It only seems that every time out Kaitlyn Dugan sets a long-jump record for the
girls' track and field team.
Dugan, who is bound for the University of New Hampshire, broke her own school record in that event for the second time this season yesterday in the Maidens' 121-28 Suburban One National Conference win over visiting Pennsbury.
Dugan's effort of 18 feet, 33/4 inches easily outdistanced Kelsey Lind (17-0) of Pennsbury, who finished second.
It was one of four events -long jump, triple jump, high jump and 200-meter dash - that Dugan won. Her previous school record in the long jump was 18-13/4, established one week ago in a 107-43 win over Pennridge.
Dana Kelleher was only an error away from pitching a brief perfect game for
Kelleher struck out six of the 10 batters she faced in a 15-0 Del-Val League win over visiting Penn Wood.
Public. Krystyn Smyth and Missy Maguire combined on a three-inning perfect game as host Philadelphia Academy Charter remained unbeaten with a 12-0 win over Philadelphia Electrical.
Taejha Vincent went 4 for 4 with three runs scored and two RBIs to key a 19-hit attack for host Bodine in a 17-0 win over Lamberton.
Satin Clarke went 3 for 3 with two triples and a home run for host West Philadelphia in its 13-5 win over Ben Franklin.
Ashley Robinson struck out 10 in pitching a five-inning no-hitter for Lincoln in a 20-0 win at Kensington.
Catholic North. Angel Bunner allowed just a seventh-inning run and two hits for Conwell-Egan in a 9-1 win at Archbishop Wood.
Inter-Ac. Devin McInterney's two-run triple in the sixth inning broke a tie and put host Springside ahead for good in a 5-4 win over Episcopal Academy.
Notre Dame has won three straight games since coming back from a 22-day break, the latest a 13-3 pounding of host Baldwin. Kerry Gibson pitched all seven innings, striking out nine.
Central. Amanda McCann's second-inning home run produced the only run host Upper Darby needed to beat visiting Springfield (Delaware County).
Elizabeth Dalrymple pitched a five-inning no-hitter for unbeaten Conestoga in a 13-0 win over visiting Lower Merion.
Suburban One Continental. Karen Strychowski was outstanding for the second consecutive day in pitching Central Bucks East to a key win. Strychowski pitched the final four innings of the Patriots' 1-0 win over visiting Norristown, outdueling Kristin Palmerio. She also scored the winning run on a sacrifice fly by Amanda Dunning in the bottom of the eighth after leading off with a double.
On Monday, Strychowski pitched all nine innings in the Patriots' 2-1 win at Nazareth Academy.
Ches-Mont. Caroline Raymond pitched a seven-inning no-hitter for host Downingtown West in its 8-1 win over Bishop Shanahan. Raymond struck out 14 and walked only one.
Bicentennial. Kelly Piell's grand slam in the third inning highlighted Morrisville's 15-3 win at Lower Moreland.
Catholic Academies. Erin Gallagher got the win on the mound and Mary Kate Gallagher went 3 for 4 to lead St. Basil to a 9-1 win over host Merion Mercy.
Nonleague. Sherelle Manley pitched a two-hitter and Iysha Raymond had two hits for host Girard College in an 11-3 win over Mercer Christian (N.J.).
Emily Feldmose pitched a one-hitter and went 4 for 4 to lead Perkiomen School to a 21-2 win at Renaissance Academy.
Host Oxford rallied for four runs in the bottom of the seventh to overcome Avon Grove, 4-3. Meghan Tait's two-run triple tied it and Raquel Squires scored Tait on a ground-ball RBI to win it.