 Conestoga will host No. 6 Radnor in the semifinals on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

Baseball

La Salle advanced to the Catholic League semifinals by beating Archbishop Ryan, 3-0, at home. Gavin Moretski threw a complete-game shutout with eight strikeouts.

The Explorers will play Father Judge on Wednesday at 4 p.m. at FDR Park. Roman Catholic will play Cardinal O’Hara in the other semifinal.

Father Judge advanced by beating Archbishop Wood, 2-1, on its home turf. Justin Barcoski earned the win by pitching 6 2/3 innings. Andrew Sicinski drove in both the Crusaders’ runs.

Archbishop Ryan beat Neumann-Goretti, 1-0, in the first round by scoring in the bottom of the seventh inning. Anthony Price had the game-winning hit after Hakim Salaam singled and advanced to second on a bunt. David Sims struck out seven in his complete-game win.

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Malvern Prep split a double-header at Delbarton High School in New Jersey. The Friars beat Pope John XXIII in the first game, 10-4, to earn their 29th win of the season. Cam Conley had two RBIs. Lonnie White and Charlie Andress each had two hits. Grant Burgess scored two runs, had an RBI and reached base in all of his plate appearances.

Delbarton beat Malvern Prep, 12-2, behind the pitching of Jack Leiter, a Vanderbilt recruit and the son of former big-league pitcher Al Leiter. Lonnie White had an RBI for the Friars.

Girls’ Track and Field

Germantown Academy won the PAISAA meet at Malvern Prep with 144.5 points. Friends’ Central finished second with 104 points.

Meaghan Toscano won the shot put and beat her own meet record she set last year with a 44-foot, 11-inch throw. Toscano also won the discus and beat the meet record of 123 feet, 7 inches she set last year with a 139-foot, 11-inch throw.

Moforehan Abinusawa won the 100-meter dash in 11.93 seconds to beat the meet record of 12.1 seconds set by Nazareth Academy’s Jordan Teuber in 2004.

Quartnei Brown won the pole vault, and her teammate Liliana Cohen placed second. Isabelle Goldstein won the 1,600 and the 3,200.

Boys’ Track and Field

The Hill School won the PAISAA meet with 96 points, beating second-place Haverford School’s 86.

Derek Schmaeling won the javelin with a 151-foot, 10-inch throw. Hill won the 4-x-400 in 43.5 seconds to earn another 10 points. Bennett Booth-Genthe won the 800 in 1:56.51.

Football

Frankford’s Jordan Price scored the go-ahead 2-point conversion with 45 seconds left in the fourth quarter as Public beat Non-Public, 14-13, in the 45th annual City All-Star Game at Northeast High School. Bartram quarterback Tarik Bey won the Public team’s Offensive MVP award. He completed nine of his 16 attempts for 106 yards, including a 28-yard touchdown pass to Imhotep’s Yusuf Terry in the second quarter. Terry had three catches for 49 yards.

Bey scored the touchdown before Price’s game-winning conversion. The Non-Public team reached the Public 41-yard line before running out of time to come back. Northeast’s Sebastian Benjamin won the Public Defensive MVP, and Central’s Charles Livingston won the Public Sportsmanship Award.

West Catholic’s Jacir Savoy won the Non-Public Offensive MVP Award. He had eight carries for 69 yards, including a 30-yard touchdown run. Archbishop Ryan’s Jahlil Sanders had a 40-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter. Penn Charter’s Ryan Maloney won the Non-Public Defensive MVP, and Bishop McDevitt’s Lawrence Richardson won the team’s Sportsmanship Award.