Lower Moreland

tennis coach Jeanette Housman has described her singles group as a "dream team."

The Lions' dream was

Scranton Prep

's nightmare in a 3-2 PIAA State Class AA quarterfinal yesterday at the Hershey Racquet Club.

Taylor Cohen, Samuel Harmatz and Drew Hoffman all swept their singles matches in straight sets.

Housman needed that, because Scranton Prep took both doubles matches.

The win propelled the Lions into today's semifinal against Wyomissing. The winner of that one will meet either Southern Lehigh or Sewickley Academy for the state title later today.

PIAA State Class AAA.

One of today's semifinals will be an all-District 1 affair, thanks to wins by

Council Rock North

and

Lower Merion

at Hershey Racquet Club.

The Indians nipped

Shady Side Academy

, 3-2, while Lower Merion beat

State College

, 3-2.

The Indians got a key win at second singles, where Lud Sudha topped Josh Ferraccio, 7-6 (7-1), 6-3. The Council Rock North first doubles team needed a second-set tie-breaker to secure their win.

Great Valley

advanced with a 3-2 win over District 11 champion

Parkland

as top singles player Mark Milbrandt won, 6-3, 6-2.

Boys' Lacrosse

La Salle

's 6-5 win over

St. Joseph's Prep

to win the Catholic League championship earned the Explorers an added bonus: a high seed in the Eastern Pennsylvania Scholastic Lacrosse Association playoffs.

La Salle (26-2) will either be a one or two seed. The Explorers currently are ranked No. 2 in the EPSLA coaches poll.

In the championship game before a large crowd at Plymouth Whitemarsh, the Explorers took a 3-0 lead but the Hawks rallied with four straight goals to go ahead, 4-3.

The first three La Salle goals were by Pete Schwartz, Conrad Ridgway and Westy Hopkins.

In the league's third-place game on Wednesday night,

Archbishop Wood

overwhelmed

Roman Catholic

, 18-7.

Nonleague.

Matt Dougherty scored four goals as

Conestoga

held off visiting

Penn Charter

, 14-12. Tanner Rogers scored the game-winning goal with 2 minutes, 13 seconds left to break a 12-12 tie.