West-Mont Christian

's Dave Kelley didn't let a little thing like a heart monitor stop him in a nonleague soccer game yesterday.

Kelley's heart started to race against Perkiomen School on Friday, so he was fitted with a monitor and was given permission to play against host Coventry Christian.

Kelley notched a hat trick and scored the game-winning goal with 6 minutes, 30 seconds left in the game and led the Wings (10-5-1) to a 4-3 victory. Kelley has 27 goals this season.

Coventry jumped out to a 3-2 lead, but Will Singer tied the game and set up Kelley's game-winner.

Clayton Carlson, Tim Tompkins, Evan Wisneski and Kyle DeLuca scored goals to lead Christian Academy to a 4-1 win over host Atlantic Christian.

Brendan Ryan went on a four-goal scoring barrage and led Marple Newtown past visiting Interboro, 7-2.

Bo Aller scored with 55 seconds left in the game to give Malvern Prep a 1-1 tie with Friends' Central.

Catholic. Mike Brennan's goal pulled St. Joseph's Prep into a 2-2 tie with host Father Judge as the Hawks saddled the Crusaders (10-0-1, 7-0-1) with the first blemish on their record.

Sean Dooley also scored for the Prep, while Darius Gblunee and Jim Mattock scored for Judge.

James Peden scored seven minutes into the second half as Archbishop Wood shaded visiting Conwell-Egan, 1-0.

James Geayea picked up a pair of goals and helped North Catholic beat visiting Bishop McDevitt, 6-0.

Roman Catholic used goals from Mark Colville, Joseph Brydges, Fran Vogelman and Nico Delgado to beat visiting Neumann-Goretti, 4-0.

Matt Vogel notched a hat trick and helped Cardinal O'Hara beat visiting West Catholic, 6-0.

Bob Marzullo exploded for four goals and lifted La Salle to a 6-0 win over visiting Kennedy-Kenrick.

Timmy Weglicki earned a hat trick and paced Archbishop Carroll in a 4-1 win over visiting Monsignor Bonner.

Central. Charles Howard, Zoncher Denis and Mohamed Sesay accounted for goals and gave Upper Darby a 3-0 win over visiting Ridley.

Eric Stahler and Jason Kass handled the scoring and lifted Lower Merion to a 2-0 win over host Conestoga.

Tom Puckette scored a goal and assisted on another to lift Radnor past host Springfield (Delaware County), 2-0.

Rich Crystle and Joe Cafferky each scored goals to boost Haverford High to a 2-0 win over visiting Penncrest.

Del-Val. Aaron Cubbage scored twice and handed host Academy Park a 3-0 win over first-place Penn Wood.

It was the first league win of the season for the Knights.

Dom Venuti scored the second of his two goals five minutes into overtime to lift Sun Valley to a 4-3 win over visiting Glen Mills.

Justin Livingston scored two goals for the Battling Bulls, including the tying goal with two minutes left in regulation.

Max Maguire collected two goals and paced Harriton to a 5-0 win over host Chichester.

Ches-Mont. Matt Dalphon scored a goal and assisted on another to lead Kennett to a 3-0 win over visiting Octorara.

Ben Ashby's goal for Bayard Rustin with seven minutes left in the first half produced a 1-1 tie with visiting Great Valley in a game called with 12 minutes left in the second half because of lightning.

Joe Crowley scored in the first half and Annie McSweeney tallied in the second half to give Unionville a 2-0 win over host Oxford.

Bicentennial. Nick Marques scored with 10 minutes left in regulation for Lower Moreland and the Lions played host Devon Prep to a 2-2 double-overtime tie.

Ian Smith and Matt Radomile scored for the Tide.

Calvary Christian spread the scoring around as it handled visiting Morrisville, 7-0.

Scoring for the Cougars were Josh Bausch, Luke Riddell, Phil Curry, Kevin Sweigard, Pat Cummings, Justin Sanchez and Aaron Waite.

Holy Ghost Prep got goals from Dan Affeldt and Jack Schmidt and got past visiting New Hope-Solebury, 2-0.

Owen Struck, Chris Sanford and Sam Negley picked up goals and boosted Phil-Mont Christian to a 3-0 win over host Plumstead Christian.

Friends Schools. Kyle Scott and Justin Wiggins found the range for George School and the Cougars beat visiting Westtown, 2-0.

Ben Gemberling-Johnson chipped in with a pair of goals for Germantown Friends in a 3-0 win over visiting Moorestown Friends (N.J.).

Jeff Gordon and Dan Mayernick provided the offense and led Shipley past visiting Friends Select, 2-1.

Christopher Hennigan scored the lone goal of the game and Abington Friends slipped past host Academy of the New Church, 1-0.

Tri-County. Youn Kim struck for two goals and an assist to spark Phelps to a 7-1 win over visiting Delaware Valley Friends.

Barrack Hebrew used goals by Joey Ben Maimon, Moar Assouline and Alex Moshal to rally from a 1-0 deficit and beat visiting Mercy Vocational, 1-0.

Ben Griffiths and Emanuel Janisch each scored twice and handed Kimberton Waldorf a 4-0 win over host Wyncote Academy.


Robbie Coyne of

Downingtown West

fired a 68 and took a 1-stroke lead into today's final of the District 1 tournament at Turtle Creek.

Coyne leads Matt Teesdale of Hatboro-Horsham by a stroke. The Hatters had the most golfers make the cut, with four playing in the final field of 31.

Lynda Kwan of North Penn and Erica Pellegrini of Garnet Valley are tied for the lead after shooting 74s at Raven's Claw and lead a field of 12 into the final at Turtle Creek.


Tyler Luff's eighth-place finish in 18 minutes, 58 seconds handed

Episcopal Academy

a 27-30 Inter-Ac League win over

Haverford School


Friends Schools. Patrick DeSavato turned in a winning time of 16:50 as Friends' Central beat George School, 20-39, in a league encounter, and downed Valley Forge, 18-40, in a nonleague race.

Valley Forge rallied to beat George School, 28-29.

Water Polo

Ted Bonus notched a hat trick to help

Penn Charter


Malvern Prep

, 13-9, in an Inter-Ac League game.